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Author: See, Thomas, fl. 1665.
Title: A discourse concerning the sovereign internal balsom: wherein is intimated the ingredients, and method of its preparation; and a satisfactory account given of its great virtue, efficacy, and usefulnesse. With the manner of taking it, for the cure, and prevention of most diseases incident to humane bodies. By Thomas See, physitian. With allowance.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A discourse concerning the sovereign internal balsom: wherein is intimated the ingredients, and method of its preparation; and a satisfactory account given of its great virtue, efficacy, and usefulnesse. With the manner of taking it, for the cure, and prevention of most diseases incident to humane bodies. By Thomas See, physitian. With allowance.
See, Thomas, fl. 1665.

London: printed by Thomas Mabb, for Henry Ev[ersden], at the Grey-Hound in St. Pauls Church yard, [1665]
Subject terms:
Medicine
Medicine, Popular
Patent medicines
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92873.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Ingenious, Thomas See Physitian, upon his Sovereign Internal BALSOME.
To the Learned and Industrious, Doctor Thomas See, con∣cerning his Sovereign Internal BALSOME.
A Satisfactory Discourse, Concerning the Sovereign Internal BALSOME OF Thomas See of London, Physitian.