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Author: Heyden, Hermann van der, 1572-ca. 1650.
Title: Speedy help for rich and poor.: or, certain physicall discourses touching the vertue of whey, in the cure of the griping flux of the belly, and of the dysentery. Of cold water, in the cure of the gout, and green-wounds. Of wine-vineger, in the preservation from, and cure of the plague, and other pestilential diseases: as also in the prevention of the hydrophobia, or dread of water, caused by the biting of a mad dog. &c. Written in Latine by Hermannus Vander Heyden, a physician of Gaunt.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Speedy help for rich and poor.: or, certain physicall discourses touching the vertue of whey, in the cure of the griping flux of the belly, and of the dysentery. Of cold water, in the cure of the gout, and green-wounds. Of wine-vineger, in the preservation from, and cure of the plague, and other pestilential diseases: as also in the prevention of the hydrophobia, or dread of water, caused by the biting of a mad dog. &c. Written in Latine by Hermannus Vander Heyden, a physician of Gaunt.
Heyden, Hermann van der, 1572-ca. 1650.

London: Printed by James Young, for O.P. and are to be sold by John Saywell, at his shop, at the sign of the Greyhound in little Britain without Aldersgate, 1653.
Subject terms:
Medicine
Diseases
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95997.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE To the READER.
CLARISSIMO Expertissimoque Viro, D. HERMANNO Vander HEYDEN, Primario Gandavensium Me∣dico, Sibi coaetaneo, gra∣tulatur JOANNES STƲLLIƲS, Corteracensium Medicus.
A TABLE Of such Principal Things as are contained in these Five following DISCOURSES.
THE FIRST DISCOURSE: Wherein is treated of the Excellent Vertue of WHEY, in the Dysentery, and the Griping Flux of the Belly.
THE SECOND DISCOURSE: Of the Disease, called by Physitians, CHOLERA: And of the onely Cure thereof.
THE THIRD DISCOURSE Wherein the most Excellent, and Incredible Effects of COLD WATER, as well taken In∣wardly, as applied Outwardly, are declared: and its won∣derful Vertue in curing of Wounds is set forth.
THE FOURTH DISCOURSE: Wherein is treated of the Won∣derfull Efficacy of Wine-Vi∣neger, in all Poysonous, and Pestilential Diseases; and especially in the Preserving from, and Curing of the Plague, together with other Necessaries thereunto required.
A Preservative against the Plague.
THE FIFTH DISCOURSE: Wherein is treated, concerning those Epidemial Diseases, and their Symptomes, that in Maritime parts which are commonly called in Dutch, Polders, do infest the Inha∣bitants, but more especially Strangers, that had before been unaccustomed to this Malignant Aire: and where are set down also the best Pre∣servatives against the said Diseases.
The Approbation of the Book.