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Author: Morgan, Shinkin ap.
Title: The VVelsh physitian,: her new way to cure all kind of disease in her churches and common-wealths. 1. Her undertakes to cure perfectly all diseases in her she-cousens. 2. Her will undertake to make all omens that are barrons be as pig as her can tumble in two or three nights. 3. Her professes to restore her cosens maiden-heads, and virginities in a small space, and with much facilities. ... /
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The VVelsh physitian,: her new way to cure all kind of disease in her churches and common-wealths. 1. Her undertakes to cure perfectly all diseases in her she-cousens. 2. Her will undertake to make all omens that are barrons be as pig as her can tumble in two or three nights. 3. Her professes to restore her cosens maiden-heads, and virginities in a small space, and with much facilities. ... /
Morgan, Shinkin ap.

[London: s.n.], Printed for the good of her countrey-men, this present year, 1647.
Alternate titles: Welsh physitian, her new way to cure all kind of disease in her churches and common-wealths
Subject terms:
Welsh
Wales -- Foreign public opinion
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96204.0001.001

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The Welsh-Physitian. Her new way to cure all Diseases in Church and Common-wealth.
The last VVill and Testament of Tho∣mas up Shinkin, up Morgan, up Howell, up Ralph, up Shon, up Taffie, Shentileman of Wales, which her was write and publish fifteen tayes after her teath.