|Title:||A nevv dispensatory of fourty physicall receipts.: Most necessary and profitable for all house-keepers in their families. Besides three other pleasant arts fit for young gentlemen. / Published by Salvatore Winter of Naples, an expert operator.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A nevv dispensatory of fourty physicall receipts.: Most necessary and profitable for all house-keepers in their families. Besides three other pleasant arts fit for young gentlemen. / Published by Salvatore Winter of Naples, an expert operator.
London: [s.n.], Printed in the year, 1649.
To the Reader.
The Contents of this Book.
A NEW DISPENSATORY OF Fourty Physical Receipts.
I. A salve for all Sores.
II. For a Pinn and Web, and Pearl in the Eye.
III. A special water for sore Eyes.
IV. For Deafness in mans Ears.
V. For the Toothache.
VI. To make Teeth white.
VII. A precious Water for the Pestilence.
VIII. For the Palsey.
IX. A comfortable Broth for a sick body.
X. To heal a cut or fresh wound.
XI. A Medicine for the Squinsie.
XII. For the Jandis.
XIII. For the swelling of the Legs.
XIV. To break a cake in a Womans belly that cometh with sorrow.
XV. For the bloody Flux.
XVI. To cause one to make water if it be stopt.
XVII. For the Piles.
XVIII. For the Itch.
XIX. For the Plurisie.
XX. For spitting of blood by breaking a vein in the breast.
XXI. For the Scrophulus, called the Kings Evill.
XXII. Against all maner of Pestilence or Plague.
XXIII. To make a Carbuncle, or any other botch to break.
XXIV. For worms in Children.
XXV. For an Ague.
XXVI. For the Falling-sickness.
XXVII. For a Stitch.
XXVIII. For a sore Throat.
XXIX. For a scald with fire or hot liquor.
XXX. If a Childs water be stopt.
XXXI. Children stuft with cold and flegm.
XXXII. To ease the pain and swelling of the Gout.
XXXIII. For a Tympany.
XXXIV. For an Earwig in the Ear.
XXXV. For the bleeding of the Fundament.
XXXVI. For the Green-sickness.
XXXVII. For the Convulsion fits in young Children.
XXXVIII. A Dyet drink to cure the French Pox in a short time without much sweating.
XXXIX. The Pills for the same to be used after the drink.
XL. To Dye Hair black.
To make a mixt stone, which being spit upon maketh fire.
To make two waters, they being mingled together will become like, good to take away the spots and freckles in the face.
To make a bullet to hit all marks, yea to kill a bird flying in the air.