Title: Medicina magica tamen physica: magical, but natural physick. Or A methodical tractate of diastatical physick. Containing the general cures of all infirmities: and of the most radical, fixed, and malignant diseases belonging, not only to the body of man, but to all other animal and domestick creatures whatsoever, and that by way of transplantation. With a description of a most excellent cordial out of gold, much to be estimated.
Author: Boulton, Samuel.
Publication Info: London, : Printed by T.C. for N. Brook, at the Angel in Cornhil, 1656.
subjects: [Diseases -- Early works to 1800] [Medicine -- Early works to 1800] [Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800] [Veterinary medicine -- Early works to 1800] [Quacks and quackery -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The fool and the knave uncas'd or A true narrative of the abominable cheats of Vincent & Collins, two Domincan friers [sic] living in London.
Publication Info: [London? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1678.
subjects: [Quacks and quackery -- London (England) -- 17th century. ] [Swindlers and swindling -- Religious aspects -- 17th century. ]
Title: Jones of Hatton-Garden, his book of cures this book dated April the eighteenth, 1673.
Author: Jones, of Hatton-Garden.
Publication Info: [London : s.n., 1673]
subjects: [Medicine -- England -- 15th-18th centuries] [Advertising -- Medecine -- England] [Quacks and quackery -- England]
Title: Jones of Hatton-Garden, two doors from the sign of the New-Hole in the Wall, his book of cures
Author: Jones, of Hatton-Garden.
Publication Info: [London : s.n., 1674?]
subjects: [Medicine -- England -- 15th-18th centuries] [Advertising -- Medicine -- England] [Quacks and quackery -- England]
Title: The anatomyes of the true physition, and counterfeit mounte-banke wherein both of them, are graphically described, and set out in their right, and orient colours. Published in Latin by Iohn Oberndorff, a learned German: and translated into English by F.H. fellow of the Coll. of Physitions in London. Hereunto is annexed: A short discourse, or, Discouery of certaine stratagems, whereby our London-empericks, haue bene obserued strongly to oppugne, and oft times to expugne their poore patients purses.
Author: Oberndorf, Johann.
Publication Info: London : Printed [By T. Creede] for Arthur Iohnson, and are to be sold at his shop in Powles Church-yard, at the signe of the Flower de Luce and the Crowne, 1602.
subjects: [Medical ethics -- Early works to 1800] [Quacks and quackery -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A new fairing for the merrily disposed:, or, The comical history of the famous Merry Andrew.: W. Phill---. ; Giving an account of his pleasant humours, various adventures, cheats, frolicks, & cunning designs both in city and country.
Author: Phillips, William.
Publication Info: London : Printed by J. Wallis, and sold by most book-sellers, 1688.
subjects: [Quacks and quackery -- England] [Fairs -- England] [England -- Social life and customs]
Title: Popular errours.: Or the errours of the people in physick, first written in Latine by the learned physitian James Primrose Doctor in Physick. Divided into foure bookes. viz. 1. The first treating concerning physicians. 2. The second of the errours about some diseases, and the knowledge of them. 3. The third of the errours about the diet; as well of the sound as of the sick. 4. The fourth of the errours of the people about the use of remedies. Profitable and necessary to be read of all. To which is added by the same authour his verdict concerning the antimoniall cuppe. Translated into English by Robert Wittie Doctor in Physick.
Author: Primerose, James, ca. 1598-1659.
Publication Info: London : Printed by W. Wilson for Nicholas Bourne, at the south-entrance of the Royall Exchange, 1651.
subjects: [Medicine] [Quacks and quackery] [Medical misconceptions]
Title: Newes out of the west, or, The character of a mountebank being a discourse betweene Hodge Leather-Pelch, and Tym Hob-Nayle, Sir Harry-Hart-Hole their land-lord, and his friend Sir Clement Councell : also of their travels from Taunton to London, their arrivall at their physitians pallace, the description of it, his sick and brain-sick followers, person and family, with a full relation of the medicines hee commonly administers, their operation and danger represented by them : also a relation of their abuses now suffered and fomented by authority, with a remedy set down, to the encouragement of physitians, illustration of the honour'd art and generall good of the Re-publicque
Author: Well willer to physick and chirurgerie and deplorer of the now too common neglect of them.
Publication Info: [London : s.n.], 1647.
subject: [Quacks and quackery -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800]