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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]
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Title: The arraignment of vrines vvherein are set downe the manifold errors and abuses of ignorant vrine-mongring empirickes, cozening quacksaluers, women-physitians, and the like stuffe ... Collected and gathered as well out of the most ancient, as the moderne and late physitians of our time: and written first in the Latine tongue, and diuided into three bookes by Peter Forrest D. in Physicke ... And for the benefit of our British nations newly epitomized, and translated into our English tongue by Iames Hart Dr. of the foresaid faculty, and residing in the towne of Northampton.
Author: Foreest, Pieter van, 1522-1597.
Publication Info: London : Printed by G. Eld for Robert Mylbourne, and are to be sold at his shop at the great south doore of Pauls, 1623.
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Title: Launæus redivivus: or, A true narrative of the admirable effects of Delaun's pill that ancient & excellant Galenick medicine, approved of, and sold for above fifty years, in Black-Fryers, now newly reviv'd, and exposed to sale, at the signe of Delaun's Head there, for the good of all, by especially the poor, whose purses reach not to whole boxes or bottles of physick. For, the patient is not now obliged to expend above six pence to prove the operation of this peerless pill; one being a sufficient dose for most constitutions: yet is above twice as costly, and but half the purchase of any other. With some reflexions on the danger of mercurial medicines, practis'd and invented by ignorant and impudent empericks. As also, a short discourse and description of the scurvy, dropsie, venereal, and other distempers. By Nathaniel Lomax, student in physick.
Author: Lomax, Nathaniel.
Publication Info: [London] : printed by J.C. for the author, 1675.
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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]
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Title: The quacks academy; or The dunce's directory A new art to cross the old proverb, and make a man fool and physician both at a time. Discovering the several methods whereby so many ignorant pretenders obtain repute and practice. With allowance.
Publication Info: London : printed for A.B., MDCLXXVIII. [1678]
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Title: Translated out of French. All honor and glory be given unto God alone, from whom we have all understanding, art, wisdome, and knowledge Hereafter followeth the great and miraculous vertue and operation of, the Pietra Celesta, or Celestiall stone, and the efficacy thereof.
Publication Info: [London] : And are to be sold by John Armenio, a Persian, in the Long Walk, between Christ-Church and Little Bartholomewes, 1658.
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