|Author:||Newton, Thomas, 1542?-1607.|
|Title:||The olde mans dietarie A worke no lesse learned then necessary for the preseruation of olde persons in perfect health and soundnesse. Englished out of Latine, and now first published by Thomas Newton.|
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|Print source:||The olde mans dietarie A worke no lesse learned then necessary for the preseruation of olde persons in perfect health and soundnesse. Englished out of Latine, and now first published by Thomas Newton.
Newton, Thomas, 1542?-1607.
Imprinted at London: [By G. Robinson] for Edward White, dwelling at the little north-doore of Sainct Paules Church, at the signe of the Gun, 1586.
Aged -- Early works to 1800.
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