|Author:||Joannes Baptista Guardano Lodovico puncto.|
|Title:||The skilfull mountebanke. Or, Come, and I'le cure you. It hath not so much power as patience, yet 'tis a playster for all sores. By Ioannes Baptista Guardano Lodovico puncto. A Frenchified Italian, and borne in Bucklersberry.|
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The skilfull mountebanke. Or, Come, and I'le cure you. It hath not so much power as patience, yet 'tis a playster for all sores. By Ioannes Baptista Guardano Lodovico puncto. A Frenchified Italian, and borne in Bucklersberry.
Joannes Baptista Guardano Lodovico puncto.
London: Printed by I[ohn] O[kes] for Thomas Lambert and are to bee sold at his shop neere the hospitall gate in Smithfield, at the signe of the Horse-shooe, 1638.
|Alternate titles:||Skilfull mountebanke Come, and I'le cure you.|
Joannes Baptista Guardano Lodovico puncto is a pseudonym.
Partly in verse.
Printer's name from STC.
The first leaf is blank.
Reproduction of a photostat of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
England -- Social life and customs -- Early works to 1800.
The Names of the Cures.
The Skilfull Mountebanke.
If any man be troubled with Melancholy, let him take this following Medicine.
If any Mayden bee sicke of a Timpany, let her repaire to my Medicine, which is here set downe.
A Cure for the Greene-Sicknesse.
If any mans Estate be troubled with the Falling Sicknesse, let him hearken to mee.
If any marryed man bee troubled with a a paine in the Fore-head, let him looke out, for I have a Medicine for him.