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Author: Minderer, Raymund, 1570?-1621.
Title: Medicina militaris, or, A body of military medicines experimented by Raymundus Mindererus ... ; Englished out of High-Dutch.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Medicina militaris, or, A body of military medicines experimented by Raymundus Mindererus ... ; Englished out of High-Dutch.
Minderer, Raymund, 1570?-1621.

London: Printed by William Godbid, and are to be sold by Moses Pitt ..., 1674.
Alternate titles: Medicina militaris. English
Index: p. [1]-[12] at end.
Translation of Medicina militaris.
Previously issued as v. [3] of Paul Barbette's A complete treatise of chirurgery : containing the chirurgical and anatomical works, second edition. London : 1674. It was apparently also issued separately.
The German original was first published in Augsburg in 1620 under title: Medicina militaris, seu, Libellus castrensis ... id est : Gemaine Handstücklein zur Kriegs-Artzney gehèorig.
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Medicine, Military -- Early works to 1800.

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CHAP. I. Concerning the Morals of a Souldier.
CHAP. II. What care a Souldier is to take of his Body.
CHAP. III. Concerning the Physicians and Chi∣rurgions in an Army.
CHAP. IV. Of Fevers, Hungarian Distempers, Spot∣ted Fevers, and other Pestilential Di∣seases, as also of Hereditary Maladies, together with their Remedies.
CHAP. V. Of the Inflammation of the Tongue, its rise, and concomitants, together with the Remedies.
CHAP. VI. Of Fevers, Belly-aches, Tumors of the Belly, Yellow Jaundise and Distempers of the Liver.
CHAP. VII. Of all sorts of Fluxes; as also the Te∣nasmus, or vain endeavour of going to stool; and the Hemorrhoid or Riles, and Marisca's or sore Fundaments.
CHAP. VIII. Of Pestilential Boyls, Ulcers, Carbuncles, and other venomous Sores.
CHAP. IX. Of the Chirurgical means of staunching blood, of Wound-balsoms and plaisters, of Wound-drinks, and remedies for Burnings.
CHAP. X. Of several promiscuous Medical Practises, for the Service of the honest Souldier.