Medicaments for the poor; or, Physick for the common people. [electronic resource] : Containing, excellent remedies for most common diseases, incident to mans body; made of such things as are common to be had in almost every country in the world: and are made with little art, and small charge. This book is of admirable use for, 1. Purging medicines, for choler, flegm, melancholly, or watry [sic] humors. ... 20. Or in dissolved unity. Hereunto is added an excellent book, called Health for rich and poor, by diet without physick. / By Nich. Culpeper, student in physick and astrology.

Author
Prevost, Jean, 1585-1631 [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
The 2nd ed.
Published/​Created
London : Printed by Peter Cole ..., 1662.
Description
[23], 388, [5], 41 p.

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Summary note
eebo-0115
Notes
  • Translation of Prevost's Medicina pauperum, with the addition of Culpeper's Health for the rich and poor; first appeared in English as: Two books of physick.
  • Pt. 2 has separate pagination and special t.p.: Health for the rich and poor, by dyet, without physick. / by Nich. Culpeper ... Edinburgh : Printed by a Society of Stationers, 1665.
  • Includes: Mris. Culpepers information, vindication, and testimony, concerning her husbands books to be published after his death.
  • Imperfect: tightly bound with some loss of text.
  • Reproduction of original in: John Crerar Library.
References
Wing (2nd ed.) P3325
Other title(s)
  • Health for the rich and poor by diet, without physick.
  • Mrs. Culpepers information, vindication, and testimony, concerning her husbands books to be published after his death.
OCLC
53299215
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