Herbs Thapeutic Use Early Works To 1800 : The physitian's library : containing all the works of the most famous physitians following, viz. Dan. Sennertus. Laz. Riverius. Fel. Platerus. Tho. Bartholinus. Joh. Riolanus. Joh. Veslingus. Joh. Johnston. Nich. Culpeper. Mart. Ruland. Zacut. Lusitanus. Wil. Rnd. Joh. Fernelius & Abdiah Cole. All which are of excellent use for rational persons; especially for all chyrurgeons at sea in his Most Royal Majesties ships; and all others that are on trading voyages, for the advancement of the wealth and honor of his kingdoms.
Herbs Therapeutic Use England Early Works To 1800 : The English physitian enlarged; : with three hundred, sixty and nine medicines, made of English herbs that were not in any impression until this. : Being an astrologo-physical discourse of the vulgar herbs of this nation; containing a compleat method of physick, whereby a man may preserve his body in health, or cure himself, being sick, for three pence charge, with such things only as grow in England, they being most fit for English bodies. : Herein is also shewed these seven things, viz. 1. The way of making plaisters, oyntments, oyls, pultisses, syrups, decoctions, juleps or waters, of all sorts of physical herbs, that you may have them ready for your use at all times of the year. 2. What planet governeth every herb or tree (used in physick) that groweth in England. 3. The time of gathering all herbs, both vulgarly and astrologically. 4. The way of drying and keeping the herbs all the year. 5. The way of keeping their juyces ready for use at all times. 6. The way of making and keeping all kind of useful compounds made of herbs. 7. The way of mixing medicines according to cause and mixture of disease, and part of the body afflicted. / By Nich. Culpepper ...; Culpeper, Nicholas,
Herbs Therapeutic Uses Early Works To 1800 : The ladies dispensatory, : containing the natures, vertues, and qualities of all herbs, and simples usefull in physick. Reduced into a methodicall order, for their more ready use in any sicknesse, or other accident of the body. The like never published in English. With an alphabeticall table of all the vertues of each herb, and simple.; Sowerby, Leonard.
Hercules Roman Mythology : The destruction of Troy. The second book : wherein is contained the prowess of the valiant Hercules : with his marvellous deeds, wonderful works, and of his death.; Lefèvre, Raoul,