A book of knowledge. In three parts. The first, containing a brief introduction to astrology…
A book of knowledge. In three parts. The first, containing a brief introduction to astrology, shewing the nature, quality, and effects of the twelve signs, and seven planets, their dominion over bodies, with the fortunes of those calculated, who are born under them, also a delightful wheel of fortune. The second, a treatise of physick, the anatomy of mans body, the diseases incident to the body of man: rules and receipts for the curing of them; also rules for sweating, bathing, conserving, and preserving, and the way to make cordial-waters. Also the principal rule of arithmetick, very plain and easie. The third, the countrey-mans guide to good-husbandry: rules for setting and planting of orchards, gardens, and woods; also rare receipts for curing diseases in horses, sheep, cows, and oxen; also an almanack for ever, and other variety of inventions, very profitable and advantagious. Composed by Samuel Strangehopes.
London : printed by G[eorge]. P[urslowe]. for T. Passinger, at the three Bibles, on London-bridge, 1675.