A character of a true physician; or A true chymist compared with a goose-quill…
A character of a true physician; or A true chymist compared with a goose-quill pedant. With a short view of the frauds and abuses in physick, committed by the confederate prescribing doctoral methodists, with their combinators the apothecaries: that is to say, such apothecaries only as debase themselves to truck and truckle under him in his dull method, to the extream abuse and hazard of their patients. Being a vindication of such physicians as follow not their method, but make and administer their own medicines, being the honestest, safest, cheapest, and speediest way of practice, both for physician and patient. By R. Fletcher, a true Englishman.
London : printed for the author, 1676.