A-la-mode phlebotomy no good fashion: or, The copy of a letter to Dr…
A-la-mode phlebotomy no good fashion: or, The copy of a letter to Dr. Hungerford; complaining of, and instancing in the phantastick behaviour and unfair dealing of some London physitians when they come to be consulted withal about sick persons living at a distance from the in the country. Whereupon a fit occasion is taken to discourse of the profuse way of blood:letting [sic] formerly unheard of, though now adays so mightily in request amongst vs here in England. By Richard Griffith of Richmond in Surrey. M.D. Formerly fellow of University Coll. in Oxon, and now fellow of the Coll. of Physitians of London.
London : printed by T.B. for Joseph Hindmash, at the Black Bull in Cornhill, 1681.