A direct method of ordering and curing people of that loathsome disease, the small-pox…
A direct method of ordering and curing people of that loathsome disease, the small-pox, teaching the common sort of people (to whom the care of the sick is for the most part committed) how to go thorow their business, with much more safety, ease, speed, and certainty tha hath been hitherto commonly known. As also how to prevent the usual deformity of marks and scars, with the most usual names of such remedies as are necessary to be made use of; with their dose, and the manner of applying them. All made plain to the meanest capacity: for the benefit of all, but especially the poor. Being the twenty years practical experience and observations of John Lamport, alias Lampard, practitioner in chyrurgery and physick. Errata. Page 5. l.4. for or vitriol, r. of vitriol. p. 28. l.3. I cure.
London : printed by J. Gain, for the author, and are to be sold by Samuel Crouch at the Flower-de-luce, at the entrance of Popes-head Alley in Cornhill, 1685.