A book of knovvledge in three parts. The first, containing a brief introduction to astrology…
A book of knovvledge in three parts. The first, containing a brief introduction to astrology, shewing the nature, qualitie, and effects of the twelve signs, and seven planets; their dominion over bodies, with the fortunes of those calculated, who are born under them, als 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 rules of arithmatick, very plain and easie. The third, the country-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 Sam. Strangehopes.
London : printed for S. Tyus, at the three Bibles on London Bridge, 1665.