Medicatrix, or The woman-physician: vindicating Thomas O’Dowde, a chymical physician, and royal licentiate; and…
Medicatrix, or The woman-physician: vindicating Thomas O’Dowde, a chymical physician, and royal licentiate; and chymistry, against the calumnies and abusive reflections of Henry Stubbe a physician at Warwick. Stubbe in nomination with Cicero. A recital of some publications Mr. Stubbe makes in his own life. His malice against ingenious scrutinies, and the advantage thereof. The life of Mr. O Dowde: his promotion of the chymical society: his noble acquirements in medicine: his practice in the last great plague, and death therein. The second part. The authors opinion o learning; the abuse of the same, Mr. Stubb’s projects and design, only his interest, not the benefit of the sick. Phlebotomy he so much commands in the small pox. Pleurisie, scurvy, fevers, &c. Condemned and rejected. A medicinal challenge to Mr. Stubbe, proffering by experiment to confute his avo in phlebotomy. And to cure by chymical medicines, the gout, stone, agnes, dropsies, falling-sickness, consumptions, griping of the cuts, venereal lues or Ilmal Francose, &c. and those chymical remedies, with an advertisement thereof Written by M. Trye the daughter of Mr. O Dowde.
London : Printed by T.R. & N.T., and sold by Henry Broome, at the gun at the west end of St.Pauls, and John Leete at chancery-lane end next fleet-street,1675., 1675.