Advertisement...long expected and useful book, entituled, Physical receipts
Advertisement. There is just now publish’d, that long expected and useful book, entituled, Physical receipts: or, The new English physician. Coutaining [sic], admirable and approved remedies, for several of the most usual diseases: as aches and lameness in the body, joynts, limbs and bones, apoplexy, agues, and fevers; to stop bleeding, inwardly or outwardly; stinking or short breath, back, breast, and belly infirmities, barrenness in men or women, bruises, or congeal’d blood, &c. Burnings, or scaldings, coughs, consumption, childrens infirmities, cholick, dropsie, deafness, sore eyes, fluxes, French pox, gout, green sickness. With abundance of other diseases (too many to be mention’d here, but may be seen in the book) incident to the bodies of men, women and children, &c. Price stitcht six pence. Fitted to the meanest capacity. By N. Culpepper.
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London : printed for Tho. Howkins, in the George-Yard, in Lombard-street, 1690.