A worthy treatise of the eyes; contayning the knowledge and cure of one hundred and…
A worthy treatise of the eyes; contayning the knowledge and cure of one hundred and thirtene diseases, incident vnto them: first gathered & written in French, by Iacques Guillemeau, chyrurgion to the French King, and now translated into English, togeather with a profitable treatise of the scorbie; & another of the cancer by A.H. Also next to the treatise of the eies is adoiyned a work touching the preseruation of the sight, set forth by VV. Bailey. D. of Phisick
Imprinted at London : By Felix Kyngston, for Thomas Man, dwelling in Pater-noster-row, at the signe of the Talbot, 1622.
"Traité des maladies de l'oeuil" by Guillemeau; Includes "A discourse of the scorby", translated from "Medicarum observationum rararum" by Johann Weyer; and "Of the nature and diuers kindes of cancers or cankers", translated from "De cancri natura et curatione" by Benoît Textor