Disability is a modern category; early moderns eschewed euphemism here, employing a rich language of bodily defect, such as blear-eyed, lame, cripple, etc. Many surgical works address the kinds of injury or bodily abnormality we would consider disability.
There are 5 books tagged with this term.
|Last Name||First Name||Title Sort descending||Date|
|[author not specified]||A true relation of the wonderful cure of Mary Maillard||1694|
|[author not specified]||At Mr. Brett’s, an apothecary...||1700|
|Elmy||At the blew Ball in Haydon yard in the Little Minories, London, near the Tower…||1675|
|[author not specified]||At the blew ball in little Kerby street..||1680|
|Merry||Nathaniel||Evident satisfa[cti]on to the sick and lame; by Nath. Merry, student in physick…||1682|