The rationall physitian's library

Publication Date1661
RemainderContaining these most excellent books following; in that order they ought to be read and studied. 1. vol. Of natural phylosophy; Or the nature of all things in the world. 2. vol. Of anatomy; or, Descriptions of the body of man. First, briefly. Secondly, more largely, fitted for physick. 3. vol. Of the institutes; or, Speculative part of physick. ... 7. vol. The London dispensatory with the vertues of all the medicines therein. And the English physitian, or, Herbal. To which may be added, for further helps. 1. Medicaments for th poor. 2. Health for rich and poor, by diet without physick. 3. Galen's art of physick. 4. A directory for midwives, or, A guide for women. 5. A treatise of the rickets. 6. A new method of studying and practising physick. Partly collected out of the best authors, in the world; either in Greek, Arabick, or Latin: and partly from Dr. reason, and experience in forty nine years practice of physick, and above thirty years travel. And now published for publick good. By Abdiah Cole, doctor of physick. W. R. And Nich. Culpeper, physitian and astrologer
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Publisherprinted by Peter Cole and Edward Cole, printers and book-sellers, at the sign of the Printing-press in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange


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