London's mortality, from which, good Lord deliver us

Publication Date1665
RemainderOr, Mr. Baxters precious antidote, for cure of the pestilence; with a soveraign balm, answerable to the cause of our present disease, contrary to the natural causes of physicians, touching the infection of the aire. With rules prescribed to be used in all families, for stopping the chariot-wheel of destruction, by the nail of repentance, also, the number that dies weekly, both in city and suburbs, and the parishes clear and infected. With choice receipts for the prevention and cureing of the plague; as, 1. The excellent receipt of a royal prince for the plague. 2. A posset-drink, whereby Secretary Naunton removed the said pest from his heart. 3. A drink for the plague, prepared by the Lord Bacon, & approved by Queen Elizabeth, and Queen Ann. 4. A soveraigne medicine for the plague, formerly given by the Queen to the Right Honourable the Lord Major. With divers other excellent receipts of many learned doctors, very fit and useful for these sad and contagious times.
Extent[2], 6 p.
PublisherPrinted for George Horton, living near the Three Crowns, in Barbican


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