The catholic medicine, and soverain healer

Publication Date1684
RemainderRectifying and assisting the depraved functions, of infirm and diseased bodies; for reducing and curing, in all cases. Enabling thereby to digest, expectorate, transpire, open, dissolve, discuss, evacuate, cleanse, purifie, allay, ease, heal, strengthen, and restore; the decayed parts, of unsound and distempered bodies. Confirm'd by demonstrations of fact; in eminent cases performed. Communicated to the world, as the most happy, comprehensive, expedient; preventive and curative; against the diseases of humane nature. By a strict examiner of medical art.
Extent18 p.
Publisherprinted by J. Gain; for R. Horn at the South Entrance of the Royal Exchange: T. Basset, at the George in Fleet-street: and C. Blount at Charing-Cross: booksellers



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