The warming-stone

Publication Date1670
Remainderfirst found out by Sir Richard Carew, Baronet, who was himself cured of several distempers by it; and by the use thereof cured many thousands in the west; and since experienced thirty and five years for the cure of all colds, fluxes, collicks, aches, numness, and all other outward pains and distempers, and to restore natural heat in aged and weak persons. And of excellent use for those that sit in studies, shops, churches, &c. and for those who on ship-board, or other places cannot conveniently have the use of fire. And also the names of several persons cured, and such as have found benefit thereby. Formerly sold by John Bartlet bookseller: and now onely to be had at the shop of Thomas Rooks stationer, who lived before the fire at the Lamb and Inkbottle at the East-end of S. Paul's church, near the school; now in Gresham Colledg, next the stairs, entering upon the Exchange, near Bishopsgate-street
Extent16 p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for Thomas Rooks, in Gresham Colledg, next the stairs, entering upon the Exchange, near Bishopsgate-street; who makes and sells the best ink for records

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