Culpeper's last legacy

Publication Date1677
Remainderleft and bequeathed to his dearest wife, for the publick good. Being the choycest and most profitable of those secrets which while he lived were lockt up in his breast, and resolved never to be publish'd till after his death. Containing sundry admirable experiences in several sciences, more especially in chirurgery, and physick: viz. compounding of medicines, making of waters, syrups, oyls, electuaries, conserves, salts, pills, purges and trochischs. With two particular treatises the one of fevers, the other of pestilence: as also rare and choyce aphorisms and receipts, fitted to the understanding of the meanest capacities. With an addition of two hundred choyce receipts, lately found, never publish'd before in any of his other works; and a compleat table. The fifth impression; whereunto is added An exact and perfect treatise of anatomy of the reins and bladder, brain and nerves of all the parts of the body, never published before this year 1677. By Nicholas Culpeper Gent. student in astrology physick
Extent[8], 176, 179-276, [16], 60, [18] p., [1] leaf of plates
Publisherprinted for Obadiah Blagrave at the Sign of the Bear in St. Paul's Church Yard, near the Little North Door



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