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Medical writing tells us a great deal about how the language of science has developed in constructing and communicating knowledge in English. This volume provides a new perspective on the evolution of the special language of medicine, based on the electronic corpus of Early Modern English Medical Texts, containing over two million words of medical writing from 1500 to 1700. The book presents results from large-scale empirical research on the new materials and provides a more detailed and diversified picture of domain-specific developments than any previous book. Three introductory chapters provide the sociohistorical, disciplinary and textual frame for nine empirical studies, which address a range of key issues in a wide variety of medical genres from fresh angles. The book is useful for researchers and students within several fields, including the development of special languages, genre and register analysis, (historical) corpus linguistics, historical pragmatics, and medical and cultural history.

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'This volume casts new light on the evolution of English as the language of medicine, with data originating from the two-million word corpus of Early Modern English Medical Texts (EMEMT) for the period 1500–1700.'

Source: L'Analisi Linguistica E Letteraria

'… valuable conclusions about medical culture … four appendices of raw data, stance markers, and a list of texts in the corpus; a very useful bibliography of primary and secondary sources follows.'

Source: Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

'This is a well-formed piece of research and opens up new avenues for the intratextual analysis of medical recipes.'

Javier Pérez-Guerra Source: Journal of English Language and Linguistics

'… brings together the scholarship of both medical historians and historical linguists … provides multiple applications as a foundation to build upon and a research model for teachers of historical linguistics, and some applications as reference material for instructors of the History of the English Language.'

Christina Francis Source: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching (SMART)

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Bibliography
Primary sources
Texts in the corpus of Early Modern English Medical Texts (EMEMT) preliminary version
The Antidotharius (1530).
,Aristoteles Master-Piece (1684). Aristoteles Master-Piece or the Secrets of Generation Displayed in all the Parts thereof …London: J. How.
Bailey, Walter (1588) A Short Discourse of the Three Kindes of Peppers in Common Use, and Certaine Special Medicines Made of the Same, Tending to the Preseruation of health, [London?: Eliot's Court Press?] Facsimile edition 1972: The English Experience No. 425, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Banister, John (1575) A Needefvll, New, and Necessarie Treatise of Chyrurgerie, Briefly Comprehending the Generall and Particuler Curation of Vlcers, Drawen Foorth of Sundrie Worthy Wryters, but especially of Antonius Calmeteus Vergesatus, and Ioannes Tagaltius, by Iohn Banister Gent. Practiser in Physicke and Chyrurgerie. Hereunto is Annexed Certaine Experimentes of mine Ovvne Inuention, Truely Tried, and Daily of me Practised, London: Thomas Marshe. Facsimile edition 1971: The English Experience No. 350, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Biggs, Noah (1651) Mataeotechnia Medicinae Praxeos. The Vanity of the Craft of Physick. Or, a New Dispensatory, London: Giles Calvert.
Blagrave, Joseph (1671) Blagrave's Astrological Practice of Physick Discovering, the True Way to Cure all Kinds of Diseases and Infirmities which are Naturally Incident to the Body of Man …London: S. G. and B. G. for Obad. Blagrav.
Bonham, Thomas (1630) The Chyrvrgians Closet: Or, an Antidotarie Chyrurgicall… London: George Miller for Edvvard Brevvster. Facsimile edition 1968: The English Experience No. 31, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Boorde, Andrew (1547) The Breuiary of Helthe, for all Maner of Syckenesses and Diseases the Whiche may be in Man, or Woman doth Folowe. Expressynge the Obscure Termes of Greke, Araby, Latyn, and Barbary. in to Englysh Concerning Phisicke and Chierurgye Compyled by Andrewe Boord of Phisicke Doctour an Englysh Man, London: Wyllyam Myddelton. Facsimile edition 1971: The English Experience No. 362, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Bradwell, Stephen (1636) Physick for the Sicknesse, Commonly Called the Plagve. With all the Particular Signes and Symptoms, Whereof the Most are too Ignorant. Collected, out of the Choycest Authors, and Confirmed with Good Experience; for the Benefit and Preservation of all, both Rich and Poore, London: Beniamin Fisher. Facsimile edition 1977: The English Experience No. 852, Amsterdam and Norwood: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Walter J. Johnson.
Brasbridge, Thomas (1578) The Poore Mans Ievvel, that is to say, a Treatise of the Pestilence. Unto the Which is Annexed a Declaration of the Vertues of the Hearbs Carduus Benedictus, and Angelica: which are very Medicinable, both Against the Plague, and also Against Many other Diseases. Gathered out of the Bookes of Diuers Learned Physitians, London: George Byshop.
Braunschweig, Hieronymus (1525) The Noble Experyence of the Vertuous Handy Warke of Surgeri, London: Petrus Treueris. Facsimile edition 1973: The English Experience No. 531, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Braunschweig, Hieronymus (1561) A Most Excellent and Perfecte Homish Apothecarye or Homely Physick Booke / for all the Grefes and Diseases of the Bodye. Translated out the Allmaine Speche into English by Ihon Hollybush, Collen: [The heirs of] Arnold Birckman. Facsimile edition 1968: The English Experience No. 43, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Bright, Timothy (1580) A Treatise: Wherein is Declared the Sufficiencie of English Medicines, for Cure of all Diseases, Cured with Medicine, London: Henrie Middleton for Thomas Man. Facsimile edition 1977: The English Experience No. 854, Amsterdam and Norwood, NJ: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Walter J. Johnson.
Bright, Timothy (1586) A Treatise of Melancholy. Containing the Causes thereof, and Reasons of the Straunge Effects it Worketh in our Minds and Bodies: … London: Iohn VVindet.
Brown, Andrew (1699) The Epilogue to the Five Papers Lately Past Betwixt the Two Physicians Dr. O. and Dr. E. Containing Some Remarks, Pleasant and Profitable, Concerning that Debate, and the Usefulness of Vomiting and Purging in Fevers, Edinburgh: John Reid.
Brugis, Thomas (1648) The Marrow of Physicke. Or a Learned Discourse of the Severall Parts of Mans Body …London: T. H. and M. H.
Bullein, William (1562) Bulleins Bulwarke of Defe~ce Againste all Sicknes, Sornes, and Woundes, that dooe Daily Assaulte Mankinde, whiche Bulwarke is Kepte with Hillarius the Gardiner, Health the Phisician, with their Chyrurgian, to Helpe the Wounded Soldiors … London: Ihon Kyngston. Facsimile edition 1971: The English Experience No. 350, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Caius, John (1552) A Boke, or Counseill Against the Disease Commonly Called the Sweate, or Sweatyng sicknesse made by Jhon Caius Doctour in Phisicke. Uery Necessary for Everye Personne and Much Requisite to be had in the Handes of Al Sortes, for their Better Instruction, Preparation and Defence, Against the Soubdein Comyng, and Fearful Assaultyng of the Same Disease, London: Richard Grafton.
Charas, Moyse (1678) The Royal Pharmacopœa, Galenical and Chymical, According to the Practice of the Most Eminent and Learned Physitians of France, and Publish'd with their Several Approbations …London: John Starkey.
Chauliac, Guy (1579) Gvydos Questions, Newly Corrected. Wherevnto is Added the Thirde and Fourth Booke of Galen, with a Treatise for the Helps of all the Outward Parts of Mans Body. And also an Excellent Antidotary Containing Diuers Receipts, as well of Auncient as Latter Wryters: Faythfully Corrected by Men Skilfull in the Sayd Arte … London: Thomas East. Facsimile edition 1968: The English Experience, No. 35, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Clowes, William (1596a) A Briefe and Necessary Treatise, Tovching the Cvre of the Disease now vsvally called lves Venerea, by Vnctions and other Approoued Waies of Curing: Newly Corrected and Augmented in the Yeere of our Lord 1596 by William Clowes one of hir Maiesties Chirurgions, London: Edm. Bollifant for Thomas Dawson.
Clowes, William (1596b) A Profitable and Necessarie Booke of Obseruations, for all those that are Burned with the Flame of Gun Powder, &c. and also for Curing of Wounds made with Musket and Caliuer Shot, and other Weapons of War Commonly vsed at this Day both by Sea and Land, as heerafter shall be Declared:London: Edm. Bollifant for Thomas Dawson.
Clowes, William (1602) A Right Frvtefvll and Approoved Treatise, for the Artificiall Cure of that Malady called in Latin Struma, and in English, the Euill, Cured by Kinges and Queenes of England. Very Necessary for all Young Practizers of Chyrurgery, London: Edward Allde. Facsimile edition 1970: The English Experience No. 238, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Colbatch, John, Sir (1698) Novum Lumen Chirurgicum: Or, a New Light of Chirurgery wherein is Discover'd a much more Safe and Speedy Way of Curing Wounds than has heretofore bin usually Practis'd. Illustrated with Several Experiments made in Flanders in the Year 1694, London: J. D. for D. Brown.
Cooke, James (1693) Mellificium Chirurgiæ: Or, the Marrow of Chirurgery. With the Anatomy of Human Bodies according to the Most Modern Anatomists; illustrated with many Anatomical Observations. Institutions of Physick, with Hippocrates's Aphorisms largely Commented Upon. The Marrow of Physick, Shewing the Causes, Signs and Cures of Most Diseases Incident to Human Bodies. Choice Experienced Receits for the Cure of Several Distempers, London: W. M.
Culpeper, Nicholas (1649) A Physicall Directory or a Translation of the London Dispensatory made by the Colledge of Physicians in London. Being that Book by which all Apothicaries are Strictly Commanded to make all their Physick with Many Hundred Additions which the Reader may find in Every Page Marked with this Letter A …London: Peter Cole.
Culpeper, Nicholas (1651) A Directory for Midwives: Or, a Guide for Women, in their Conception, Bearing, and Suckling their Children …London: Peter Cole.
Culpeper, Nicholas (1652a) Galens Art of Physick: Wherein is Laid Down, 1. A Description of Bodies, Healthful, Unhealthful, and Neutral. 2. Signs of Good and Bad Constitutions. 3. Signs of the Brain, Heart, Liver, Testicles being too Hot, Cold, Dry, Moist: Signs of the Temperature, Lungues, Stomach, &c. Being too Hot and Dry, Hot and Moist, Cold and Dry, Cold and Moist. 4. Sign and Causes of Sickness. With many other Excellent Things, the Particular of which the Table of Chapters will Specifie. Translated into English, and Largely Commented on; Together with Convenient Medicines for all Particular Distempers of the Parts, a Description of the Complexions, their Conditions, and what Diet and Exercise is Fittest for them, London: Peter Cole.
Culpeper, Nicholas (1652b) The English Physitian: or an Astrologo-Physical Discourse of the Vulgar Herbs of this Nation – Being a Compleat Method of Physick, whereby a Man may Preserve his Body in Health; or Cure Himself, being Sick, for Three Pence Charge, with Such Things Only as Grows in England, they Being Most Fit for English Bodies, London: Peter Cole.
Culpeper, Nicholas (1659) Culpeper's School of Physick. Or The Experimental Practice of the Whole Art, London: N. Brook.
Daffy, Anthony (1673) Elixir Salutis: The Choice Drink of Health or, Health-Bringing Drink …London: Printed with Allowance for the Author, by W. G.
Dawson, Thomas (1596) The Good Husvvifes Iewell. VVherein is to be Found Most Excellend and Rare Deuises for Conceites in Cookery, found out by the Practise of Thomas Dawson …London: [E. Allde] for Edward White.
Elkes, Richard (1651) Approved Medicines of Little Cost, to Preserve Health and also to Cure those that are Sick. Provided for the Souldiers Knap-sack, and the Country Mans Closet, London: Robert Ibbitson.
Feckenham, John (1990) ‘This Booke of Sovereigne Medicines’ … : An Edition of Folger Ms. V.B.129 (ca. 1570), ed. Macgill, Elizabeth Rawson, Arbor, Ann, Mich.: University of Michigan. First published 1570.
Fioravanti, Leonardo (1652a) Three Exact Pieces of Leonard Phioravant Knight, and Doctor in Physick, viz. his Rationall Secrets, and Chirurgery, Reviewed and Revived, Together with a Book of Excellent Experiments and Secrets, Collected out of the Practises of Severall Expert Men in Both Faculties …London: G. Dawson.
Fioravanti, Leonardo (1652b) A Treatise of Chirurgery: Published wih Many Excellent Experiments and Secrets, London: G. Dawson.
Gale, Thomas (1563a) An Antidotarie Conteyning Hidde and Secrete Medicines Simple and Compounde: As also all Suche as are Required in Chirurgerie, London: Rouland Hall, for Thomas Gale.
Gale, Thomas (1563b) An Excellent Treatise of VVounds Made VVith Gonneshot, in which is Confuted Bothe the Grose Errour of Ierome Brunswicke, Iohn Uigo, Alfonse Ferrius, and Others: in that they make the Wounde Venemous, whiche Commeth Through the Common Pouder and Shotte: And also there is Set Out a Perfect and Trew Methode of Curyng these Woundes. Newly Compiled and Published by Thomas Gale Maister in Chirurgerie, London: Rouland Hall.
Gale, Thomas (1563c) An Institution of a Chirurgian, Conteynynge the Sure Groundes and Principles of Chirurgerie Most Necessarie and Mete for all those that will Attaine the Arte Perfectly: For whose Cause it is Compiled by Thomas Gale, Maister in Chirurgerie, London: Rouland Hall, for Thomas Gale.
Gesner, Conrad (1559) The Treasure of Evonymvs, Conteyninge the VVonderfull Hid Secretes of Nature, Touchinge the Most Apte Formes to Prepare and Destyl Medicines, for the Conseruation of Helth: … London: Iohn Daie. Facsimile edition 1969: The English Experience No. 97, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Ghesel, John (1631) The Rvle of Health. Wherein are Contained Divers Instructions for the Preservation of the Life of Man, Oxford: J. Lichfield. Facsimile edition 1932: A Facsimile of The Rule of Health by John Ghesel, as Printed by John Lichfield, at Oxford, in the Year 1631, with an introduction by H. T. Price, Michigan Facsimile Series, No. 1, Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Brothers.
Grey, Elizabeth (1653) A Choice Manval of Rare and Select Secrets in Physick and Chyrurgery; Collected and Practised by the Right Honourable, the Countesse of Kent Late Deceased. As also Most Exquisite Ways of Preserving, Conserving, Candying, &c, London: R. Norton.
Hall, John (1679) Select Observations on English Bodies of Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases. First Written in Latin by Mr. John Hall, Physician: After Englished by James Cook, Author of the Marrow of Chirurgery. To which is now added, an Hundred like Counsels and Advices, for Several Honourable Persons: By the Same Author …London: J. D. for Benjamin Shirley.
Hart, James (1633) Klinike, or the Diet of the Diseased. Divided into Three Bookes. VVherein is Set Downe at Length the Whole Matter and Nature of Diet for those in Health, but Especially for the Sicke; the Aire, and other Elements; Meat and Drinke, with Divers other Things; Various Controversies Concerning this Subject are Discussed: Besides Many Pleasant Practicall and Historicall Relations, both of the Authours Owne and other Mens, &c …London: John Beale for Robert Allot.
Hartlib, Samuel (1655) Chymical, Medicinal, and Chyrurgical Addresses: Made to Samuel Hartlib, Esquire …London: G. Dawson for Giles Calvert.
Harvey, Gideon (1700) The Vanities of Philosophy and Physick: Together with Directions and Medicines Easily Prepared by any of the Least Skill, whereby to Preserve Health, and Prolong Life, as well in those that Live Regularly, as others that Live Irregularly …London: W. Turner.
Harvey, William (1653) The Anatomical Exercises of Dr. William Harvey Professor of Physick, and Physician to the Kings Majesty, Concerning the Motion of the Heart and Blood. With the Preface of Zachariah Wood Physician of Roterdam. To which is added Dr. James De Back his Discourse of the Heart, Physician in Ordinary to the Town of Roterdam, London: Francis Leach for Richard Lowndes.
Harward, Simon (1601) Harwards Phlebotomy: Or, a Treatise of Letting of Bloud, Fitly Seruing, as well for an Aduertisement and Remembrance to Well Minded Chirurgians, as also to giue a Caueat Generally to all Men to Beware of the Manifold Dangers, which may Ensue vpon Rash and Vnaduised Letting of Bloud. Comprehended in Two Bookes: Written by Simon Harvvard, London: F. Kingston for Simon Waterson. Facsimile edition 1973: The English Experience No. 526, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Hawes, Richard (1634) The Poore-Mans Plaster-Box Furnished with Diverse Excellent Remedies for Sudden Mischances, and Usuall Infirmities, which Happen to Men, Women, and Children in this Age … London: Tho. Cotes for Francis Grove. Facsimile edition 1974: The English Experience No. 664, Amsterdam and Norwood, New Jersey: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Walter J. Johnson.
Holland, Philemon (1633) Gutta Podagrica: A Treatise of the Govt. The Severall Sorts thereof. VVhat Diet is Good for such as are Troubled Therewith. And some Approved Medicines and Remedies for the Same, London: Thomas Harper.
Jones, John (1566) A Dial for all Agves; Conteininge the Names in Greeke, Latten, and Englyshe, with the Diuersities of them, Symple and Compounde, Proper and Accident, Definitions, Deuisions, Causes, and Signes, Comenly Hetherto Knowen: Uery Profitable for Al Men, Compendiously Compiled (and Confirmed as may Appeare out of the Auctors Following by Iohn Iones Phisitio~. London: VVilliam Seres.
Jorden, Edward (1603) A Briefe Discovrse of a Disease called the Suffocation of the Mother. Written Vppon Occasion which hath beene of late taken thereby, to Suspect Possession of an Euill Spirit, or some such like Supernaturall Power …London: Iohn Windet.
Jorden, Edward (1631) Discovrse of Natvrall Bathes, and Minerall Waters. Wherein first the Originall of Fountaines in Generall is Declared. Then the Nature and Differences of Minerals, with examples of Particular Bathes from most of them. Next the Generation of Minerals in the Earth, … London: Thomas Harper.
,Kalendar of Shepherdes (1506) Here Begynneth the Kalender of Shepherdes, London: Rycharde Pynson. Facsimile edition 1892: The Kalendar of Shepherdes: the Edition of Paris 1503 in Photographic Facsimile and a Faithful Reprint of R. Pynson's Edition of London 1506, ed. Sommer, Oskar H., London: Kegan Paul.
Lamport, John (1685) A Direct Method of Ordering and Curing People of that Loathsome Disease, the Small-Pox; Teaching the Common Sort of People (to whom the Care of the Sick is for the Most Part Committed) how to go Thorow their Business, with Much More Safety, Ease, Speed, and Certainty than hath been hitherto Commonly Known …London: J. Gain for the author.
Langton, Christopher (1545) An Introduction into Phisycke, wyth an Vniuersal Dyet, Gathered by Christofer Langton, London: Edwarde Whytchurche. Facsimile edition 1970: The English Experience No. 281, Amsterdam and New York: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Da Capo Press.
Langton, Christopher (1547) A Uery Brefe Treatise, Ordrely Declaring the Pricipal Partes of Phisick, that is to Saye: Thynges Natural. Thynges not Naturall. Thynges Agaynst Nature. Gathered, and Sette Forth by Christopher Langton, London: Edvvard VVhitchurche.
,Letter Concerning Acid and Alkali (1700) A Letter to a Physician Concerning Acid and Alkali. Being an Answer to a Late Piece, Intituled, A Dialogue between Alkali and Acid, London: Andrew Bell.
Lockyer, Lionel (1664). An Advertisement, Concerning those most Excellent Pills called Pillulæ Radijs Solis Extractæ …London: s.n.
Lodge, Thomas (1603) A Treatise of the Plague: Containing the Nature, Signes, and Accidents of the Same, with the Certaine and Absolute Cure of the Feuers, Botches and Carbuncles that Raigne in these Times: … London: [Thomas Creede and Valentine Simmes] for Edward White and N[icholas] L[ing]. Facsimile edition 1979: The English Experience No. 938, Amsterdam and Norwood, NJ: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum and Walter J. Johnson.
,Lytell Boke of the .xxiiii. Stones (1528) Here Begynneth a Lytell Boke of the .xxiiii. Stones Pryncipalles / that Profyteth Most to Mans body as y=e= day & the Nyght Hath .xxiiii. Houres / so be there .xxiiii. Stones Pryncipall, London: R. Pynson.
, M., , W. (1679) The Queens Closet Opened Incomparable Secrets in Physick, Chyrurgery, Preserving and Candying, &c. which were Presented unto the Queen: By the Most Experienced Persons of the Times, many wherof were had in Esteem when she Pleased to Descend to Private Recreations, London: Obadiah Blagrave.
Miles, Abraham (1662) The Countrymans Friend, and no Circumventing Mountebanck but a Rare Method of Chyrurgery and Physick, Teaching the Country People Excellent Cures, the like was Never Laid Open in any Age Before. Besides here are Four Arts, Three of them Concerning Horses, and the Fourth an Art to keep a Field of Corn from any Manner of Fowles, that Devour Grain, this Art is only by Anointing a Few Crow Feathers, for neither Pidgeon, Sparrow, Rook nor Crow will Endure the Field where they Stick, London: E. Andrews.
Moore, Philip (1565) The Hope of Health, wherein is Conteined a Goodlie Regiment of Life: As Medicine, Good Diet, and the Goodly Vertues of Sondrie Herbes, doen by Philip Moore, London: Ihon Kingston.
Moulton, Thomas (1539) This is the Myrrour or Glasse of Helth Necessary and Nedefull for Euery Person to Loke in, that wil Kepe their Bodye from the Syckenesse of the Pestilence, and it Sheweth how the Planettes do Raygne in Euery Houre of the Daye and Nyghte, with the Natures and Exposicio~s of the xii Sygnes, Deuyded by the .xii. Monethes of the Yeare, and Shewed the Remedies for Many Dyuers Infirmities and Dyseases that Hurteth the Bodye of Manne, London: Robert Wyer.
Nendick, Humphrey (1674) A Compendium of the Vertues, Operations, and use of that Applauded Antipancronicon called Nendicks Popular Pill …London: s.n.
Packe, Christopher (1693) Mineralogia: Or, an Account of the Preparation, Manifold Vertues and uses of a Mineral Salt, both in Physick and Chyrurgery; … London: D. Newman.
Palmer, Archdale (1659) ‘The Recipe Book’, facsimile edition of the manuscript in Uden, Grant (ed.), The Recipe Book 1659–1672 of Archdale Palmer, Gent. Lord of the Manor of Wanlip in the County of Leicestershire, Wymondham: Sycamore, pp. 156–231.
Paracelsus, (1655) Of the Supreme Mysteries of Nature. Of the Spirits of the Planets. Occult Philosophy. The Magical, Sympathetical, and Antipathetical Cure of Wounds and Diseases. The Mysteries of the Twelve Signs of the Zodiack, London: J. C. for N. Brook and J. Harison.
Paré, Ambroise (1634) The Workes of that Famous Chirurgion Ambrose Parey, London: Th. Cotes and R. Young.
Partridge, John (1573) The Treasurie of Commodious Conceits, & Hidden Secrets. And may be called, the Huswiues Closet, of Healthfull Prouision. Mete and Necessarie for the Profitable vse of all Estates both Men and Women: And also Pleasaunt for Recreation, with a Necessary Table of all Things herein Contayned. Gathered Out of Sundrye Experiments Lately Practised by Men of Great Knowledge. By I. Par., London: Richarde Iones.
Partridge, John (1595) The Widdowes Treasure. Plentifully Furnished with Sundry Precious and Approued Secrets in Phisicke and Chirurgery, for the Health and Pleasure of Mankinde. Heereunto are Adioyned, Sundry Prittie Practises and Conclusions of Cookerie, with many Profitable and Wholsome Medicines, for Sundrie Diseases in Cattell, London: I. Roberts for Edward VVhite.
Pechey, John (1695) The Store-House of Physical Practice: Being a General Treatise of the Causes and Signs of all Diseases Afflicting Human Bodies. Together with the Shortest, Plainest and Safest Way of Curing them, by Method, Medicine and Diet. To which is added, for the Benefit of Young Practisers, Several Choice Forms of Medicines used by the London Physicians, London: Henry Bonwicke.
Pemell, Robert (1653) De Morbis Puerorum, or, a Treatise of the Diseases of Children; with their Causes, Signs, Prognosticks, and Cures, for the Benefit of Such as do not Understand the Latine Tongue, and Very Useful for all such as are House-Keepers, and have Children. With the Contents of the Several Chapters, as also an Alphabetical Table of all the Diseases Mentioned Herein, London: J. Legatt for Philemon Stephens.
Philaretes, (1602) VVork for Chimny-Sweepers: Or a Warning for Tabacconists … 1st edn, London: T. Este [and Thomas Creede], for Thomas Bushell.
,Philosophical Transactions 1–18, 1665–94 [various articles]. Reprint: New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation and Kraus Reprint Corporation, 1963.
Plat, Hugh (1602) Delightes for Ladies, to Adorne their Persons, Tables, Closets and Distillatories. With Beauties, Banquets, Perfumes and Waters. Reade, Practise, and Censure, London: Peter Short.
Pomarius, Petrus (1609) Enchiridion Medicum: Containing, an Epitome of the Whole Covrse of Physicke: …London: Henry Ballard for George Potter.
Porta, Giambattista della (1658) Natural Magick by John Baptista Porta, a Neapolitane: In Twenty Books: … Wherein are Set Forth all the Riches and Delights of the Natural Sciences, London: Thomas Young and Samuel Speed.
Prat, Ellis (1689) Vade Mecum: Or, a Companion for a Chirurgion. Fitted for Sea, or Land; Peace, or War. Shewing the use of his Instruments, and Virtues of Medicines Simple and Compound most in use, and how to make them up after the Best Method …London: T. Sawbridge.
Prognosticacion, (1554) Prognosticacion Drawen Out of the Bookes of Ipocras, Auicen, and other Notable Auctours of Physycke, Shewynge the Daunger of Dyuers Syckenesses, that is to say, whether Peryll of Death be in them or not, the Pleasure of Almyghtye God Reserued, London: Robert Wyer.
Recorde, Robert (1547) The Urinal of Physick. Composed by Mayster Robert Recorde: Doctor of Physicke, London: Reynolde Wolfe.
Ruscelli, Girolamo (1562) The Secretes of the Reverende Maister Alexis of Piemovnt. Containing Excellente Remedies Against Diuers Diseases, Woundes, and other Accidents, with the Manner to make Distillations, Parfumes, Confitures, Diynges, Colours, Fusions and Meltynges …London: Rouland Hall for Nycolas England.
Russel, Thomas (1602) Diacatholicon Avrevm: Or a Generall Powder of Gold, Purging all Offensiue Humours in Mans Bodie: Good in Generall for all Diseases, where there Needeth any Purgation: …London: [S. Stafford] for Iohn Flasket.
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