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These are to give notice to all His Majesties subjects, that Nicholas Culpeper late deceased, being a student in astrology, a person generally approved of to be an eminent physician in his time, and by his indulgent care performed many excellent cures, and for the singular affection he owed to his said Majesties subjects, in order to the preservation of their healths and lives under God, hath prepared, composed,and madean excellent lozenge, and an universal pill; which lozenges and pills were of that precious worth and vertue, that he concealed the publishing thereof until a little before his death.
by Culpeper, Richard.Get full text
Advertisement. Whereas formerly the sick could have advice (at the Angel and Crown in King. Street near Cheapside) in the afternoons only. Now for the greater ease and benefit of patients, there will be constant attendance there every day from nine in the morning 'till twelve, and from two in the afternoon 'till six. ...
by Pechey, John, 1655-1716.Get full text
J. Russell, professor of physick, and ocultist. At the two blew posts against Grays Inn in Holbourn: It's needless to declare the particulars of those cures I formerly performed in Smithfield, because many thousands have seen such varieties both of sick, lame and blind ...
by Russel, J., fl. 1680?Get full text
The true spirit of scurvey-grass with its vertues. Having taken notice of several distempers which have of late years been very epidemical as griping in the guts, consumptions, and aguish feavers, which may much be imputed to the unadvised drinking of scurvey-grass ale, beer, or juice,...
by Bateman, Robert, pharmacist.Get full text
An advertisement In Great Knight-Rider-Street near Doctors-Commons back gate; a blew-ball being over the door, Liveth a physician which hath a pill far beyond any medicament yet ever known, or at least published; which cureth those diseases so many pretend to and so few understand, called, the French Pox and Gonorrhea ...
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Beloved Reader, being lately come into this kingdom, I do according to my duty, make my self known unto you all by this present paper, which without the same, might otherwise be many years before I be known, and so hindred from the exercise of true Christian duties unto my Neighbours ... I have cured many thausands of women and maids ...
by Socburgh, Willemina Sasbout van.Get full text