The marrow of physick, or, A learned discourse of the several parts of mans body : being a medicamentary teaching the manner and way of making and compounding all such oyls, unguents, sirrups, caraplasms, waters, powders, emplaisters, pills, &c. as shall be useful and necessary in any private house, with little labor, small cost, and in a short time : and also an addition of divers experimented medecines, which may serve against any disease that shall happen to they body : together with some rare receipts for beauties, and the newest and best way of preserving and conserving : with divers other secrets, never before published

Thomas Brugis London : Printed for Peter Parker ..., 1669

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