The unlearned alchymist his antidote, Or a more full and ample explanation of the use, virtue and benefit of my pill. Entituled, An effectual diaphoretick, diuretick, purgeth by sweating urine Whereunto is added, sundry cures and experiences, with particular direction unto particular diseases and distempers. Also, sundry plain and easie receits, which the ingenious may prepare for their own health. Together with a precious pearl in the midst of a dunghil, being a true and faithful receit of Mr. Richard Matthews's pill, according to his own practice recorded in writing under his own hand, 1659. Presented to the world by Mris. Anne Mathews, amongst many sad complaints of wrongs done to her, and the commonalty, and her deceased husband. By Richard Mathews, and are to be had at his house by the Lyons Den at the Tower, next gate to the By-ward

Richard Mathews London : printed for Joseph Leigh, at the upper end of Bazing-hall-street, near the Nags-head Tavern, 1663

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