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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; with all the several medicines and methods by which the several cures, by the blessing of God, were effected; and they be of great use to several practitioners in physick and others: by the same author. In the close is added, Directions for drinking of the bath-water, and Ars cosmetica, or Beautifying art: by H. Stubbs, physician at Warwick.

  • Author

    Hall, John

    Cooke, James

    Stubbe, Henry

  • Date published

    1683

  • Publisher

    London : printed for William Marshall at the Bible in Newgate-street, 1683.

  • Subject

    Medicine Early works to 1800

    Diseases Early works to 1800

    Cosmetics Early works to 1800

General note: Frontis. portrait (A1v) of James Cook signed: R White sculp. Includes index. With final advertisement leaf. A8 a8 B-Z8 UK-SuSCL SBT copy currently on display at Hall's Croft from April 2012. Su-SCL. Cited in: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H358 Format of surrogate: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. University Microfilms International, 1983. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700; 1444:3). Ownership and custodial history: Purchased from Maggs Bros, London, 1930 UK-SuSCL