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Mellificium chirurgiæ, or the marrovv of many good authors enlarged: wherein is briefly, fully, and faithfully handled the art of chirurgery in its four parts, with all the several diseases unto them belonging: their definitions, causes, signes, prognosticks, and cures, both general and particular. As also an appendix, wherein is methodically handled the cure of those affects usually happening at sea, and in camp, with other necessary to be known. To which is added new institutions, physical and chirurgical; Hyppocrates aphorismes, sorted under several heads of diseases of the parts of the body: with a brief comment; at the end of which you have several approved receipts, some heretofore kept secret, with the doses, admirable vertues, and several vehecles of Venice-Treacle, and Mithridate. Gathered first for private use, and now again put forth for publique benefit by James Cooke Practitioner in physick and chirurgery.

General note: "The art of chirurgery" pt. 1, sec. 1, has caption title, separate pagination and register (begins on sig. B). Preliminary leaf bears imprimatur which reads: "Imprimatur, Jo. Clerk, præces, Fran. Prujean, censor. Guliel. Rant. censor. Geo Ent. censor. Jo. Micklethwaite censor.". With a final blank leaf. Signatures: A6 a¹² B-P¹² Q8; ²B-²P¹² Q-Y¹² Z4. Small burn hole on A1, not affecting text UK-SuSCL Cited in: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C6013 Format of surrogate: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. University Microfilms, 1988. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700; 1863:34). Ownership and custodial history: C17th MS. ink signature on inside back board: "Thos. Lever"; purchased from J.M. Last, 1935 UK-SUSCL