#A defensatiue against the plague contayning two partes or treatises: the first, shewing the meanes how to preserue vs from the dangerous contagion thereof: the second, how to cure those that are infected therewith. Whereunto is annexed a short treatise of the small poxe: shewing how to gouerne and helpe those that are infected therewith. Published for the loue and benefit of his countrie by Simon Kellwaye Gentleman.#
##Kellwaye, Simon.## A defensatiue against the plague contayning two partes or treatises: the first, shewing the meanes how to preserue vs from the dangerous contagion thereof: the second, how to cure those that are infected therewith. Whereunto is annexed a short treatise of the small poxe: shewing how to gouerne and helpe those that are infected therewith. Published for the loue and benefit of his countrie by Simon Kellwaye Gentleman. Kellwaye, Simon.
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❧ To the right Honorable, Robert Deuorax, Earle of Essex and Ewe, Vicount of Hereforde, Lord Ferrer of Chartley, Borcher, and Louayne, Master of the Queenes Maiesties Horse, Knight of the noble order of the Garter, and one of her Maiesties Honorable priuie Counsell, your Honors dutifull and louing seruaunt Simon Kellwaye, wisheth a long and happie life, with encrease of honor and vertue.
To the frendly Reader.
George Baker, in commendation of the Author.
The Author to the Reader.
To the Reader.
Faultes escaped in Printing.
A defensatiue against the plague: The first treatise.
_ Cap. 1. What the plague is.
_ Cap. 2. Cause of the plague.
_ Cap. 3. Warninges of the plague to come.
_ Cap 4. Sheweth how to preuent the plague.
A good perfume in sommer season.
An other good perfume in winter.
_ Cap. 5.
An excellent good preseruatiue; which I haue alwayes vsed with good successe.
An other excellent good preseruatiue.
An other very good
_ Cap. 6.
An excellent quilt or bag.
An other bag.
A Pomander good in the sommer time.
An other good one for the winter time.
A good Nodule for the sommer season.
Another Nodule for the winter season.
A Nosgaie for the same purpose.
_ Cap. 7.
A good Glister.
Raysins laxatiue how to make them.
A good Oyntment to keepe on Sollible.
Good pils to keepe one Sollible and doe also resist the pestilence.
_ Cap. 8.
Pilles good to purge.
A good purging potion.
A purging pouder for such as cannot take Pilles.
Floures stopt, how to prouoke them.
Issues commended against the plague.
_ Cap 9. What diet we ought to keepe.
_ Cap. 10. Sheweth what exercise and order is to be kept.
_ Cap. 11. Teacheth what orders magistrates and rulers of Citties and townes shoulde cause to be obserued.
_ Cap. 12. Doth shewe what you must doe when you goe to visit the sicke.
_ Cap. 13. Sheweth the signes of infection.
THE SECOND TREAtise shewing the meanes how to Cure the plague.
_ Cap. 1.
An excellent good pouder to expell the plague and prouoketh sweat.
An other good pouder.
A good Opiat to expell venem and prouoke sweat.
An other excellent good meanes to expell the venem, and procure. sweate.
An excellent good water against the plague, and diuers other diseases, which is to be made in May or Iune.
_ Cap 2. Sheweth what is to be done after taking of the Cordial.
A good defensatiue vnguent.
A quilte for the harte.
A cordiall Iulep.
An other Iulep.
A Iulep to quench thirst.
A Iulep to quench thirst and resist vennenositie.
A good Purgation in a strong bodie
An other in a plethoricke and full body.
A good Purgation for a weake body.
An other gentle Purgation.
A good Cordiall to be taken after Purging.
An other good Cordiall to be giuen where great heate is.
A good Cordiall potion.
_ Cap 3. Sheweth what Simptoms often chaunce and how to help them.
For lightnes of the head through want of sleepe.
Oyntment to prouoke sleepe.
For rauing and raging.
A good Sacculus for rauing and raging.
Aphtham to helpe it.
A good Gargaris for the mouth.
* Vomitting extreamly how to helpe it.
A good bagge for the stomacke.
* Yoxe, or yexing to stay it * Flyxe how to stop it. * Epithemation for the harte _ Cap. 4. Sheweth the generall cure of a botch when he appeares outwardly. * A good maturatiue. * An other. * An other, where no inflammation is. * A digestiue. * A digestiue Cataplasme. _ Cap. 5. Sheweth how to bring the botch out, that lieth deepe within the body or fleshe. * A good Maturatiue cataplasme. * An other. * An other which is soner made. * A Vessicatorie. * When the botch will not come to Matur•tion, but continueth alwaies hard. * An Epithemation. * A digestiue _ Cap. 6. Sheweth what is to be done, when the botch strikes in againe. _ Cap. 7. Sheweth how to drawe a botch from one place to another, and so to discusse him without breaking. * Epithemation. _ Cap. 8. Sheweth howe to knowe a carbunkle or blayne as also the cure of the same. * The cure of the carbunkle. * A maturatiue Cataplasme. * Mundificatiue annodine. * Another Mundificatiue. * When the carbunkle doth come with great paine and inflammation, how to helpe it.
A Short treatise of the small pockes, shewing the means how for to gouerne and cure those which are infected therewith.
_ CAP. 1. Sheweth what the small pockes and measels are, and whereof it proceedeth.
What the measels or males are.
The cause of the pockes and measels.
_ Cap. 2. Sheweth to know the signes when one is infected, as also the good and ill signes in the disease.
- How to know of what humors this disease commeth.
_ Cap. 3. Sheweth the meanes to cure the pockes or measels.
Eyes how to preserue them.
_ Cap. 4. Teacheth what is to be done when the pocks or measels are slowe in comming forth.
Another good drinke to expell the pockes or measels.
Epjthemation for the heart.
Thirste how to quench it
_ Cap. 5. Sheweth what is to bee done when the pockes are all come out in the skinne.
When the pockes after they come out, doe not growe to maturation, how you shall helpe it.
Vlceration to helpe it.
A very good vnguent for the same purpose.
For extreame heate and burning in the soles of the feet, and palmes of the hands.
For to help the sorenes and vlceration of the mouth.
For inflammation and paine in the tonsiles and throate.
Howe to open the eye-lids that are fastened together with the pockes.
A good Collery for a web or vngula in the eye.
_ Cap. 6 Teacheth how to helpe diuerse accidents which chance after the pockes are cured and gone.
For rednes of the face and hands after the p•cke• are 〈◊〉 how to helpe 〈◊〉.
For spots in the face remayning when the pockes are gone.
A good oyntment for the same purpose.
For holes remayning when the small pockes are gone.
Running of the eares how to helpe it.
For stopping of the nostrels, to helpe it.
For horsenes, remayning when the pockes are gone.
For filthie and moyste scabbes, after the pockes are gone.
- A Table or Index. A.ANgelica roote, to prepare it,fol. 7.Aptham, how to helpe it,fol. 26.B.BLoud when and where it is to be drawn,fol. 17, 18.40Bolarmoniake, how to prepare it,fol. 19.BotchC.Carbunkle or blayne how to know him, as also to cure it.fol. 35.Carbunkle with paine and inflammatD.Digestiue for a botch, how to make it,fol. 30.31.33.Dyet to be kept in time of the plague,fol. 11.F.EAres, how to preserue them from the pockes,fol. 41:Eares running of them, what you must do to it,F.Faynting and pounding, to helpe it,fol. 23.Face, how to preserue it from deformiting, in the smallH.HAndes and feete, extreame heate in them with the small pockes, to helpe it,fol. 45:Head lightnes I.Issues, commended against the plague,fol. 11.Iuleps, Cordiall, to make them,fol. 22.Iulep, to quenL.LAske, or ••ixe, how to stop it,fol. 25.Longs, how to preserue them from the pockes,f. 41.M.MAturatiue, to ripe and rot a botch,fol. 31.32.35.Mouth, vlceration therin, called Aptham, to helpN.Nodule, against the plague,fol. 7.Nosgaye, against the plague,fol. 7.Nostrels how to preserue themO.Opiat, good to expell the plague,fol. 19.Oyntment, to keepe on sollible,fol. 8.Oyntment to prouokeP.Parfumes against the plague,fol. 3Pilles, to keepe one sollible,fol, 9.Pilles, to purge the body,fQQuilte, against the plague,fol. 5.Quilte, for the harte after sweate,fol. 22.RRauing and raging, to helpe it,fol. 26.Raysins laxatiue how to make them,fol. 8▪SSigns to know whē one is infected with the plague,f, 15Signes of recouerie in the plague,fol. 15SiTThirst, a Iulep to quench it,fol. 23.24.43.Throte botch therein, to helpe it,fol. 17,Throte how to VVentoses, when and where to applie them,fol. 18.Vessicatorie, how to make it,fol. •2.Ves•catorie ofWWater, good against the plague,fol. 20Water, for spots and rednes of the face, after the small pockYYexing, or yoxe, how to helpe it,fol. 28, Types of content
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