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#A rich store-house or treasury for the diseased Wherein, are many approued medicines for diuers and sundry diseases, which haue been long hidden, and not come to light before this time. Now set foorth for the great benefit and comfort of the poorer sort of people that are not of abilitie to go to the physitions. By A.T.#

##A. T., practitioner in physicke.## A rich store-house or treasury for the diseased Wherein, are many approued medicines for diuers and sundry diseases, which haue been long hidden, and not come to light before this time. Now set foorth for the great benefit and comfort of the poorer sort of people that are not of abilitie to go to the physitions. By A.T. A. T., practitioner in physicke.

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  1. ¶To the Right Honorable Thomas Skinner, Lord Mayor of the City of London.

  2. ❧ DIVERS & SVNDRYE GOOD Inſtructions & Rules for all ſuch as are the true Practiſers of Phiſick and Chirurgerie, which are very meete and conuenient to be obſerued and knowne vnto them, And alſo concerning Bloud-letting, Purging, and of the vſe and commoditie that often times commeth thereof.

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  1. Cap. 1. ¶An approued Medicine for an Ache or ſwelling.

  2. Cap. 2. ¶An other for the ſame.

  3. Cap. 3. ¶A preſent Remedy for an ould Ache.

  4. Cap. 4. ¶Another for the ſame.

  5. Cap. 5. ¶A Medicine for an Ache, or ſhrinking of any Sinewes.

  6. Cap. 6. ¶A perfect Medicine for an ache or Sciatica.

  7. Cap. 7. ¶A preſent remedie for all maner of aches, and bruſes in the bones.

  8. Cap. 8. ¶An approued Medicine for an ache or ſwellinge.

  9. Cap. 9. ¶An other for the ſame.

  10. Cap. 10. ¶A ſoueraigne Medicine for an ache in the ſhoulder or elſe where.

  11. Cap. 11. ¶A precious Ointement or Oyle, for all maner of Aches or ſwellinges in the Armes, Knees, Legges, or Feete, being taken with Colde.

  12. Cap. 12. ¶An Excellent good and approued Oyntement, for all maner of Aches, Agues, Bruſes, Goutes, Cankers, Lamenes, Stitches, or hardenes of the Spleene, and for all maner of paine in the Heade and Eares.

  13. Cap. 13. ¶An approued Medicine for an ach in any of the Huckle bones, Thighes, Armes, Shoulders &c. which commeth by taking of Colde or &c.

  14. Cap. 14. ¶A medicine for an ache.

  15. Cap. 15. ¶Another medicine for an ache.

  16. Cap. 16. ¶For aches and ſwellinges in the knees.

  17. Cap. 17. ¶A very good Medicine for any maner of aching ſores.

  18. Cap. 18. ¶A plaiſter for an Ache.

  19. Cap. 19. ¶An excellent good oyle, for all manner of aches, bruſes and ſtraininges of the ſinewes.

  20. Cap. 20. ¶A ſoueraigne oyntment for any manner of ache or Swelling.

  21. Cap. 21. ¶An oyntment for all manner. of Aches.

  22. Cap. 22. ¶For an Ague.

  23. Cap. 23. ¶Another for the ſame.

  24. Cap. 24. ¶Another for the ſame.

  25. Cap. 25. ¶A verie good medicine for an Ague.

  26. Cap. 26. ¶Another for the ſame.

  27. Cap. 27. ¶An other for the ſame.

  28. Cap. 28. ¶Another for the ſame.

  29. Cap. 29. ¶Another for the same.

  30. Cap. 30. ¶A verie good drinke for an Ague.

  31. Cap. 31. ¶An proued medicine for an Ague.

  32. Cap. 32. ¶Another for the ſame.

  33. Cap. 33. ¶An excellent remedie for an Ague.

  34. Cap. 34. ¶Another for the ſame.

  35. Cap. 35. ¶Another for the ſame.

  36. Cap. 36. ¶An other preſent remedie for an Ague.

  37. Cap. 37. ¶Another for the ſame.

  38. Cap. 38. ¶An other for the ſame.

  39. Cap. 39. ¶An approoued medicine for a burning Ague.

  40. Cap. 40. ¶Another for the ſame.

  41. Cap. 41. ¶An excellent remedie for a quotidian Ague.

  42. Cap. 42. ¶An other for the ſame.

  43. Cap 43. ¶A very good Drinke to be vſed for any maner of Ague.

  44. Cap 44. ¶An approued Medicine for a tercian ague.

  45. Cap. 45. ¶A Medicine For a tercian Ague.

  46. Cap. 46. ¶An Excellent Remedie for a Quartaine Ague.

  47. Cap. 47.

  48. Cap. 48. ¶An other preſent remedie for a Quartaine Ague, and for the drought that commeth thereof.

  49. Cap. 49. ¶A very good Medicine for an Ague.

  50. Cap. 50. ¶A Remedie to take away the drought in an Ague.

  51. Cap. 51. ¶An excellent Rule to be obſerued in the makinge of Drinke and Pottage, for them that are infected with an ague.

  52. Cap. 52. ¶A very good remedie againſt corrupt ayres wherein the agues are firſt engendred and gotten.

  53. Cap. 53. ¶An approued Medicine to coole the heate of the Backe, and alſo to cure the diſeaſe called Gomoria Paſsio.

  54. Cap. 54. ¶A Soueraigne Medicine for the weaknes of the Backe.

  55. Cap. 55. ¶An other for the ſame.

  56. Cap. 56. ¶A preſent remedie for a heate and paine in the Backe.

  57. Cap. 57. ¶Another medicine for the paine in the Backe.

  58. Cap. 58. ¶A medicine to clenſe the backe and purge the reines.

  59. Cap. 59. ¶A good medicine for the reines of the backe.

  60. Cap. 60. ¶An excellent good medicine for the weaknes in the Backe, and alſo to reſtore nature.

  61. Cap. 61 ¶A very good Medicine to ſtrengthen the backe.

  62. Cap. 62. ¶A Medicine for the heate of the backe.

  63. Cap. 63. ¶An other for the ſame.

  64. Cap. 64. ¶A verie good medicine for one that hath a weake Backe.

  65. Cap. 65. ¶A verie good plaiſter to eaſe any paine or cricke in the Backe.

  66. Cap. 66. ¶A very good Oyntement for the backe.

  67. Cap. 67. ¶A very good reſtoratiue for the backe.

  68. Cap. 68. ¶An other good reſtoratiue for the backe.

  69. Cap. 69. ¶An other for the ſame.

  70. Cap. 70. ¶A good Medicine for the Raines of a mans backe.

  71. Cap. 71. ¶A good Medicine for the weakenes of the backe.

  72. Cap. 72. ¶A Marueilous good Oyntement for the backe.

  73. Cap. 73. ¶A Medicine for the heate of the Raines, and to auoide bliſtering in the mouth.

  74. Cap. 74.

  75. Cap. 75. ¶A preſent remedie to helpe the running of the Raynes.

  76. Cap. 76. ¶An other for the ſame.

  77. Cap. 77. ¶An other for the ſame.

  78. Cap. 78.

  79. Cap. 79. ¶An Excellent good and an approued Medicine, for the running of the Raines.

  80. Cap. 80. ¶An other preſent remedie for the runninge of the Raines.

  81. Cap. 81. ¶Another principall medicine for the runing of the Raines.

  82. Cap. 82. ¶Another medicine for the ſame.

  83. Cap. 83. ¶Another for the ſame.

  84. Cap. 84. ¶A very good water to waſhe the Yarde, of one that hath lately had the running of the raines, and hath beene cured thereof.

  85. Cap. 85. ¶Another eaſie Medicine to helpe the runninge of the Raines, and alſo to ſcoure the Yarde.

  86. Cap. 86. ¶A Medicine to take away the paine or gripinge in the Belly.

  87. Cap. 87. ¶A very good Medicine for one that is hard bounde in the Belly.

  88. Cap. 88. ¶An approued Medicine for a Laske or loſenes in the belly.

  89. Cap. 89. ¶A very good Medicine for any maner of Byle, Fellyne or vncome.

  90. Cap. 91. ¶An other for the ſame.

  91. Cap. 92. ¶An other Medicine for a Fellyn or Vncome.

  92. Cap. 93. ¶An other for the ſame.

  93. Cap. 94. ¶An other for the ſame.

  94. Cap. 95. ¶An other for the ſame.

  95. Cap. 97. ¶An other for the ſame.

  96. Cap. 98. ¶An Excellent good and approued Medicine for any Fellyn, old ſore, or any other maner of Vncome whatſoeuer.

  97. Cap. 99. ¶An other for the ſame.

  98. Cap. 100. ¶An Excellent good Medicine for any maner of Biles, White blowes, Fellyns of Vncomes.

  99. Cap. 101. ¶An other Experienced Medicine for to ripen any Byles, Whiteblowes, Fellyns, or any other Vncomes whatſoeuer.

  100. Cap. 102. ¶An Excellent good Medicine to purge the Bladder of one that cannot Piſſe.

  101. Cap. 103. ¶An other for the ſame.

  102. Cap. 104. ¶An other for the ſame.

  103. Cap. 105. ¶A very good Medicine to cauſe one to make Water that cannot, & alſo againſt the Stone.

  104. Cap. 106. ¶An other for the ſame.

  105. Cap. 107. ¶An other for the ſame.

  106. Cap. 108. ¶A medicine for one that cannot piſſe.

  107. Cap. 109. ¶An other for the ſame.

  108. Cap. 110. ¶An other medicine for one that piſſeth Bloud.

  109. Cap. 111. ¶verie good medicine to cauſe one to piſſe that cannot.

  110. Cap. 112. ¶A medicine to prouoke vrine.

  111. Cap. 113. ¶An other for the ſame.

  112. Cap. 114. ¶A very good Medicine to cauſe one to piſſe that cannot.

  113. Cap. 115. ¶An other Medicine to prouoke Vrine very ſpeadely.

  114. Cap. 116. ¶A Medicine to heale a Canker vpon the Yarde.

  115. Cap. 117. ¶A very good Medicine for the ſwellinge of the Yarde or Coddes.

  116. Cap. 118. ¶An Excellent good remedie for the burning & intollerable heate of Vrine.

  117. Cap. 119.

  118. Cap. 120. ¶A marueilous good drinke to clenſe the Bladder which muſt bee drunke after the ſtone is diſperced, and to cauſe it to be done away by Shieuers.

  119. ¶A good Medicine to helpe the ſwellinge of the Yarde.

  120. Cap. 122. ¶A very good Medicine to ſtaunch bloud.

  121. Cap. 123. ¶An other Medicine of ſt•••ch •e bleeding at the Noſe.

  122. Cap. 124. ¶An Excellent remedie for to ſtaunch the bleeding at the Noſe, yf bleede neuer ſoe freſhlie.

  123. Cap. 125. ¶A ſinguler medicine for to ſtaunch the bleeding at the noſe.

  124. Cap. 126. ¶Another for the ſame.

  125. Cap. 127.

  126. Cap. 128. ¶Another for the ſame.

  127. Cap. 129. ¶Another for the ſame.

  128. Cap. 130. ¶Another approued medicine for the ſtaunching of blood.

  129. Cap. 131. ¶A very good Medicine to ſtaunch bloud, when noe thinge elſe will ſtoppe it, by reaſon that the vaines are cut, or that the wound is greate.

  130. Cap. 132. ¶An other for the ſame.

  131. Cap. 133.

  132. Cap. 134. ¶A very good Medicine to ſtaunch the bleeding at the Noſe.

  133. Cap. 135. ¶A preſent remedy to ſtaunch the bleeding of any Cut or Wounde.

  134. Cap. 136.

  135. Cap. 139. ¶An excellent remedie for one that ſpitteth blood.

  136. Cap. 133. ¶Another for the ſame.

  137. Cap. 141. ¶Another for the ſame.

  138. Cap. 142. ¶A Medicine for the byting of any Venemous beaſt.

  139. Cap. 143. ¶A Medicine for the biting of a madde Dogge.

  140. Cap. 144. ¶A Rule to knowe what thinges are good and holoſome for the Braine.

  141. Cap. 145. ¶Theſe Thinges are ill for the Braine.

  142. Cap. 146. ¶A very good Medicine for to be vſed of one that hath a ſtinking breath.

  143. Cap. 147. ¶An other approued Medicine for a ſtinking Breath.

  144. Cap. 148. ¶An other for the ſame.

  145. Cap. 149. ¶A medicine for the Tiſicke, and ſtopping in the Breaſt, and to open the Pipes.

  146. Cap. 150. ¶A good Medicine for the ſtopping in the breſte.

  147. Cap. 151. ¶An excellent Medicine for all maner of diſeaſes in the breſte, & againſt all Impoſtumes, Coughes, and Pluriſies.

  148. Cap. 152. ¶A very good Medicine for to increaſe Milke in a Woemans breaſtes.

  149. Cap. 153. ¶An other for the ſame.

  150. Cap. 154. ¶An other for the ſame.

  151. Cap. 155. ¶An other for the ſame.

  152. Cap. 156. ¶An excellent good Medicine, for a Woman that hath a ſore or ſwellinge breſte.

  153. Cap. 157. ¶An other approued Medicine to breake the ſore of a womans breſt.

  154. Cap. 158. ¶A Medicine for the ſwelling of a Womans breaſt, after the wayning of a Childe.

  155. Cap. 158. ¶An approued Medicine for an old Sore or Bruſe.

  156. Cap. 159. ¶An Excellent good Medicine for a bruſe.

  157. Cap. 160. ¶A good Medicine for any maner of bruſe in the Armes, Legges, or elſe where.

  158. Cap. 161. ¶An approued Medicine for any Bruſe or other ſore, which is vnriped.

  159. Cap. 162. ¶A Medicine for a bruſe or ſtraine.

  160. Cap. 163. ¶A Medicine for a bruſe.

  161. Cap. 164. ¶A Moſt ſinguler good Oyle made of Camamill, which is good for all maner of bruſes, Splenes, and Swellinges.

  162. Cap. 165. ¶An excellent good Medicine for to be drunke of one that is burſt in the Belly, or Coddes.

  163. Cap. 166. ¶An other for the ſame.

  164. Cap. 167. ¶A very good Plaiſter for a bruſe.

  165. Cap. 168. ¶A Medicine for a bruſe or cut.

  166. Cap. 169. ¶An Excellent good Drinke to heale all maner of bruſes.

  167. Cap. 170. ¶A very good Medicine to ſkinne any old Sore or bruſe.

  168. Cap. 171.

  169. Cap. 172. ¶An other for the ſame.

  170. Cap. 173. ¶Another for the ſame.

  171. Cap. 174. ¶A very good Oyntement for any maner of Burning of Gunnpoweder, or Scauldinge with Water.

  172. Cap. 175. ¶An other very good Oyntemente for any maner of burning with fire, or otherwiſe Whatſoeuer.

  173. Cap. 176. ¶A very good Medicine for any maner of Burning with Fire, or Scalding with water.

  174. Cap. 177. ¶A very good remedie for any burning or ſcaldwith a Handegunne, or otherwiſe.

  175. Cap. 178. ¶Another for the ſame.

  176. Cap. 179. ¶A Medicine to take away a heate or burning with Gun-pouder.

  177. Cap. 180. ¶An other Medicine for Burning or Scaulding.

  178. Cap. 181. ¶Another for the ſame.

  179. Cap. 182. ¶A Medicine for burning or ſkalding in what place ſo euer it be.

  180. Cap. 183. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  181. Cap. 184. ¶A good Medicine for a burning, for lacke of other thinges.

  182. Cap. 185. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  183. Cap. 186. ¶An other approued Medicine, for any burning or ſcalding.

  184. Cap. 187. ¶Another for the ſame.

  185. Cap. 188. ¶An other for the ſame.

  186. Cap. 189. ¶A very good Medicine for any burninge with fire.

  187. Cap. 190. ¶An approued Medicine for any maner of burning or Scauldinge, be yt with fire, Oyle, or with Gunpowder.

  188. Cap. 191. ¶An excellent remedy for a Canker.

  189. Cap. 192. ¶An other for the ſame.

  190. Cap. 193. ¶A very good water to kill the Canker and Scurfe in the mouth.

  191. Cap. 194. ¶A Medicine for a Canker in the mouth, both white and red: the white Canker will breake out, but the red will not: Alſo this Medicine is very good for any ſore lips, ſore legges, or any other ſores.

  192. Cap. 195. ¶An excellent Remedie for a Canker in the mouth or throate, or elſe to waſh your teeth that be hollow and ſtinke.

  193. Cap. 195. ¶A very good Medicine for a Cankar in the mouth.

  194. Cap. 196. ¶An other Medicine to drie vp the Canker and to ſtay it.

  195. Cap. 197. ¶A very good Medicine for a Canker, or diſeaſe of the G•mme• or throate.

  196. Cap. 199. ¶A Medicine to cure any Canker in the mouth.

  197. Cap. 200. ¶An other for the ſame.

  198. Cap. 201. ¶A Medicine to cure a Canker in a womans pappes.

  199. Cap. 202. ¶A very good water for to clenſe the mouth, and to faſten teeth.

  200. Cap. 203. ¶An excellent good Medicine for a Canker.

  201. Cap. 204. ¶A Medicine for a Canker in the mouth.

  202. Cap. 205. ¶A Medicine for a Canker, or a ſore mouth.

  203. Cap. 206. ¶An excellent good Medicine for a woman labouring of Childbirth.

  204. Cap. 207. ¶An other for the ſame.

  205. Cap. 208. ¶A preſent remedy for a woman that traueleth with childe, to helpe her to a ſpeady and good deliuerance.

  206. Cap. 209. ¶A Medicine for the Crampe.

  207. Cap. 210. ¶A very good Medicine for a Chincough.

  208. Cap. 211. ¶Another for the ſame.

  209. Cap. 212. ¶An approued Medicine for a Cough.

  210. Cap. 213. ¶A very good Medicine to take away a cough, or ſtitch.

  211. Cap. 214.

  212. Cap. 215. ¶An excellent good drinke to breake the cough.

  213. Cap. 216. ¶A Medicine for the Cough, and for the ſtraightnes of the pipes.

  214. Cap. 217. ¶An excellent good and approued Medicine againſt an extreame Cough.

  215. Cap. 218. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  216. Cap. 219.

  217. Cap. 220. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  218. Cap. 221. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  219. Cap. 222. ¶A very good Medicine for the Cough, and to breake the fleagme.

  220. Cap. 228. ¶A ſoueraigne Medicine for the cough of the Lungs.

  221. Cap. 229. ¶Another for the ſame.

  222. Cap. 230. ¶A Medicine for the cough of the Lungs, and for the Rewme.

  223. Cap. 231. ¶A very good Medicine for the Colde.

  224. Cap. 232. ¶Another for the ſame.

  225. Cap. 233. ¶A Medicine for the ſtopping of the noſe and head, which commeth by reaſon of colde.

  226. Cap. 234. ¶A very good Drinke for a Cold or Cough.

  227. Cap. 235. ¶Another very good Drinke for the colde, and to open the Pipes.

  228. Cap. 236. ¶A good Medicine to take away any Corne in your Toe, or elſe-where.

  229. Cap. 237. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  230. Cap. 238. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  231. Cap. 239. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  232. Cap. 240.

  233. Cap. 241. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  234. Cap. 242. ¶A foueraigne Medicine for the Collick.

  235. Cap. 243. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  236. Cap. 244. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  237. Cap. 245. ¶An approued Medicine for the Collick and Stone.

  238. Cap. 246. ¶A Medicine to be vſed for the Collicke and Stone in manner of a Plaiſter.

  239. Cap. 247. ¶A good Medicine for the Collicke.

  240. Cap. 248. ¶A good Medicine for a woman that is troubled with the Collicke.

  241. Cap. 249. ¶A good Medicine for the Stone.

  242. Cap. 250. ¶An excellent good Medicine for the Collick.

  243. Cap. 251. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  244. Cap. 252. ¶An approued Medicine for the Collick and Stone.

  245. Cap. 253. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  246. Cap. 254. ¶An approued Medicine for the Collick and Stone.

  247. Cap. 255. ¶An excellent good and perfect Medicine to cure the Collick, Stone, and Stranguary.

  248. Cap. 256. ¶A Medicine to cure the Collick and Stone.

  249. Cap. 257. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  250. Cap. 258. ¶A very good Medicine for the Collicke.

  251. Cap. 259. ¶A Medicine for the Collicke and Stone.

  252. Cap. 260. ¶An aproued Medicine for the Collicke.

  253. Cap. 261. ¶An aproued Medicine for the Stone.

  254. Winde Collicke.

  255. Cap. 263. ¶An excellent Medicine for the Windy Collicke.

  256. Cap. 264. ¶Another Medicine for the ſame.

  257. Conſumption.

  258. Cap. 266. ¶A remedy for a Conſumption in the Reines.

  259. Deafeneſſe.

  260. Cap. 268. ¶An approued Medicine for deafeneſſe.

  261. Cap. 269. ¶An excellent Medicine for one that is deafe, and that his hearing is almoſt cleane gone.

  262. Waters for the Eyes.

    _ ¶A ſpeciall good water for to preſerue the eyeſight.

    _ ¶A Medicine for ſore eyes.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine to kill the pinne and the webbe in the eye.

    _ ¶Another ſoueraigne Medicine for the webbe in the eye, if it be olde.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine to cleare the eyeſight.

    _ ¶A Medicine for bleared eyes.

    _ ¶A Medicine for eyes that are bloudſhot and red.

    _ ¶A Medicine for to kill a pearle or web in the eye.

    _ ¶An experienced water for the eyes.

  263. Face.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine to deſtroy any beate in the face, or in any other place, although it be S. Anthonies fire.

    _ ¶Another very good Medicine for a red or high coloured face.

    _ ¶Another Medicine to take away the pimples and high colour out of ones face, be it neuer ſo farre gone.

    _ ¶A Medicine for to make ones face cleare, and to ſhine.

  264. Falling Euill.

    _ ¶An excellent good remedy for the Falling Euill.

    _ ¶Another very good Medicine for the ſame.

    _ ¶Another Medicine for the ſame. ¶A very good Medicine for the bloudie Flux.TAke Plantine, Knotty-graſſe, & Sheppards purſe, of each _ ¶A very good Medicine for the bloudie Flux.

    _ ¶Another excellent good Medicine to ſtop the bloudie Flix.

    _ ¶An experienced Medicine to ſtay the bloudie Flix.

  265. Gowte.

    _ ¶An experienced Medicine for the Goute.

    _ ¶Another good Medicine for the Gowt, or any other ache.

    _ ¶A Medicine for the Gowte.

  266. Greene Sicknes.

    _ ¶An approued Medicine for the Greene Sicknes.

    _ ¶A Medicine for the Greene Sicknes.

    _ ¶A Medicine for to take away any extreame ache, or ſwimming in the head.

    _ ¶An excellent good Medicine for the Head-ach or Megrime.

    _ ¶Another Medicine for a continuall head-ach.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine to clenſe or purge the Head.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine for the head-ach.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine for the Megrime truly proued.

  267. Iaundiſe.

    _ ¶A Medicine for the black Iaundiſe.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine for the yelow Iaundiſe.

    _ ¶A Medicine for the yellow.

    _ ¶A preſent remedy for an Itch.

  268. Liuer.

    _ ¶A Medicine for the ſtopping in the Liuer.

    _ ¶Another Medicine for the heate of the Liuer, or drineſſe in the hands.

    _ ¶A very good drinke made of Whey, for to coole the extreame heate of the Liuer and Stomacke.

    _ ¶An approued Medicine for the Mother.

  269. Morphew.

    _ ❀ A very ſpeedy remedy for the Morphew.

  270. Piles or Emerodes.

    _ ¶An excellent remedy for the Piles.

    _ ¶A Medicine to ſtaunch the bleeding of the Piles.

  271. French Poxe.

    _ ❀ An excellent good water for the French Poxe.

    _ ¶A maruellous good oyntment for the French Poxe.

    _ ¶A good Medicine to kill the great Pocke.

    _ ¶Another for the ſame.

    _ ¶An excellent good Medicine to heale the French Pox.

    _ ¶Another for the ſame.

  272. Small Poxe.

    _ ¶A Medicine to driue out the ſmall Poxe.

    _ ¶Another for the ſame.

  273. Purgations.

  274. Plague and peſtilence.

    _ ¶A preſeruatiue by correcting the ayre in all houſes.

    _ ¶A preſeruatiue againſt the Plague.

    _ ¶An excellent good drinke to be taken euery morning for a preſeruatiue againſt the Plague, and for to auoide infection.

    _ ¶A ſpeciall preſeruatiue againſt the Plague.

    _ ❀ Medicines to be vſed after infection taken.

  275. Suppoſitarie.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine to be drunke, ſuſpecting any to haue the Plague.

    _ ❀ An excellent Medicine for the Plague.

    _ ❀ A very good Medicine for the Plague.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine againſt the Plague.

    _ ❀ A Medicine to breake the Botch.

    _ ❀ A maruellous good drinke for them that are infected with the Plague.

    _ ❀ An excellent Medicine to ripen and to bring foorth the ſore.

  276. Suppoſitarie.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine to be drunke, ſuſpecting any to haue the Plague.

    _ ❀ An excellent Medicine for the Plague.

    _ ❀ A very good Medicine for the Plague.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine againſt the Plague.

    _ ❀ A Medicine to breake the Botch.

    _ ❀ A maruellous good drinke for them that are infected with the Plague.

    _ ❀ An excellent Medicine to ripen and to bring foorth the ſore.

  277. Ringwormes or Tetters.

    _ ¶A Medicine to kill a Ringworme or Tetter, or any other maner of Itch.

  278. Salues.

    _ ¶A very good Salue for a new cut or wound that will not ceaſe bleeding.

    _ ¶An excellent Salue for a cut.

    _ ¶A very good way to make the blacke Salue, that cureth all old ſores and vlcers, be they neuer ſo great, foule, and ſtinking.

    _ ¶An aproued Medicine to keepe teeth from ſtinking, and alſo to make them white.

    _ ¶A moſt excellent remedy to eaſe the raging paine of the teeth.

    _ ¶A very good Medicine for the tooth-ache.

  279. Wormes.

    _ ¶A Medicine for Wormes in a Childes belly.

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