Oriatrike, or, Physick refined : the common errors therein refuted, and the whole art reformed & rectified : being a new rise and progress of phylosophy and medicine for the destruction of diseases and prolongation of life
Second part (p. 815-1161) has special t.p.: Opuscula medica inaudita : that is, Unheard of little works of medicine : being treatises 1. of the disease of the stone, 2. of fevers, 3. of the humors of Galen, 4. of the pest or plague. London : Printed for Lodowick Loyd ... , 1662.
"The translators premonition to the candid reader" signed: John Chandler.
Contains a translation of the preface to the original edition by F.M. van Helmont.
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