Culpeper's school of physick. Or The experimental practice of the whole art. [microform] : Wherein are contained all inward diseases from the head to the foot, with their proper and effectuall cures, such diet set down as ought to be observed in sickness or in health. With other safe wayes for preserving of life, in excellent aphorismes, and approved medicines, so plainly and easily treated of, that the free-born student rightly understanding this method, may judge of the practice of physick, so far as it concerns himself, or the cure of others, &c. A work never before publisht, very necessary for all that desire to be rightly informed in physick, chyrurgery, chymistry, &c.

Responsibility
By Nich. Culpeper, late student in physick and astrology. The narrative of the authors life is prefixed, with his nativity calculated, together with the testimony of his late wife, Mrs. Alice Culpeper, and others. The general contents of this work are in the next page. With two perfect tables very useful to the reader.
Imprint
London, : Printed for N. Brook, at the Angel in Cornhill, 1659.
Physical description
[54], 361 [i.e. 461], [27] p. : ill.
Series
Thomason Tracts ; 216:E.1739[1].
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