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1. The anatomy of humane bodies: with figures drawn after the life by some of the best masters in Europe, and curiously engraven in one hundred and fourteen copper plates, illustrated with large explications, containing many new anatomical discoveries, and chirurgical observations : to which is added an introduction explaining the animal oeconomy, with a copious index

11. London's dreadful visitation, or, A collection of all the bills of mortality for this present year: beginning the 27th of December 1664, and ending the 19th of December following : as also, the general or whole years bill : according to the report made to the King's most excellent Majesty, by the Company of Parish-Clerks of London, &c

13. A sure guide, or, the best and nearest way to physick and chirurgery: that is to say, the art of healing by medicine, and manual operation : being an anatomical description of the whole body of man, and its parts, with their respective diseases, demonstrated from the fabrick and use of the said parts : in six books

14. Pharmacopoeia Londinensis, or, The London dispensatory: further adorned by the studies and collections of the fellows, now living in the said colledg : being that book by which all apothecaries are bound to make up all the medicines in their shops

15. The anatomy of melancholy: what it is, with all the kinds causes, symptomes, prognostickes, & severall cures of it : in three partitions, with their severall sections, members & subsections, philosophically, medicinally, historically, opened & cut up

16. Bartholinus anatomy: made from the precepts of his father, and from the observations of all modern anatomists, together with his own : with one hundred fifty and three figures, cut in brass, much larger and better than any have been heretofore printed in English : in four books and four manuals, answering to the said books

17. A psalm of thanksgiving, to be sung by the children of Christ's-Hospital: on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in Easter holy-days, according to ancient custom, at St. Mary Spittle, for their founders and benefactors,1678. The true report of the great number of poor children, and other poor people, maintained in the several hospitals, under the pious care of the Lord Mayor, commonality, and citizens of the City of London, the year last past

18. Mathematicall recreations, or, A collection of many problemes, extracted out of the ancient and modern philosophers: as secrets and experiments in arithmetick, geometry, cosmographie, horologiographie, astronomie, navigation, musick, opticks, architecture, statick, mechanicks, chemistry, water-works, fire-works, &c : not vulgarly manifest till now

20. The secrets of Albertus Magnus: of the vertues of hearbs, stones, and certain beasts : whereunto is newly added a short discourse of the seven planets gove[r]ning the nativities of children : also a book of the same authour, of the marvailous things of the world, and of certaine things caused of certaine beasts

21. A rich storehouse, or, treasury for the diseased: wherein is discovered 69. rare secrets to cure most diseases : many of them never before in print : set forth for the benefit of all those that shall make use of them by a well-wisher of his country

23. The practice of physick, or, the law of God (called nature) in the body of man: confuting by manifest and manifold experiences many learned men, as well as the authors, the rules and methods conserning sicknesses and changes in mans body ... : In the second part of this book is a Practice of physick, drawn from the best of moderns ... : to which is added, A treatise of diseases from witchcraft

26. Choice and profitable secrets both physicall, and chirurgical: formerly concealed, by the deceased Dutchess of Lenox, and now published for the use and benefit of such as live far from physicians and chirurgions : being approved of by eminent doctors, and published by their charitable advice for the publique good : whereunto is annexed, A discovery of the natures and properties of all such herbs which are most commonly known, and grow in countrey gardens

27. Man and woman their own doctor, or, a salve for every sore: being a book full of rare receipts for the most dangerous distempers incident to the bodies of men, women, and children : and very fit to be in all families, in this crasie, sickly, and bad times : gathered out of the library of that famous traveller, Docter Ponteous ; and now published for the good, and benefit of all people whatsoever

28. The Compleat midwife's practice enlarged: in the most weighty and high concernments of the birth of man : containing a perfect directory, for rules for midwives and nurses : and also a guide for women in their conception, bearing and nursing of children : from the experience of our English authors : viz. Sir Theodore Mayern, Dr. Chamberlain, Mr. Nich. Culpeper, and other foreign nations : with instructions of the Queen of France's midwife to her daughter, a little before her death, touching the practice of the said art : as also a farther discovery of those secrets kept close in the breast of Sir Theodore Mayern, Mr. Nicholas Culpeper, and other English writers, not made publick 'till now

30. A little book of rare receipts for the cure of several distempers: viz, The King's evil, stone, chollick, black and yellow jaundice, piles, ague, worms, black thrush in children's mouths, breakings out in their infancy, rickets, small-pox, the itch, etc. : set forth for the benefit of all poor Christians

31. Bartholinus anatomy: made from the precepts of his father, and from the observations of all modern anatomists : together with his own : with one hundred fifty and three figures, cut in brass, much larger and better than any have been heretofore printed in English : in four books and four manuals, answering to the said books

32. The anatomy of melancholy: vvhat it is ; vvith all the kindes, causes, symptomes, prognosticks, and seuerall cures of it ; in three maine partitions, with their seuerall sections, members, and subsections ; philosophically, medicinally, historically opened and cut vp

33. The anatomy of melancholy: what it is, with all the kinds causes, symptomes, prognostickes, & seuerall cures of it ; in three partitions, with their severall sections, members & subsections ; philosophically, medicinally, historically, opened & cut up

34. The optick glasse of humors or The touchstone of a golden temperature, or the Philosophers stone to make a golden temper: wherein the foure complections sanguine, cholericke, phligmaticke, melancholicke are succinctly painted forth and their externall intimates laid open to the purblind eye of ignorance it selfe, by which euery one may iudge, of what complection he is, and answerably learne what is most sutable to his nature

35. The displaying of supposed witchcraft: wherein is affirmed that there are many sorts of deceivers and impostors, and divers persons under a passive delusion of melancholy and fancy : but that there is a corporeal league made betwixt the devil and the witch, or that he sucks on the witches body, has carnal copulation, or that witches are turned into cats, dogs, raise tempests, or the like, is utterly denied and disproved : wherein also is handled, the existence of angels and spirits, the truth of apparitions, the nature of astral and sydereal spirits, the force of charms, and philters, with other abstruse matters

36. Natural magick

38. The tryal of Spencer Cowper, Esq., John Marson, Ellis Stevens, and William Rogers, Gent: upon an indictment for the murther of Mrs. Sarah Stout, a Quaker : before Mr. Baron Hatsell, at Hertford assizes, July 18. 1699 : of which they were acquitted : with the opinions of the eminent physicians and chyrurgeons on both sides, concerning drowned bodies, delivered in the tryal and the several letters produced in court

40. A True relation of a barbarous bloody murther, committed by Philip Standsfield upon the person of Sir James Standsfield his father: giving an account of the many inhumane practices and unnatural contrivances he used ... : and how ... he murthered him in his bed-chamber, threw him into a river, and gave out he drowned himself ... : and by what means, the body being again taken up, the murther was discovered ... : for which ... he was tryed, condemned and executed

41. The compleat horseman: discovering the surest marks of the beauty, goodness, faults and imperfections of horses : the signs and causes of their diseases, the true method both of their preservation and cure : with reflections on the regular and preposterous use of bleeding and purging : also the art of shooing, with the several kinds of shooes, adapted to the various defects of bad feet, and the preservation of good : together with the best method of breeding colts; backing 'em, and making their mouths, &c (Volume 1)

42. The compleat horseman: discovering the surest marks of the beauty, goodness, faults and imperfections of horses : the signs and causes of their diseases, the true method both of their preservation and cure : with reflections on the regular and preposterous use of bleeding and purging : also the art of shooing, with the several kinds of shooes, adapted to the various defects of bad feet, and the preservation of good : together with the best method of breeding colts; backing 'em, and making their mouths, &c

43. The compleat horseman: discovering the surest marks of the beauty, goodness, faults and imperfections of horses : the signs and causes of their diseases, the true method both of their preservation and cure : with reflections on the regular and preposterous use of bleeding and purging : also the art of shooing, with the several kinds of shooes, adapted to the various defects of bad feet, and the preservation of good : together with the best method of breeding colts; backing 'em, and making their mouths, &c (Volume 2)

45. The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis of Christ-Church in Oxford, and Sidley Professor of Natural Philosophy in the famous University: viz. I. Of fermentation. II. Of feavours. III. Of urines. IV. Of the accension of the bloud. V. Of musculary motion. VI. Of the anatomy of the brain. VII. Of the description and use of the nerves. VIII. Of convulsive diseases ; with large alphabetical tables for the whole, and an index for the explaining all the hard and unusual words and terms of art, derived from the Latine, Greek, or other languages, for the benefit of the meer English reader, and meanest capacity ; with eighteen copper plates

47. The anatomy of an horse: containing an exact and full description of the frame, situation and connexion of all his parts, (with their actions and uses) exprest in forty nine copper-plates : to which is added an appendix, containing two discourses, the one, of the generation of animals : and the other, of the motion of the chyle, and the circulation of the bloud