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161. 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

162. Pharmacopoeia hippiatrica: or, The gentleman farrier's repository of elegant and approved remedies for the diseases of horses : in two books, containing, I. the surgical : II. the medical part of practical farriery : with suitable remarks on the whole

164. A plain and practical discovery of the nature and cause of the secret disease: to which is appended, The grand impostor discover'd ; being remarks upon The practical and philosophical scheme of the secret disease : wherein is made appear ... the insufficiency of that author's royal specifick, ... to perform any radical cure, &c

165. A plain and short treatise of an apoplexy, convulsions, colick, twisting of the guts, poisons, bleeding at nose, vomiting of blood, stone in the kidneys, quinsey, mother-fits, miscarriage, hard labour, acute diseases of women in childbed: and several other dangerous and violent diseases that come of a sudden, and require present help : shewing the sick or by-standers what ought presently to be done : together with proper remedies for each disease, and plain directions for the use of them

170. The poor man's physician, or the receipts of the famous John Moncrief of Tippermalloch: being a choice collection of simple and easy remedies for most distempers ... : to which is added, the method of curing the small pox and scurvy, by the eminent Dr. Archibald Pitcairn

175. A practical treatise or, Second thoughts on the consequences of the venereal disease: in three parts ... ; to which is annex'd a vindication of the practice of salivating

176. 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

181. 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

182. A rational and useful account of the venereal disease: with observations on the nature, symptoms, and cure ... ; also a short enquiry into old gleets, and other weaknesses ... ; to which are added, some hints on the practical scheme, the methods and medicines therein expos'd ... ; with an account of specificks

190. 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

192. 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

193. The sentiments of the professors of physick, in the foreign universities: concerning the operations and method of curing the diseases incident to the eye, as practised by John Taylor, doctor of physick, surgeon, oculist to his Majesty, and Fellow of several Colleges of Physicians in foreign parts

196. A short account of the venereal disease: with observations on the nature, symptoms, and cure ... Together with some hints on the Practical Scheme ... To which is added, a short account of old gleets, and other weaknesses ... As also an account of specificks

198. A short essay on the virtues of Dr. Norris's drops for fevers: to which are added, letters and certificates of many extraordinary cures, among a great number of others not made public, incontestibly proving their sovereign efficacy in fevers, &c

199. A short essay on the virtues of Dr. Norris's drops for fevers: to which are added, letters and certificates of many extraordinary cures, among a great number of others not make publick, incontestibly proving their sovereign efficacy in fevers, &c