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The English mountebank: or, a physical dispensatory, wherein is prescribed, many strange and excellent receits of Mr Marriot, the great eater of Grays-Inn: with the manner how he makes his cordial broaths, pills, purgatious [sic], julips, and vomits, to keep his body in temper, and free from surfeits. With sundry directions, 1 How to make his cordial broath. 2 His pills to appease hunger. 3 His strange purgation; never before practised by any doctor in England. 4 The manner and reason, why he swallows bullets & stones. 5 How he orders his bak'd meat, or rare dish on Sundays. 6 How to make his new fashion fish-broath. 7 How to make his sallet, for cooling of the bloud. 8 How to make his new dish, called a frigazee: the operation whereof, expells all sadness and melancholy.

Main Author: Marriott, John, d. 1653.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: London : Printed for George Horton, 1652
Series: Early English books online.
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