Tractatus, de facultatibus simplicium, the second part of the treatise of the nature and qualitie of such physical simples as are most frequently used in medicines. Methodically handled for the benefit of those that understand not the Latine tongue. To which is added many compound medicines for many diseases incident to manking; as also an alphabetical table at the latter end very necessary for the reader. By Robert Pemell practicioner of physick, at Cranebrooke in Kent.
Printed by J. Legatt, for Philemon Stephens, at the guilded Lion in Pauls Church-yard.,
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