This is the myrrour or glass of healthe necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, that will kepe theyr bodye from the syckenesse of the pestylence, and it sheweth howe the planettes do reygne in euery houre of the day and night, with the natures and exposicions of the xii. sygnes, deuyded by the. xii. monethes of the yeare, and shewed the remedyes for dyuers iufyrmyties [sic] and diseases that hurtethe the bodye of man.
[Imprinted at London :
In Fletestraet benethe the Conduite, at the sygne of S. Iohn Euangelyst, by Thomas Colwel,
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