The Romanists best doctor who by one infallible remedy, perfectly cures all Popish-diseases whatsoever in a quarter of an hours time, or half an hour at utmost, by an approved dose which never yet failed his patients : which approved remedy may once a month be had at Tyburn, neer Paddington, of that eminent physitian of long practice, John Ketch, Esq., Physitian to the Pope : a small dose whereof being rightly applyed ... sends the patient bolt-upright to heaven in a string without calling at Purgatory by the way : it likewise perfectly cures these Popish distempers following, though of never so long continuance : viz. treason, murther, and rebellion ...
|Main Author:||Ketch, Jack, d. 1686.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
1679/80 [i.e. 1680]
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