The royal physician or The perfect charitable physician divided into three parts. Teaching by order alphabetical, the names, qualities, faculties, vertues manifest, ocult or hidden of simple medicaments, the form or method to prescrive, the manner to made and prepare at home, with ease and little expense, remedies external and internal, proper and necessar [sic] for careing all sorts of diseases; the use and time to be given, and the marks and figures of medicine. A work most useful and necessar [sic] to all sorts of persons, and to all lovers of medicine. Written originally in French, by Charles de Saint Germain, Esquire, doctor of physick, counsellour and physician in ordinar [sic] to the King of France. Faithfully Englished.
printed by John Reid,
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