Medicina magica tamen physica: magical, but natural physick. Or A methodical tractate of diastatical physick Containing the general cures of all infirmities: and of the most radical, fixed, and malignant diseases belonging, not only to the body of man, but to all other animal and domestick creatures whatsoever, and that by way of transplantation. With a description of a most excellent cordial out of gold, much to be estimated. Published by Samuel Boulton, Salop,
printed by T[homas]. C[hilde]. for N[athaniel]. Brook, at the Angel in Cornhil,
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