APA Citation

Rivière, L., & Carr, W. (1657). The universal body of physick: In five books; comprehending the several treatises of nature, of diseases and their causes, of symptomes, of the preservation of health, and of cures. Written in Latine by that famous and learned doctor Laz. Riverius, counsellour and physician to the present King of France, and professor in the Vniversity of Montpelier. Exactly translated into English by VVilliam Carr practitioner in physick. London: printed for Philip Briggs at the Dolphin in Pauls Church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Rivière, Lazare, and William Carr. The Universal Body of Physick: In Five Books; Comprehending the Several Treatises of Nature, of Diseases and Their Causes, of Symptomes, of the Preservation of Health, and of Cures. Written in Latine By That Famous and Learned Doctor Laz. Riverius, Counsellour and Physician to the Present King of France, and Professor in the Vniversity of Montpelier. Exactly Translated Into English By VVilliam Carr Practitioner in Physick. London: printed for Philip Briggs at the Dolphin in Pauls Church-yard, 1657.

MLA Citation

Rivière, Lazare, and William Carr. The Universal Body of Physick: In Five Books; Comprehending the Several Treatises of Nature, of Diseases and Their Causes, of Symptomes, of the Preservation of Health, and of Cures. Written in Latine By That Famous and Learned Doctor Laz. Riverius, Counsellour and Physician to the Present King of France, and Professor in the Vniversity of Montpelier. Exactly Translated Into English By VVilliam Carr Practitioner in Physick. London: printed for Philip Briggs at the Dolphin in Pauls Church-yard, 1657.

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