Blagrave's supplement; or, enlargement, to Mr. Nich. Culpeper's English physician Containing a description of the form, names, place, time, celestial government, and virtues, all such medicinal plants as grow in England, and are omitted in his book, called The English-physician. And supplying the additional virtues of such plants wherein he is defective. Also with the virtues of all drugs as are found in any part of the world, and brought to be sold in our druggists and apothecaries shops, with their dangers and corrections. By Joseph Blagrave of Reading, student in physick and astrology.
printed for Obadiah Blagrave, at the sign of the Bear iu [sic] St. Paul's Church Yard, near the Little North Door,
|Edition:||The second impression. To which is annexed, a new tract of chirurgery for the cure of wounds made by gun-shot, or otherways, and remedies for the help of seamen troubled with the scurvey, and other distempers usually accompanying them; exceeding useful in times of war and peace, fitted for the meanest capacity.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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