Systema medicinale, a compleat system of physick, theorical and practical In six books. Containing the names, definitions, differences, parts affected, signs, causes, prognosticks, and various methods of curing all the principal diseases, happening to the bodies of men, women, and children. Translated out of Latin into English, out of the most learned John Dolæus, being a summary of the ancient and modern way of practice, collected chiefly from Hippocrates, Galen, Paracelsus, Helmont, Willis, Sylvius, Cartesius, and others; wherein both the Galenick and chymick methods are particularly and specially explicated and exemplified: brought into this portable volume for the publick good. Whereunto is annexed a prefatory discourse concerning the method of studying and practising physick; and other accommodations relating to the same. Written by William Salmon professor of physick, living at the Blew Balcony by the Ditch-side, near Holborn-Bridge, London. LiceBsed [sic], January 24. 1685/6. Robert Midgley.
printed for T. Passinger at the three Bibles on London-Bridge, T. Sawbridge in Little-Brittain, and T. Flesher over against Distaff-Lane in the Old Change,
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