The orders and directions, of the right honourable the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, to be diligently observed and kept by the citizens of London, during the time of the present visitation of the plague As also, rules and instructions, to all brewers, butchers, fish-mongers, victualling-houses, hackney-coaches, brokers, and the rest of the inhabitants, both in city and suburbs. With divers excellent receipts, as well for the cure of the plague, as for preventing the further increase and infection thereof, by Gods blessing and assistance: set forth and approved of by the learned Sir Walter Rawleigh, Mr. Culpepper, and divers other famous physicians and doctors; and now published for the use and benefit of all his Majesties liege subjects.
Printed for George Horton, living near the Three Crowns in Barbican,
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