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- Tags: London (England)
[The vertuose boke of the distyllacyon of all maner of waters of the herbes in this present volume expressed : with the fygures of the stillatoryes to that noble worke belongyng fyrst made and compyled by the thirtye yeres studye and labour of the moste famous and expert master of phisyke, Master Iherom bruynswyke, in hye Almayne, and now of late newly translated into Englysshe out of duche by me Laurence andrew to the synguler, profyte, helth and cure, of myn euyn crysten in theyr diseases, and in especyall for them of thys noble royalme of Englonde, my natyfe contrey ; ye shall vnderstande that the great Master Auycenna testifyeth in his fourth canon that the waters be farre better than the herbes in theyr operacyons].
Author: Hieronymus Brunschwig
Publisher: [publisher not identified]
A Christian directory, or, A summ of practical theologie, and cases of conscience: directing Christians, how to use their knowledge and faith, how to improve all helps and means, and to perform all duties, how to overcome temptations, and to escape or mortifie every sin: in four parts...
Author: Richard Baxter
Publisher: Printed, by Robert White, for Nevil Simmons
A compendious and very fruteful treatyse teachynge the waye of dyenge well: writen to a frende by the flowre of lerned men of his tyme
Author: Thomas Lupsete [Lupset]
Place: Londini [London]
Publisher: ex edibus Thomae Bertheleti regii impressoris
Instructions for a right comforting afflicted consciences: with speciall antidotes against some grievous temptations delivered for the most part in the lecture at Kettering in Northamptonshire by Robert Bolton ...
Author: Robert Bolton
Publisher: Printed by T.H. for Thomas Weaver
The auncient ecclesiastical histories of the first six hundred yeares after Christ, written in the Greeke tongue by three learned Historiographers, Eusebius, Socrates, and Evagrius. ; Eusebius Pamphilus Bishop of Caesarea in Palaestina wrote 10. bookes. Socrates Scholasticus of Constantinople wrote 7. bookes. Evagrius Scholasticus of Antioch wrote 6. bookes. whereunto is annexed Dorotheus Bishop of Tyrus, of the lives and ends of the Prophets, Apostles, and 70. Disciples. ; All which Authors are faithfully translated out of the Greeke tongue by Meredith Hanmer Doctor of Divinitie. ; Last of all, herein is contained a briefe Chronographie collected by the said Translator, with a copious Index of the principall matters throughout all the Histories.
Publisher: Printed by Richard Field
The Institution of Christian Religion, written in Latine by M. John Calvine, and translated into English according to the authors last edition, by Thomas Norton.
Author: Jean Calvin
Publisher: Thomas Vautrollier for William Norton
The scholemaster, or, Plaine and perfite way of teaching children to vnderstand, write and speake the Latin tong
but specially purposed for the priuate bringing vp of youth in Ientlemen and Noble mens houses, and commodious also for all such, as haue forgot the Latin tonge, and would, by them selues, without a Scholemaster, in short time, and with small paines, recouer r a sufficient habilitie, to understand, write and speake Latin.
Author: Roger Ascham
Publisher: Printed by Iohn Daye
The touchstone of complexions: expedient and profitable for all such as bee desirous and carefull of their bodily health: containing most ready tokens, whereby every one may perfectly try, and thorowly know, as well the exact state, habit, disposition, and constitution of his body outwardly, as also the inclinations, affections, motions and desires of his minde inwardly
Author: Levinus Lemnius
Publisher: Printed by E. A[llde] for Michael Sparke
Tags: 1600-1699, English, Latin, Levinus Lemnius, London (England), Medicine
Theatrum Botanicum = The theater of plants; or, An herball of a large extent : containing therein a more ample and exact history and declaration of the physicall herbs and plants that are in other authours, encreased by the accesse of many hundreds of nevv, rare, and strange plants from all the parts of the world, with sundry gummes, and other physicall materials, than hath beene hitherto published by any before; and a most large demonstration of their natures and vertues : shewing vvithall the many errors, differences, and oversights of sundry authors that have formerly written of them; and a certaine confidence, or most probable conjecture of the true and genuine herbes and plantes : distributed into sundry classes or tribes, for the more easie knowledge of the many herbes of one nature and property, with the chiefe notes of Dr. Lobel, Dr. Bonham, and others inserted therein collected by the many yeares travaile, industry, and experience in this subject, by John Parkinson, Apothecary of London, and the Kings Herbarist ; and published by the Kings Majestyes especiall priviledge.
Author: John Parkinson
Publisher: Printed by Tho. Cotes
Tags: 1600-1699, Botany, English, Greek, Latin, London (England), Pre-Linnean works