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In Grays-Inn-Lane in Plow-Yard, the third door, lives Dr. Thomas Kirleus, a collegiate physician, and sworn physician in ordinary to King Charles the second, until his death : who with a drink and a pill (hindring no business) undertakes to cure any ulcers, sores, swellings in the nose, face, or other parts, scabs, itch, scurfs, leprosies, and venereal disease, expecting nothing until the cure be finished ... a better purger than which was never given, for they cleanse the body of all impurities, which are the causes of dropsies, gouts, scurvies, stone or gravel, pains in the head, and other parts ... he cures all fevers and hot distempers without bleeding, except in few bodies. He gives his opinion to all that writes or comes for nothing.

  • Kirleus, Thomas
  • Ephemera

About this work


Small advertisement. Probably cut from The Athenian Mercury. The end of the statement: "Printed for John Donton, at the Raven in the Poultry." is under the text.


[London] : [publisher not identified], 1693.

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1 sheet ; 6 x 9 cm


  • English

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