Joyfull newes out of the new-found worlde. Wherein are declared, the rare and singuler vertues of divers herbs, trees, plantes, oyles and stones, with their applications, as well to the use of phisicke, as of chirurgery ... Also the portrature of the said hearbs / ... Englished by John Frampton ... Newley corrected ... Whereunto are added three other bookes treating of the bezaar stone, the herb escuerconera, the properties of iron and steele, in medicine, and the benefit of snow.

  • Monardes, Nicolás, approximately 1512-1588
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1596
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Joyfull newes out of the new-found worlde. Wherein are declared, the rare and singuler vertues of divers herbs, trees, plantes, oyles and stones, with their applications, as well to the use of phisicke, as of chirurgery ... Also the portrature of the said hearbs / ... Englished by John Frampton ... Newley corrected ... Whereunto are added three other bookes treating of the bezaar stone, the herb escuerconera, the properties of iron and steele, in medicine, and the benefit of snow. Public Domain Mark. Source: Wellcome Collection.

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London : Printed by E. Allde, by the assigne of Bonham Norton, 1596.

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3 unnumbered pages, 187 (i. e. 180) leaves : t.page with woodcut border, woodcuts, illustrations ; (4to)

References note

STC 18007
ESTC S112807
Luborsky & Ingram. Engl. illustrated books, 1536-1603, 18007
Sabin, 49846
STC (2nd ed.), 18007

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Each of the "three other books" has special half title
"A booke which treateth of two medicines most excellent against all venome, which are the bezaar stone, & the hearbe escuerconera ... Newley complyed by Doctor Monardus of Sevill. 1574. Translated ... by John Frampton. 1580": leaves [111r]-138r; "The dialogue of yron ... An echo for the Doctor Monardus ... In Sevill in the house of Alonso Escrivano": leaves 139r-163v; "The boke which treateth of the snow ... Written by Doctor Monardus ... 1574": leaves 173r [i. e. 164r]-187v (i. e. 180v)
STC 18007

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