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Natures restorative: or, health-procuring spirit.

Pordage, John, 1607-1681.
[between 1671 and 1681]

About this work


[London] : [publisher not identified], [between 1671 and 1681]

Physical description

8 pages ; 4to (19 cm)


Caption title.

Range of dates based on appointment of Seller as the King's Hydrographer in 1671 and the death of the author in 1681.

List of sellers on p. 7-8 probably refers to availability of the drug, but includes booksellers: "To be had at the authors house in Leather-Lane in Holbourn. At Mr. Sellers, at the Hermitage-Bridge, the Kings Hydrographer; Mr. Brown a cutler, at the west-end of the Royal Exchange in Cornhil: at Mr. Budds, the corner shop in Kings-Street in Cheapside: at Mr. Harpers, a book-seller over against Cliffords-Inn-Lane in Fleetstreet: Mr. Pool a stationer, by St. Clement's-Inn: Mr. Johnson a grocer, over against the Fountain-Tavern in the Strand: Mr. Gillyflower book-seller in Westminster-Hall, at the corner shop, next the Kings-Bench."

Signature: A4 (A2 is missigned B2).

Woodcut headpiece.

Not in Wing.

Publications note

ESTC, R498225



  • English

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