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Companion book of complete membership in the Ralston Health Club : in seventeen departments ; being a complete study of the natural causes and the natural cures of disease, without medicines or apparatus of any kind / by Edmund Shaftesbury [pseud. of Webster Edgerly].
- Ralston Health Club.
- , [©1895]
Conversations on conditioning : the grooms' oracle, and pocket stable-directory; in which the management of horses generally, as to heath, dieting, and exercise, are considered, in a series of familiar dialogues, between two grooms engaged in training horses to their work. With notes, and an appendix, including extracts from the receipt book of John Hinds [pseud.].
- Badcock, John, active 1816-1830.
A letter from the facetious doctor Andrew Tripe [pseud.] [i.e. W. Wagstaffe], at Bath, to the venerable Nestor Ironside. With an account of the reception Mr. Ironside's late present of a Guardian met with from the worshipful Mr. Mayor, and other substantial inhabitants of that ancient city. To which is added, a prescription from the doctor, by way of postscript, exactly suited to his distemper.
- Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.
The two Sosias: or, the true Dr. Byfield [pseud.] at the Rainbow Coffee-House, to the pretender in Jermyn-street [i.e. J. Freind]. In answer to a letter, wrote by him, assisted by his two associates ... With a preface relating to the late famous exploits of the facetious Dr. Andrew Tripe [i.e. W. Wagstaffe.] As also an account of the new creed of these physicians, design'd as an appendix to the Religio medici
- Woodward, John, 1665-1728.
Aristotle's master-piece: or, The secrets of generation displayed in all the parts thereof. : Containing 1. The signs of barrenness. 2. The way of getting a boy or girl. 3. Of the likeness of children to parents. 4. Of the infusion of the soul into the infant. 5. Of monstrou births, and the reasons thereof. 6. Of the benefit of marriage to both sexes. 7. The prejudice of unequal matches. 8. The discovery of insufficiency. 9. The cause and cure of the green-sickness. 10. A discourse of virginity. 11. How a midwife ought to be qualified. 12. Directions and cautions to midwives. 13. Of the organs of generation in women 14. The fabrick of the womb. 15. The use and action of the genitals. 16. Signs of conception, and whether of a male or female. 17. To discover false conception. 18. Instructions for women with child. 19. For preventing miscarriage. 20. For women in child-bed. 21. Of ordering new-born infants, and many other very useful particulars. To which is added, a word of advice to bot
- Aristotle, pseud.