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Morison's Pills : the wonderful power of the pills exemplified showing the same person before and after having taken a dose : dedicated with profound respect to all true disciples of Esculapius, more especially to the Royal College of Physicians / by Pilula Rhubarbus, M.D., Professor of Phlebotomy to the Royal Islington abattoirs : sung by Mr. Fitzwilliam.
- Rhubarbus, Pilula.
Harwards phlebotomy; or, a treatise of letting of bloud, fitly serving, as well for an advertisement and remembrance to well minded chirurgians, as also to give a caveat generally to all men to beware of the manifold dangers, which may ensue upon rash and unadvised letting of bloud. Comprehended in two bookes ... / [Simon Harward].
- Harward, Simon, active 1572-1614.
Harvvards phlebotomy: or, A treatise of letting of bloud : fitly seruing, as well for an aduertisement and remembrance to well minded chirurgians, as also to giue a caueat generally to all men to beware of the manifold dangers, which may ensue vpon rash and vnaduised letting of bloud. Comprehended in two bookes: written by Simon Harvvard.
- Harward, Simon, active 1572-1614.
Chymical disceptations: or, Discourses upon acid and alkali. Wherein are examined the objections of Mr. Boyle against these principles. Together with a reply to a letter of Mr. S. ... wherein many errors are corrected, touching the nature of these two salts / Faithfully rendred out of French ... By J.W. To which is added, by the translator, a discourse of phlebotomy etc.
- St. André, François de.
Aimatiasis; or, The true way of preserving the bloud in its integrity, and rectifying it, if at any time polluted and degenerate : wherein Dr. Willis his errour of bleeding is reprehended ... and certain opinions of Dr. Betts in physick rejected ... phlebotomy ... declared to be destructive. Whereunto are added a stomachical spirit. Diaetetical instructions. The nature and cure of the griping of the guts.
- Thomson, George, 1619-1677.
The English phlebotomy: or, Method and way of healing by letting of blood : Very profitable in this spring time for the preseruatiue intention, and most needful al the whole yeare beside, for the curatiue intention of phisick. Collected out of good & approued authors at times of leasure from his other studies, and compiled in that order that it is: by N.G.
- Gyer, Nicholas.
Phlebotomiographia : or, a treatise of phlebotomy. Demonstrating the necessity of it in diseases; the time for elections. And likewise of the use and application of cupping-glasses, and leeches. Whereupon is added a brief and most methodicall tract of the crisis. Written originally in French, by Da de Plumis Campi chirurgion. And now faithfully rendred into English, by E.W. well-wisher to physick and chirurgery.
- Planis Campy, David de.
A-la-mode phlebotomy no good fashion: or, the copy of a letter to Dr. Hungerford, complaining of, and instancing in the phantastick behaviour and unfair dealing of some London physitians when they come to be consulted withal about sick persons living ... in the country. Whereupon ... occasion is taken to discourse of the profuse way of bloodletting ... nowadays so mightily in request ... in England / [Richard Griffith].
- Griffith, Richard, 1635?-1691.
[Phlebotomiographía], or, A treatise of phlebotomy : demonstrating the necessity of it in diseases; the time for elections. And likewise of the use and application of cupping-glasses, and leeches. Whereupon is added a brief and most methodicall tract of the crisis / Written originally in French, by Da de Plumis Campi ; and now faithfully rendred into English, by E.W. well-wisher to physick and chirurgery.
- Planis Campy, David de, 1589-approximately 1644.
A remonstrance against the mischievous abuse of phlebotomy, By Barbers and other unskilful Person, in and about the city of London: wherein is shewn the reasonableness and necessity of confining the practice of bleeding within the limits appointed by the laws of the land. In a letter to the Master, Wardens, and Court of Assistants of the Worshipful Company of Surgeons. By Thomas Godman, Surgeon.
- Godman, Thomas, 1699-1784.
- MDCCXLIX. 
An epistolary discourse concerning phlebotomy : in opposition to G. Thomson pseudo-chymist, a pretended disciple of the Lord Verulam : wherein the nature of the blood, and the effects of blood-letting, are enquired into, and the practice thereof experimentally justified (according as it is used by judicious physicians) : [bracket] in the pest, and pestilential diseases, in the small pox, in the scurvey, in pleurisies, and in several other diseases / by Henry Stubbe.
- Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676.
- MDCLXXI