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Mellificium chirurgiae: or, The marrow of chirurgery. With the anatomy of human bodies according to the most modern anatomists.... Institutions of physick, with Hippocrates's Aphorisms largely commented upon. The marrow of physick, shewing the causes, signs and cures of most diseases incident to human bodies. Choice experienced receits for the cure of several distempers
- Cooke, James, 1614-1694.
The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis ... : With large alphabetical tables for the whole, and an index for the explaining all the hard and unusual words and terms of art, derived from the Latine, Greek, or other languages, for the benefit of the meer English reader, and meanest capacity. With eighteen copper plates
- Willis, Thomas, 1621-1675.
A survey of the microcosme, or the anatomy of the bodies of man and woman : wherein the skin, veins, nerves, muscles, bones, sinews, and ligaments thereof are accurately delineated, and so disposed by pasting, as that each part of the said bodies, both inward and outward, are exactly represented. Useful for all doctors, chyrurgeons, statuaries, painters, &c.
- Remmelin, Johann, 1583-1632.
- MDC XCI. 
The works of Ambrose Parey, chyrurgeon to Henry II. Francis II. Charles IX. and Henry III. Kings of France. : Wherein are contained an introduction to chirurgery in general : a discourse of animals, and of the excellency of man. The anatomy of man's body. A treatise of praeternatural tumors ... Illustrated with variety of figures, and the cuts of the most useful instruments in chirurgery. Recommended by the University of Paris to all students in physick and chirurgery, particularly such as practised in camps and the sea.
- Paré, Ambroise, 1510?-1590.
- M DC XCI. 
A full and exact relation of two old men aged above a thousand years, coming invisibly into the great city of Tholouze ... preaching ... and exhorting : How several Jesuits disputed with them in prison. Also, how their irons dropt off ... With their infallible fortelling of the day of doom to be in ... 1690.
Catastasis mundi: or the true state, vigor, and growing greatness of Christendom, under the influences of the last triple conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter in Leo, the late comet, etc. ... Proving thence, that the Turks will be defeated ... notwithstanding Mr. Holwel's menaces to the contrary in his Catastrophe mundi
- Merrifield, John, student in astrology.
A form of prayer, to be used upon the twelfth of June, in all churches and chappels within the Cities of London and Westminster ... And upon the nineteenth of the said moneth, in all other churches and chappels within ... His Majesties Dominions ... Being the several days appointed for a general fast ... for the averting those sicknesses and diseases, that death and scarcity which justly may be feared from the late immoderate rain and waters.
- Church of England.
Miscellanea. I. A survey of the constitutions and interests of the Empire, Sveden, Denmark, Holland, France and Flanders; with their relation to England, in the year 1671. II. An essay upon the original and nature of government. III. An essay upon the advancement of trade in Ireland. IV. Upon the conjuncture of affair's in Octob. 1673. V. Upon the excesses of grief. VI. An essay upon the cure of the gout by Moxa
- Temple, William, 1628-1699.