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The skilful doctor of Glocester-shire. Or, A new way to take physick : This ditty doth concern a country farmer, who lay with his maid, not thinking to harm her: but the poor wench, was by her master vil'd, first tempt to sin, and after got with child: but by the doctors skill, her honest dame, excus'd her husband, and sav'd her maid from blame: the doctor he hath medicines in store, to cure all sorts of folks, both rich and poor. The tune is, Beds making.
Poetry and the doctors : a catalogue of poetical works written by physicians with biographical notes & An essay on the poetry of certain ancient practitioners of medicine, illustrated with translations from the Latin and by reproductions of the title pages of the rarer works / by Charles L. Dana.
- Dana, Charles L. (Charles Loomis), 1852-1935