[London] : Imprinted at London by N.O. for F. Constable ... , 1630.; 157 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Vaughan, William, 1577-1641.|
|Title||The newlanders cure : aswell of those violent sicknesses which distemper most minds in these latter dayes as also by a cheape and newfound diet, to preserve the body sound and free from all diseases until the last date of life, through extreamity of age : wherein are inserted generall and speciall remedies against the scurvy, coughes, feavers, goute, collicke, sea-sicknessess, and other grievous infirmities|
|Published||[London] : Imprinted at London by N.O. for F. Constable ... , 1630.|
Diet -- Great Britain.
Régimes alimentaires -- Grande-Bretagne.
|Document source||Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Memorial University of St. John's.|
2 microfiches (84 fr.).
"Ubi lux, sicca ..."
, 143 p.
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