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Tryon, Thomas   


  • Health grand preservative or womens best doctor
  • Subjects: domestic medicine, alcohol, tobacco,

    • 1. Healths grand preservative: or the womens best doctor. A treatise shewing the nature and operation of brandy, rumm, rack, and other distilled spirits, and the ill consequences of mens, but especially womens drinking such pernicious liqours and smoaking tobacco. As likewise, of the immoderate eating of flesh ... together with a rational discourse of the excellency of herbs ...
      1682

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      In 1726 is published "The Way to health and long life". Or "a discourse of temperance shewing how every ma may know his own constitution and complection", published by George Conyers - "The Way to get Wealth" (1701). Not the same book as this one.

  • Monthly observations for preserving of health
  • Subjects: diet, health,

    • 1. Monthly Observations / for the preserving of / health, / with / A long and comfortable / life, / In this our Pilgrimage on / earth; / but more particularily for the / spring and summer / seasons. / By Phylothaus Physiologus. / With allowance. /
      Andrew Sowle   Andrew Sowle   1688
      9.2 x 14.6   [1-2] 3-95 [96]   8o A-F8
      GB:   LeU(B)  

      Advice on healthy eating to keep well.

      Wing: Tryon, Thomas, 1688, (T3186A), see also T3186B - 1691. BLC 1039.f.29, c. 112 a 8(8).

    • 2. — Monthly observations for the preserving of health, : with a long and comfortable life, with proper foods for women and children. But more particularly for the spring and summer seasons. The cause of deformity in children, and how to prevent them.
      Publisher: [London], Printed by Andrew Sowle   and sold by Randal Taylor   1691

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  • New art of brewing beer ales and liquors
  • Subjects: beer, fruit drinks, preservation, husbandry,

    • 1. A new art of brewing beer, ale, and other sorts of liquors ... : so as to render them more healthful to the body and agreeable to nature, and to keep them longer from souring ... : together with easie experiments for making excellent drinks with apples, currans, goosberries, cherries, herbs, seeds, and hay, &c., and the way to preserve eggs ... : with an appendix how to make fruit-trees constantly fruitful : also a way how every one may purge ...
      Thomas Salusbury   1690

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  • Wisdom's dictates for preserving health
  • Subjects: diet, domestic medicine,

    • 1. Wisdom's dictates: / or / Aphorisms & rules, / physical, moral, and divine; / for preserving the health of the body, / and the peace of the mind, fit to be / regarded and practised by all that / would enjoy the blessings of the pre- / sent and future world. / To which is added, / A Bill of Fare / of / Seventy Five noble dishes of Ex- / cellent Food, far exceeding those made / of fish and flesh, which banquet I pre- / sent to the sons of wisdom, or such / as shall decline that depraved custom / of eating flesh and blood.
      Thomas Salusbury   1691
      7.8 x 14   [i-iv] 1-153 [154-6]   12o - A in 3, B-K12 L in 6
      GB:   LeU(B)  

      A2 Address: to the reader.
      The book reads a little like a version of "Good Housewife made doctor" but with men as the focus.
      Publisher's advertisements: [154-156]

      Wing: Salusbury, Thomas, 1691, (T3205), see also 3206 - 1696. BLC 8403.b.41, 1039.a.39

    • 2. — Wisdom's dictates: or, Aphorisms and rules, physical, moral, and divine, for preserving the health of the body, and the peace of the mind; fit to be regarded and practised by all that would enjoy the blessings of the present and future world. To which is added, A bill of fare of seventy five noble dishes of excellent food, far exceeding those made of fish or flesh. Which banquet I present to the sons of wisdom, or such as shall decline that depraved custom of eating flesh and blood. By Tho. Tryon, student in physick, and author of Pythagoras's Mystick philosophy revived, wherein the mysteries of dreams, visions, angels and spirits, are unfolded, and their secret communications to mankind
      John Salusbury   1696

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  • Good housewife made doctor
  • Subjects: diet, domestic medicine, husbandry,

    • 1. The / Good House-wife / made a / doctor, / Or, health's device and sure friend / Being a plain way of Nature's own / prescribing to / Prevent and cure / most diseases incident to men, wo- / men and Children, by diet and / Kitchen-Physick only. / With some remarks on the practise of / physick and chymistry. / By Thomas Tyron, student in Physick; and author of the way to Health, long life and happiness. Country-mans Companion. The New Art of Brewing, &c. / The second edition. / To which is added some / observations on the tedious methods of Un- / skilful Chyrugions; with cheapened easie / remedies. / By the same author.
      H. N., T. S., Randal Taylor   1692
      7.8 x 14.1   [i-xvi] 1-285   8o A-N8
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      A2 Address: Preface to Reader
      Av5: Contents indexed by page number in order of page number.
      Note the distinction between 'printed for' H. N. and T. S. (publishers) and 'sold by' Randal Taylor (seller).

      Wing: Tryon, Thomas, 1692, (T 3181), see also T3180 - 1685?, T3181A - 1692,

    • 2. — The good house-wife made a doctor, or, Health's choice and sure friend : being a plain way of nature's own prescribing, to prevent and cure most diseases incident to men, women and children by diet and kitchin physick only. With some remarks on the practice of physick and chymistry. By Thomas Tryon, student in physick; and author of The way to health, long life and happiness. Country-mans companion. The new art of brewing, &c.
      H. N., T. S.   1692

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    • 3. — The good houswife made a doctor, or, Health's choice and sure friend : being a plain way of nature's own prescribing to prevent [and] cure most diseases incident to men, women, and children, by diet and kitchin-physick only. Being an appendix to the book entituled, the way to health, &c. or a further demonstration of the philosophy therein contained. With some remarks on the practice of physick and chymistry. By Philotheos Physiologius, the author of The way to health, long life and happiness. The country-man's companion, &c.
      Andrew Sowle   1685?

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  • Necessary useful and profitable tracts
  • Subjects: miscellanies,

    • 1. Miscellania: or, A collection of necessary, useful, and profitable tracts on variety of subjects : which for their excellency, and benefit of mankind, are compiled in one volume. By Thomas Tryon physiologus.
      T. Sowle   1696
      12o

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      Wing: Tryon, Thomas, 1690, (T3185)

  • The waye to health
  • Subjects: cookery, diet, domestic medicine, household herbs, drinks, disease,

    • 1. The Waye to / Health, / long / life and happiness: / or. a discourse of / Temperance, / and the particular / Nature of all things requisite for the life of / man; as all sorts of meats, drinks, air, exercise, etc. / with special directions how to use each of them to the best advantage of the Body and mind. / Shewing from the true ground of Nature, whence most / diseases proceed, and how to prevent them. / To which is added / A treatise of most sorts of English herbs / with several other remarkable and most useful Obser- / vations, very necessary for all families. The whole treatise displaying the most hidden secrets of philoso- / phy, and made easie and familiar to the meanest Capa- / cities, by various examples and demonstrances. / The Third Edition / to which is added a discourse of the Philosophers Stone, or universal medicine, discovering the cheats and Abuses / of those Chymical Petenders. / The like never before Published. / Communicated to the World for the General Good, By / Thomas Tyron, Student / in Physick.
      Edmund Richardson   1698
      [i-xvi] 1-456, 1-24   8o A-I
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      A2 Address: to the reader
      A4: poem to Author by A. Behn
      A5: contents indexed to page number in order of number.
      Not the same book as "The Way to Health" (1726) published by George Conyers.

      Wing: Richardson, Edmund, 1698, T3203, 93rd ed.), see also T3200 - 1683, T3201 - 1691(2nd ed.) T3202A - 1697(3rd ed.), T3203B - 1697

  • Tryon's letters domestick and foreign
  • Subjects: beer, philosophy,

    • 1. Tryon's Letters, domestick and foreign, to several persons of quality: occasionally distributed in subjects, viz. philosophical, theological, and moral, new art of brewing beer, ale, and other sorts of liquors ...
      Geo. Conyers, Elizabeth Harris   1700

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