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Moulton, Thomas [name from World CAT ]   


  • Glasse of helthe
  • Subjects: domestic medicine, sun signs,

    • 1. This is the glasse / of helthe: A great treasure / for poore men, necessary and nedeful for / every person to / loke in, that wyll kepe / theyr body from syckennesses and dys: / seases. And it sheweth howe the / planettes reygne every houre / of the daye and the nyght, / with the Natures and suposicions of / the .vii. syopes. devyded by the .vii. monthes of the yeare. / And after foloweth of all the evyll and daun / gerous dayes of the yere. And sheweth the / remedyes for dyvers infyrmyties and diseases hurteth thy body of man. / É
      Robert Wyer   1540
      8.8 x 13.0   4o A-I4
      GB:   LeU(B)  

      Woodcut on tp.
      Aiv-Aii Address: Prologue of Author on Alchemy and Medicine.
      Aii Table: indexed to signature.
      World CAT : Book : Microfilm

      PR 18225.2

    • 2. — This is the glasse of helthe : a great treasure for pore men, necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, that wyll kepe theyr body fro[m] syckenesses [and] disseases, and it sheweth howe the planettes reygne euery houre of the daye [and] the nyght, with the natures [and] exposicyons of ye .xii. sygnes deuided by the .xii. monthes of the yere, and after foloweth of all the euyll and daungerous dayes of the yere. And sheweth the remedyes for dyuers infyrmytyes [and] diseases, yt hurteth the body of man.
      Thomas Petyt   1545?

      Sourced from World CAT : Book : Microfilm

      PR 18225.4

    • 3. — This is the glasse of helthe, a great treasure for pore men : necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in : that wyll kepe theyr body from syckenesses and dysseases : and it sheweth howe the planettes reygne in euery houre of the daye & the nyght, with the natures & exposycions of the xii sygnes, deuyded by the xii monethes of the yere, and after foloweth all the euyll & daungerous dayes of the yere, and sheweth the remedyes for dyuers infyrmyties & dyseases that hurteth ye body of man.
      Robert Wyer   1547?

      Sourced from World CAT : Book. Thomas Moulton; Robert Wyer

      PR 18225.6


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