A discourse of the whole art of chyrurgerie. [microform] : Wherein is exactly set downe the definition, causes, accidents, prognostications, and cures of all sorts of diseases, both in generall and particular, which at any time heretofore haue been practized by any chirurgion: according to the opinion of all the ancient professors of that science. Which is not onely profitable for chyrurgions; but also for all sorts of people: both for preuenting of sicknesse; and recouerie of health

Responsibility
Compiled by Peter Lovve Scottishman, doctor in the facultie of chirurgerie at Paris: and ordinary chyrurgion to the French King and Navarre. ; Wherevnto is added the rule of making remedies which chirurgions doe commonly vse: with the presages of diuine Hyppocrates..
Uniform Title
Whole course of chirurgerie. 1612
Edition
The second edition; corrected, and much augmented, and enlarged by the author..
Imprint
At London, : Printed by Thomas Purfoot., An. Dom. 1612..
Physical description
[24], 446 [i.e. 447], [9]; [32] p. : ill.
Series
Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 2152:1.

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