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A rich storehovse or treasurie for the diseased :  wherein are many approued medicines for diuers and sundry diseases, which haue bin long hidden, and not come to light before this time   / first set foorth for the benefit and comfort of the poorer sort of people that are not of abillitie to go to the phisitions by G.W.
Rich storehovse
Rich storehouse
Treasurie for the diseased
Wateson, George, fl. 1598-1607, creator
A. T., Practitioner in phisicke and chirurgerie
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
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Countway Medicine

Networked Resource
Place of Origin
At London
Printed by Raph Blower
[28] p., 176 [i.e. 146] numb. leaves : diagram ; 18 cm. (4to)

Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions -- Early works to 1800 ;  Medicine, Popular -- Early works to 1800

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Domestic Medicine

Fol. 69-98 omitted in numbering sequence.

Printer's device; head and tail pieces; initials.

According to NUC pre-1956 imprints the work was originally written by A. T. in 1596 and enlarged by George Wateson.

In editions from 1596 to 1607, A. T. was given as the original author, and G. W. as the augmentor. The initials were first interchanged in the 5th ed. (1612).

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