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Medicamenta ad instruendam officinam nostram chymicam nunc præparanda, mens Oct. 1607, Seventeenth century
Chapters are headed with the various diseases of the alimentary canal, and of these a few have notes of prescriptions useful in such disorders, with occasional marginal references to the authrities for such remedies. On the last page is an index to the different internal disorders. Otherwise the volume is almost entirely blank. Attributed to Theodore Turquet de Mayerne.
Contains notes under the headings 'Loci communes theologici' and 'Dubia quedam de Porphyrii Isagoge', followed by miscellaneous theological notes, medical recipes, etc.
Contains recipes arranged alphabetically, a catalogue of the owner's books, and notes in Latin of two treatises, 'de medicinâ' and 'de functionibus et humoribus'. There is also a brief pharmacopœia, with the English names of some of the herbs added.
The volume is commenced at both ends, and contains recipes, chiefly medical, a few verses in English, and a Latin oration in praise of Greek letters.
Besides some recipes it contains catalogues with prices of medicines alphabetically arranged.
‘Collectiones quædam medicinæ’: there are desultory notes to the 20th page, where the author states an intention to proceed in a more systematic manner, after which the notes are arranged with more regularity, following Sennertus, Freytagius, Frambesarius, Heurnius and Claudinus.
Notice of a course of lectures to be given by Dr Myers in General and Experimental Psychology during Michaelmas term, 1914, 19140530
These lectures were intended for medical students and candidates for Part I of the Diploma in Psychological Medicine.
The original receipts are marked in the margin with Turquet de Mayerne's abbreviated initials, and those communicated, with the name of the author, also in the margin. It appears to comprise the interval from 1627 to 1651, though there is a reference on p. 99 to the date 1610. To a prescription for smallpox on p. 177, there is the marginal note 'feliciter dedi regi Carolo laboranti variolis an. 1632.'
A volume of recipes and procedures, principally medical but including others relating to dyes and inks, compiled by Quintin Pye. Folio *a is headed ‘this is a booke of choise secrets. A proovid by me often. q p’. Folio 5 is headed ‘Chiefe Receits of Quintin Pye’. There are references to named patients, and recoords of applications of remedies dated 1641 and 1645. Folios 57-60 contain an index (‘The Table’).
A volume of receipts, anonymous. On the last leaf is a table of contents of the whole, headed 'A general table of the receipts of chirurgery and physicke' and 'A table of phisicall waights'.
A number of recipes for domestic medicines and cookery; the first being for the Tissick, and the last for elderberry wine.
Sondrie Consultations and Remedies translated by Drue Burton out of the learned Phisition Zecchius his Consultationes Medicæ, Seventeenth century
'Sondrie Consultations and Remedies translated by D[rue] B[urton] out of the learned Phisition Zecchius his Consultationes Medicæ'. Prefixed is 'A perfect alphabeticall Calender or Table for the easie finding of the severall Remedies conteyned in this Booke.' See Dd.02.41. Same handwriting as Ll.05.06, with which it is bound up.
'Collected out of the Dr Dan. Sinnertus his workes, and put into English by D. B. for his owne pticular use.' With an index, entitled 'An alphabeticall index or table to the medicines or receipts following, collected out of Dr. Daniell Sinertus hs workes, conteyned in 3 tomes translated by Dru Burton, for the use of himself, and his friends'. The last few pages of the manuscript contain a treatise on the pathology and treatment of various convulsive affections.
'Ἱππιατρία, or, a modest exercitation and inquiry into the subject of physick’: dialogues on the science of medicine, in which one of the interlocutors gives an account of a conversation held with his horse. There are complimentary verses to the author by ‘Φίλιππος Φιλίατρος’ and ‘J. L.’
The author is Bartholomeus Emmanuellus civis Romanus, and the treatise, in which an opinion of Rasis is maintained against a great many authorities, was written with a view to publication under the auspices of Pope Clement VII. It begins 'Questio difficillima, multiplex et multipliciter intricata. Queritur utrum in Pleuresi, vel pleuriti ...', and ends with a summary of the contents.