The English physician, enl. with three hundred and sixty-nine medicines made of English herbs, not in any former impression of Culpeper's British herbal, containing an astrologo-physical discourse on the various herbs of this nation ... illustrated with correct copper plates of the most useful and remarkable plants, to which is added The family physician and A present for the ladies, containing the best remedies for every disease incident to the human body. By Dr. Parkins ...
|Main Author:||Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.|
|Other Authors:||Parkins, Dr.|
London, Printed by J. & E. Hodson, for B. Crosby & Co., 1809.
> Early works to 1800.
"For Rabble in Arms."
At head of title: Crosby's improved ed.
xxii, , 389,  p.
8 col. pl.
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