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A treatise of melancholie / by T. Bright. Reproduced from the 1586 edition printed by Thomas Vautrollier, with an introduction by Hardin Craig.

Main Author: Bright, Timothie, 1550-1615.
Related Names: Craig, Hardin 1875-1968.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : Pub. for the Facsimile Text Society by Columbia University Press, 1940.
Subjects: Depression, Mental.
Note: Reproduced from the Hoe copy now in the Huntington Library. cf. Introd.,p. xix.
The facsimile has numerous errors in paging. Sig.O[8] and P[1] are each numbered as pages 223-224; according to the catchwords at the foot of p. 224, sig. P[1] contains the correct text.
Title of facsimile: A treatise of melancholie. Containing the cavses thereof, & reasons of the strange effects it worketh in our minds and bodies: with the phisicke cure, and spirituall consolation for such as haue thereto adioyned an afflicted conscience ... by T. Bright ... [Printer's mark (McKerrow 164)] London, Imprinted by Thomas Vautrollier, 1586.
Physical Description: xxii p., 1L., facsim. (12 p.l., 284 p., 1l.) 15 x 11 cm.
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