Medicine, Popular -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : Drugs, oils and colours : Francis Calter, druggist, No. 50, Castle-Street, (successor to the late Mr. Edward Fry.) sells, as usual, every article in the drug, oil, and colour business; at the most reduced prices.-He has also, an extensive assortment of horse medicines, for every disorder incident to that useful animal, prescribed by a Gentleman of the faculty, who practiced for many years in that line in London, with the greatest success. Particularly some highly approved remedies for worms, manage, or scab, cracking in the heels, warbles, disorders in the eyes, coughs, colds, &c. gentlemen can be supplied with complete assortments, and plain printed directions.
Medicine, Popular -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : A person of very great quality having brought over from Italy the great[est] secret in the world: a powder that in 10 or 12 days time perfectly cures the pox, evil, or scurvey, with only one dose taking; not only shankers, nodes, and inveterate ulcers, but also to the working out of rotten bones, whether from the pox or evil, ... and its cure as above-said, only observing an order and regiment of diet for the prefixt time.
Medicine, Popular -- Treatment. : The magic monitor and medical intelligencer : containing wonderful and elaborate revelations concerning the following subjects, love, courtship & marriage, how to prevent an increase of family, how to cure self-abuse and its results, the detection, prevention & cure of all private diseases, &c. &c. &c. / by Dr. J. Henry Warner. .
Medicine Popular works -- See Medicine, Popular --subdivision Popular works under medical disciplines and under individual diseases, e.g. Ophthalmology--Popular works; Cancer--Popular works; and subdivision Diseases--Popular works under individual parts of the body, e.g. Heart--Diseases--Popular works
Medicine -- Practice -- England. : An essay for abridging the study of physick : To which is added, A dialogue, (betwixt Hygeia, Mercury and Pluto,) Relating to the Practice of Physick, As it is managed by a certain Illustrious Society. As also an Epistle from Usbek the Persian to J- W-d, Esq.
Medicine -- Practice -- England -- Aphorisms -- Early works to 1800. : The modern practice of physic : as improv'd by the celebrated professors, H. Boerhaave, and F. Hoffman, Physician to the late and present King of Prussia: being a translation of the aphorisms of the former, with the Commentaries of Dr. Van Swieten, so far as was necessary to explain the doctrine laid down; and of such parts of Dr. Hoffman's works, as supply the deficiencies of Boerhaave, and render the whole Practice of Physic compleat: Wherein, the various Diseases to which the Human Body is subject, are distinctly consider'd, whence the Diagnostics and Prognostics together with the Method of Cure are regularly deduc'd, and the Prescriptions adapted thereto from Boerhaave's Materia Medica, are added to every Aphorism. In two volumes. By R. James, M.D.