The compleat bone-setter: wherein the method of curing broken bones, and strains, and dislocated…

Author: Moulton, Thomas Person page
Author Occupation: clergyman
Author Occupation: physician
Translator: Turner, Robert   Person page
Publisher: Harison, Martha   Person page
Printer: C., J.   Person page
Title: The compleat bone-setter: wherein the method of curing broken bones, and strains, and dislocated joynts, together with ruptures, vulgarly called broken bellyes, is fully demonstrated. Whereunto is added The perfect oculist, and The mirrour of health, treating of the pestilence, and all other diseases incident to men, women and children. Also, the acute judgement of urines. Written originally by Friar Moulton, of the Order of St. Augustine. Now revised, Englished and enlarged by Robert Turner philomathēs.
Short Title: The compleat bone-setter: wherein the method of curing broken bones, and strains, and dislocated…
Imprint: London : printed by J.C. for Martha Harison, at the Lamb at the east-end of Pauls, 1656. [i.e. 1657]
Date: 1657
First Edition: y
Pages: 192
Original Language: Latin
Format: 8
Genre: surgical guide
Topic: signs, bodily
Topic: surgery
Topic: plague
Place of: Publisher    Place: the [holy] Lamb at the east-end of Pauls, London
Place of: Printer    Place: [unspecified], London
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