Two broad-sides against tobacco

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Author Occupation: royal
Author Occupation: clergyman
Author Occupation: physician
Publisher: Hancock, John   Person page
Title: Two broad-sides against tobacco: The first given by King James of famous memory; his Counterblast to tobacco. The second transcribed out of that learned physician Dr. Everard Maynwaringe, his treatise of the scurvy. To which is added, serious cautions against excess in drinking: taken out of another work of the same author, his Preservation of health and prolongation of life. With a short collection, out of Dr. George Thompson’s treatise of bloud; against smoking tobacco. Also many examples of God’s severe judgments upon notorious drunkards, who have died suddenly, in a sermon preached by Mr. Samuel Ward. Concluding with two poems against tobacco and coffee. Corrected and published, as very proper for this age; by J.H. philanthrōpōs. Licensed according to order, June 6. 1672.
Short Title: Two broad-sides against tobacco
Imprint: London : printed for John Hancock, and are to be sold at the Three Bibles in Pope’s-head-Alley, or at other shops, 1672.
Date: 1672
First Edition: y
Pages: 80
Format: 4
Topic: plant
Place of: Bookseller    Place: the Three Bibles in Pope’s-head-Alley, London
Place of: Printer    Place: [unspecified], London
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