A Book of Simples
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A Book of Simples

By H. W. Lewer
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  • A BOOK OF SIMPLES
  • INTRODUCTION
  • A BOOK OF SIMPLES
    • 1. The Wood-street Cake.
    • 2. Pectorals for a Colde or Consumption.
    • 3. The Plague Water.
    • 4. A very excellent Receipt against Convulsions which cur’d one had 9 Fitts a Day.
    • 5. To make Ebulum Drinke.
    • 6. To make Vinegar.
    • 7. To make Goosbery or Currant Wine.
    • 8. To make Methegline.
    • 9. A Plaister for ye Spleen to be made in May.
    • 10. To make Aquamirabilis the Lady Atkinses way.
    • 11. To make Small Wine otherwise called Solerion. You may do Rasberry this way.
    • 12. To make Wigs.
    • 13. For the Giddiness in the Head.
    • 14. How to Stue a Rump of Beef.
    • 15. To make Almond Cakes.
    • 16. To make Biskit.
    • 17. To Bake a Rump of Beef.
    • 18. The Black Seare Cloth.
    • 19. To make Lemon or Orange Water.
    • 20. Cowslip Wine aproved.
    • 21. For the Worms.
    • 22. For a Cold.
    • 23. To make Fruit Biskit.
    • 24. For Mother Fitts.
    • 25. To preserve Green Aples.
    • 26. Mrs. Thorps for the Mother Fitts.
    • 27. To make a Calves Head Hashe.
    • 28. To make Forced Meat.
    • 29. For a Cold.
    • 30. To make a Frigacy of Chicken.
    • 31. For any Cough old or fresh.
    • 32. For a Cold.
    • 33. For a Cough.
    • 34. For a Cough.
    • 35. For the Rickets.
    • 36. For Children that have Wormes.
    • 37. A Small but very effectuall Cordial Powder.
    • 38. A Stronger Cordial Powder.
    • 39. For the Balsame.
    • 40. To pot Venison to keep all the year.
    • 41. To make Cowslip Wine.
    • 42. Another Cowslip Wine.
    • 43. To make the Eye Water.
    • 44. For the Rickets.
    • 45. An Ointment for the Rickets.
    • 46. To Kill a Canker.
    • 47. For any Aguish or Hectick Feavour in Children when they grow Weak and Forsake their Meat.
    • 48. To make Orange Cakes.
    • 49. A Perfumed Water.
    • 50. To make Mumme according to the Direction recorded in the Town House of Brumswick.
    • 51. Quince Wine.
    • 52. Captain Greens Powder for to make Water for Sore Eyes and Sores, the Powder to be Calcinde.
    • 53. To make Sirrop of Lemons.
    • 54. To make Sirrop of Clove-Gilly flowers or any other flowers but Violets.
    • 55. To make small Mead.
    • 56. A brewed Drink for Rickets.
    • 57. The Soveraign Balsame.
    • 58. To make Biskit.
    • 59. To make Cakes of Quinces red.
    • 60. To make clear Cakes of Quinces.
    • 61. To make Orange Cakes.
    • 62. To make Apricock Cakes.
    • 63. To make Sirrop of Violets.
    • 64. To dry Cherrys.
    • 65. To make Apricock Marmelade or Cakes.
    • 66. To make White Quince Marmelade very good.
    • 67. To make a very good Posset.
    • 68. To make an Orange Pudding.
    • 69. To preserve Damsens.
    • 70. To preserve Rasberrys.
    • 71. To dry Apricocks.
    • 72. To make Rasberry Cakes.
    • 73. To make Sirrop of Clove Gilly Flowers or Violets.
    • 74. To preserve Rasberrys.
    • 75. To dry Peaches.
    • 76. To make Paste of Peaches.
    • 77. To dry Apricocks or Chips.
    • 78. To make very good Red Quince Marmalade.
    • 79. How to preserve Red Quince.
    • 80. To preserve Ripe Plummes in Jelly White.
    • 81. To make Clear Cakes of either White Plummes, Red Plummes, Damsens, Grapes, Rasberrys, Currants, or Cherrys.
    • 82. To make White Marmelade of Quinces or Pippins.
    • 83. To make Almond Cream.
    • 84. To make an Almond Pudding.
    • 85. To make a Quakeing Pudding.
    • 86. To make a Carraway Cake.
    • 87. To make a very good Cake.
    • 88. To make Marmelade of Oranges.
    • 89. To preserve Pippins.
    • 90. To make Small Meade.
    • 91. To make Sugar Cakes.
    • 92. To make Little Cakes.
    • 93. To make Cherry Water.
    • 94. Almond Puddings.
    • 95. Quince Cream.
    • 96. My Lady Ingrams Cream.
    • 97. To make Pyramid Cream.
    • 98. To make Gimboles.
    • 99. Biskit Approvea.
    • 100. Sugar Cakes.
    • 101. To make Jelly.
    • 102. To preserve Green Walnuts.
    • 103. To make Cheesecakes.
    • 104. To Preserve Green Apricocks.
    • 105. To Preserve Goosberrys.
    • 106. To Preserve Sweet Lemons or Oranges.
    • 107. To make Black Puddings.
    • 108. To make White Puddings.
    • 109. To make a Posset.
    • 110. To make a Sullibub.
    • 111. To make a Snow to put on the Sullibub.
    • 112. To make Clouted Cream.
    • 113. The Red Surfet Water for any Surfet.
    • 114. To make French Bread.
    • 115. To Dry Apricocks.
    • 116. To make Plumme Gimbols.
    • 117. To dry Cherrys Red.
    • 118. To make Bean Cakes.
    • 119. The Cabbidge Cream.
    • 120. To make Paste of Apricocks.
    • 121. Angelicoe Cakes.
    • 122. To make a Lemon Cream.
    • 123. A Clouted Cream.
    • 124. To pickle Mushroms.
    • 125. To preserve White Quinces whole.
    • 126. To preserve Goosberrys.
    • 127. To make Jelly.
    • 128. To preserve Rasberrys.
    • 129. To preserve Oranges.
    • 130. To souce Pigg.
    • 131. To preserve Apricocks.
    • 132. A Sweet Bag.
    • 133. To coller Beef.
    • 134. Cherry Wine.
    • 135. Little Cakes to be baked in Pans.
    • 136. To make a Carrot Pudding.
    • 137. A Cream.
    • 138. To make a Flesh Cheese.
    • 139. A Cordiall Organy Water.
    • 140. To Salt Hams or Tongues.
    • 141. Dr. Moors admired Pills.
    • 142. To make Almond Puddings.
    • 143. To make Sawcidges.
    • 144. To make Whipt Sullibubs.
    • 145. To make a Cordiall Water.
    • 146. To Candie Angelicoe Stalks.
    • 147. To Pickle Kidneybeans.
    • 148. To Pickle Turneps.
    • 149. To Pickle Oysters.
    • 150. To Pickle Broom Buds.
    • 151. To make Rasberry or Currant Wine.
    • 152. To make Lemon Cream.
    • 153. To make Almond Cream.
    • 154. To make Snow.
    • 155. Sirrop of Buckthorn Berrys.
    • 156. To pot Beefe.
    • 157. To make a Cake.
    • 158. To make Jelly of Currants or any other suteable fruit.
    • 159. For the Yellow or Black Jaundise.
    • 160. For Deafness by reason of a Cold.
    • 161. To take away the Felme out of the Eyes.
    • 162. For a Swelling in any part.
    • 163. For a Purge.
    • 164. To Harden sore Nipples.
    • 165. For the Biting of a Mad Dog.
    • 166. For a Child troubled with man wormes which often occasions Convulsions.
    • 167. Another aproved for Convulsion Fitts.
    • 168. Cracknell Paste.
    • 169. Jumble Paste.
    • 170. Dr. Burgesses Re:ct against Ye Scurvy.
    • 171. For the Stone.
    • 172. Pills to kill Wormes and Open Obstructions.
    • 173. For a Rupture.
    • 174. For the Megrime in the Head.
    • 175. For the Dropsey.
    • 176. Against the Plague.
    • 177. Dr. Smiths Rare Rect for Ye Itch.
    • 178. Aquamirabilis.
    • 179. For a Sore Mouth or Throat.
    • 180. For the Yellow Jaundise.
    • 181. Dr. Burgesses Receipt against Ye Plague.
    • 182. A Cordiall Water of Dr. Stevens.
    • 183. For the Sinking of the Pallet.
    • 184. For an Ache or Bruise.
    • 185. A Poultise for the Kings Evil.
    • 186. The Imperiall Water.
    • 187. The Palsey Water.
    • 188. The Vertues of the Palsey Water.
    • 189. To make Veale Collops Jno Raisyes way.
    • 190. John Raysies Beefe Collops.
    • 191. The Lady Buttons Melancholy Water.
    • 192. The Purge for Winde.
    • 193. A purge for Spleen and Winde.
    • 194. To make a Pretious Ointment for ye Eyes.
    • 195. To make Currant Wine.
    • 196. Mrs. Herbert a Midwife her Receipt against Miscarrying.
    • 197. Mr John Ashfields Rect against a Cold.
    • 198. The Black Plaister good for Sprains Aches Wens Sores new or old.
    • 199. To make Sack thin when it is Ropy.
    • 200. Against the Stone in ye Kidneys or Bladder.
    • 201. Dr. Butlers Powder against the Stone.
    • 202. For the Goute.
    • 203. For a Sore Throat.
    • 204. For a Cold.
    • 205. For the Piles inwardly.
    • 206. A Glister for the Piles inwardly.
    • 207. How to dry Flowers.
    • 208. An Aprov’d Diet Drink to be taken every Spring and Fall from the First of September to the 1st of October & from ye 1st of April to the Last.
    • 209. For Proud Flesh.
    • 210. To dry a Hamm the best Way.
    • 211. To wash Poynt or any Sort of Lace.
    • 212. A Diet Drink for the Kings Evil.
    • 213. To make Counterfeit Nants Wine.
    • 214. A Varnish for Deal Floor’d Rooms.
    • 215. To make an Oatmeal Pudding very good.
    • 216. For Mother Fitts in a Woman.
    • 217. The Milk Water.
    • 218. For Deafness.
    • 219. A Water for any Sore or Sore Eyes.
    • 220. For Convultion Fits.
    • 221. Another for Convultions.
    • 222. The Water for the Fits.
    • 223. For very strong Fitts or Fitts in Great People.
    • 224. Another for Convultions if that should faile.
    • 225. For Cankers in Man Woman or Child.
    • 226. To draw up the Pallet.
    • 227. A Water for Fits.
    • 228. For a Purge that works upward.
    • 229. A strong Vomit for the Falling Sickness.
    • 230. A Pomatum for the Face.
    • 231. A Pectoral Drink for a Cough.
    • 232. To make Black Cherry Brandy.
    • 233. For a Looseness in a Lyeing Inn.
    • 234. For the Palsey and Giddiness in the Head.
    • 235. For the Wind in the Blader.
    • 236. An Ointment for the Gout or any Swelling.
    • 237. A Stagg Powder for Fainty or Hot Bloomes & Tremblings at Heart.
    • 238. For Deafness.
    • 239. For an Imposthume or Gathering.
    • 240. For a Sore Throat.
    • 241. For the Stone Collick, or Gravell in ye Kidneys.
    • 242. For ye Same when ye Person is much weakened by pain. Dr May.
    • 243. To make a Fume to fetch up the Mouth.
    • 244. For Scalds Burns or Childblains.
    • 245. A Poultise for Burns or Scaulds.
    • 246. To make Pidgeons increase.
    • 247. For the Palsey.
    • 248. To keep the Skin from breaking where ye Dead Palsey is.
    • 249. To draw out Fire when tis just burnt.
    • 250. For the Stone.
    • 251. For the biteing of a Madd Dog.
    • 252. For a Poisoned Dog.
    • 253. To Rost a Leg of Mutton.
    • 254. To make an Orange Pudding.
    • 255. To make a Tansie.
    • 256. Sauce for Boyled Fish as follows.
    • 257. To make a Quakeing Pudding.
    • 258. Pickle for Brawn to last a Quarter of a Year.
    • 259. To stew Eels.
    • 260. To bake a Bullocks Head.
    • 261. A Goosberry Fool.
    • 262. To dress Soales a fine way.
    • 263. A Pasty Crust.
    • 264. Puff Paste.
    • 265. Sauce for Boyled Mutton.
    • 266. Sauce for Rost Shoulder of Mutton.
    • 267. A White Pot.
    • 268. A Sauce for all Stew’d Meats.
    • 269. To make Almond Puddings.
    • 270. To make Puddings 4 in a Dish.
    • 271. To stew Pidgeons.
    • 272. To Boyle a Powder’d Haunch of Venison.
    • 273. To Rost a Carpe.
    • 274. A Chicken Pye wth Sweet Seasoning.
    • 275. To coller Eels.
    • 276. To pickle Trouts or Salmon.
    • 277. A Lumber Pye.
    • 278. To make Spanish Biskits.
    • 279. To pot Hare.
    • 280. To wash Gloves.
    • 281. Eye Water.
    • 282. A Rich Cordiall.
    • 283. The Lady Ashfields Angellot Cheese.
    • 284. Angellot Cheese.
    • 285. A Thick Cheese.
    • 286. Almond Butter.
    • 287. To Fat Poultrey.
    • 288. Sr William Buttons for those wch make Bloody Water.
    • 289. A Purge of the Lady Binions.
    • 290. Another of hers for the Green Sickness.
    • 291. Mr. Walldrons ye Surgeons Cure for Green Wounds.
    • 292. Mrs. Hellen Parrys Receipte for a Cold.
    • 293. An Electuary for the Green Sickness or Pain in ye Stomach.
    • 294. To Recover or Strengthen a Weak Eye Sight.
    • 295. Mr Gaskins Cordial Powder.
    • 296. The Lady Marquese Heartfords Rect for all Agues.
    • 297. An Excellent Powder to Cure a Defective Memorie Gidieness in ye Head or any other Distemper in the Brain.
    • 298. An Ointment for the Giddiness in the Head or any other Distemper in Ye Brain or Deffect in the Memorie.
    • 299. Mrs Skillins Rect for the Yellow Jaundise.
    • 300. The Lady St Johns Aproved Rect for the Stone.
    • 301. For a Cough a Drink by Dr. Bauyer.
    • 302. An Aproved Rect. for a Consumption.
    • 303. An Aproved Rect for the Wind.
    • 304. For Convultion Fits in Man Woman or Child.
    • 305. A Cordial Water of any Cherries.
    • 306. Sr Roger Pallmers Teeth Powder.
    • 307. Dr. Feners Strengthening Broth to Thicken any Sharpe Humour.
    • 308. A Wash for the face after ye Small Pox.
    • 309. To make Runnet Cream.
    • 310. To make Egg Cream.
    • 311. To make Plumme Cream.
    • 312. To make Apple Pasties.
    • 313. To make fresh Cheese and Cream.
    • 314. To make Dutch Waffers.
    • 315. To make Cracknells.
    • 316. The Lady Jenkinsons Ointment for ye Pain in ye Stomach.
    • 317. To stop vomitting for one in a Consumption.
    • 318. The Lady Jenkinsons way to preserve Barberries.
    • 319. To make Sugar Cakes.
    • 320. To make Biskit.
    • 321. To make Cheese Cakes.
    • 322. To make Almond Loaves.
    • 323. Mrs Daniells Rect to make White Metheglin.
    • 324. Another of Hers to make White Metheglin.
    • 325. To make a Silliebube.
    • 326. To make a Posset without Milk.
    • 327. To make Sugar Puffs.
    • 328. The Lady Jenkinsons Plumme Cake.
    • 329. To make Light Bread the French Way.
    • 330. The Lady Buttons Almond Butter.
    • 331. The Lady Bidollyps Rasberry Wine.
    • 332. The Lady Ashfields Metheglin.
    • 333. The Marleborow Cake.
    • 334. To make ye Spanish Cream.
    • 335. A Cabbidge Cream.
    • 336. My Lord Howards Rect for Sherbett.
    • 337. To keep Damsons all the Year.
    • 338. Oyster Porrage.
    • 339. To make Pancakes.
    • 340. The Lady Seymours way to Coller Beefe.
    • 341. To boyle a Rump, Surloine, or Rearing of Beef.
    • 342. To preserve Oranges or Lemons.
    • 343. To preserve Pippins Green.
    • 344. To preserve Cherries.
    • 345. The Carraway Comfit Cake without Fruit in it.
    • 346. The Lady Marquess of Worcester’s Rect to sugar all Sorts of Sharpe Fruits or Herbs to dry or Flowers.
    • 347. To preserve Chyna Oranges.
    • 348. A Cake for Ordinary Uses.
    • 349. Madame Brewen’s French Way to make ye Runnet or Trifle Cream.
    • 350. Cowslips into Plummes to make Wine.
    • 351. My Lady Seymours Pancake.
    • 352. My Lady Ffosters Metheglin.
    • 353. A Metheglin to be made at Barthollemew Tide.
    • 354. To preserve Grapes for all the Year.
    • 355. A Marrow Pudding.
    • 356. To Candie Irringoe Roots.
    • 357. To make a Sweetmeat like Rashers of Bacon.
    • 358. To Preserve Oranges in Jelly.
    • 359. Mathew Cariers Ollio or Pottage.
    • 360. To make Sugar Jumballs.
    • 361. To make Gooseberry Wine.
    • 362. Balls to take Stains out of Linnen.
    • 363. To Pickle Green Ashen Keys, Elder Buds, Broom Buds, or ye like.
    • 364. To Preserve White Pear Plummes Green.
    • 365. To Candie Flowers.
    • 366. A Sack Posset.
    • 367. To make Barberrie Wine.
    • 368. To make Apricocke Wine.
    • 369. To make a Conserve of Clove Jilly Flowers as an excellent Cordiall.
    • 370. Apricockes the best way to preserve in Jelly.
    • 371. To pickle Violets for Sallets.
    • 372. To preserve Goosberrys in Jelly.
    • 373. To preserve Goosberries.
    • 374. A Pippin drink.
    • 375. To make Vinegar of Unripe Grapes.
    • 376. A Rect of Harts Horne Jelly.
    • 377. The Countess of Kents Lozenges for a Cold.
    • 378. To make Cherry Wine.
    • 379. The Portugal Cake.
    • 380. To Cure the Heart Burning.
    • 381. A Cream Cheese.
    • 382. The Lady Ashfields Almond Puffs, Jumballs Beaten Small with Rose Water or Orange Flower Water.
    • 383. The Lady Fusts Hipoccras.
    • 384. To Pickle Oysters.
    • 385. To make Elder Vinegar.
    • 386. To Dry Orringo Roots.
    • 387. To Dry a Gamon of Bacon.
    • 388. To Dry Neat’s Tongues.
    • 389. To make Almond Jomballs.
    • 390. To Dry Apricocks.
    • 391. To Ice Cakes.
    • 392. To Preserve Grapes Green.
    • 393. To dry Peaches.
    • 394. To make Almond Cake.
    • 395. To make Jockallato drink.
    • 396. To make Sugar Cakes.
    • 397. To make Almond Tarts.
    • 398. To make Jellies.
    • 399. Friccasies or Veal Collops.
    • 400. Sr Edward Gust’s Cordiall for Old and Young.
    • 401. A Oringe Pudding or Lemon.
    • 402. The Lady Long’s way of drying a Gamon of Bacon.
    • 403. To frye Venison.
    • 404. To order Venison to keep it cold a year round wth ye Gravey in it.
    • 405. To make Wigs.
    • 406. To dry Goosberryes Plummes or Angelicoe.
    • 407. To Roste a Haunch of Venison.
    • 408. To make the Cockleshell Sweetmeat.
    • 409. To make Red Currant Wine.
    • 410. To make Aquamirabilis.
    • 411. To make Vinegar.
    • 412. A Pickle for Brawn.
    • 413. For Fits.
    • 414. A Cordiall Tincture for the Collicke by ye Lady Fust.
    • 415. Hysterick Electuary the Lady Gerrard’s Rect.
    • 416. To Pickle Kidney Beans.
    • 417. To Pickle Cucumbers.
    • 418. The Lady Lees Sore Breast Poultise.
    • 419. The Lord Bristoes Contraerva, or Counter Poison.
    • 420. A Sweet Water.
    • 421. The best way to make Sirrop of Violets.
    • 422. To make Oringe Water.
    • 423. To Preserve the Water Mellon.
    • 424. To make Paste of Gennaye the true way.
    • 425. To make Marmalade of some of these Quinces.
    • 426. To make Paste of Oringes and Lemons.
    • 427. To make Paste of any tender Plummes.
    • 428. To make Conserve of any of these Fruits.
    • 429. To make any Conserve of tender Fruits.
    • 430. To make Quidony of the Liquor you kept of your Plummes before.
    • 431. To make Paste Royal of any Fruits.
    • 432. To preserve Fruits Green.
    • 433. To preserve these Plummes when ripe.
    • 434. To preserve Damosens Red or Black Plummes.
    • 435. To preserve Grapes Barberryes or Goosberrys.
    • 436. To preserve Quinces white.
    • 437. To keep Quinces raw all the year.
    • 438. To candy Barberries Grapes and Goosberries.
    • 439. To make Clear Cakes.
    • 440. To Dry any Fruit after they are Preserved.
    • 441. To Dry any Fruit without Sugar.
    • 442. To candie the Clear Rock Candie.
    • 443. To sucket Candie Oringes Lemons Pome-Citerons & Lettice Stalks.
    • 444. To candye Flowers the Spanish Fashion.
    • 445. To make Lozenges of any of these Flowers.
    • 446. To make a March Payne Ice it Garnishe it & Gild it.
    • 447. To make Sugar Plate.
    • 448. To make Wallnuts Artificial.
    • 449. To make Muskedyne Cumfits.
    • 450. To make Italyan Biskit.
    • 451. To make French Biskit.
    • 452. To make Macaroons.
    • 453. To make Naples Biskit.
    • 454. To make any Artificial Fruits, as Oranges, Lemons, Cucumbers, Radish, Herrings, Sprats, Oysters, or Mushells.
    • 455. To boyle Sugar to a Manus Christi.
    • 456. To boyle Sugar to a Candy Hight.
    • 457. To make a Pomander.
    • 458. To make a Perfume to burn in a Chamber.
    • 459. A Perfume to perfume Starch.
    • 460. To perfume Gloves.
    • 461. To make a Mothes Powder to lay amongst your Linnen or Wollen Clothes.
    • 462. A Water to make the Breath Sweet.
    • 463. A Powder to make the Teeth White and Sweet.
    • 464. An excellent Water to clear Hands and Face.
    • 465. Sr. George Horseyes Green Ointment for Aches proceeding from a Cold Cause for Shrunke Sinews in Man, or Beast, & for Strains it it’s incomperably good & holds Perfection 40 years.
    • 466. To make Thin Cheese.
    • 467. To make Angelot Cheese.
    • 468. To make Pastills.
    • 469. For Fine Linnen.
    • 470. Perfumes to Burn.
    • 471. For Ordinary Linnen.
    • 472. To destroy Moths & preserve Cloths untouch’d.
    • 473. To destroy Moths in Chairs & Stools & to refresh ye Colour.
    • 474. To scoure and refresh the Colour of Cloth Carpets, Silk Curtains, or any Stuff yt is Stain’d or Soil’d.
    • 475. To scoure & refresh ye Colour of Gold & Silver Lace or Fringe.
    • 476. To scoure or refresh ye Colours of Pictures yt are Stain’d or Soil’d.
    • 477. To dress & order Thin & Old Bedtikes to make ym keep in their Feathers.
    • 478. To perfume Bedtikes for Down or other Bedtikes wn ye Feathers smell Strong and Mustie.
    • 479. To make Butter Cheese.
    • 480. To keep Oringes fresh all ye Year.
    • 481. To make Quince Marmalade.
    • 482. An excellent Pommander.
    • 483. To make Mince Pyes.
    • 484. An excellent Water for ye Head & for Sleep called ye Emperour Charleses Water.
    • 485. The Lady Drakes Rect to cure the Stone.
    • 486. Cere Clothes.
    • 487. Almond Custards.
    • 488. Macaroons.
    • 489. A Ragou of Veal.
    • 490. For a Tickling Cough or Rhume.
    • 491. For Flegme when it sticks that it cannot come up.
    • 492. For a Cold newly taken.
    • 493. To keep damosens all ye Year.
    • 494. For a Healing Ointment.
    • 495. For a Drawing Salve.
    • 496. For a Tenting Salve.
    • 497. A Poultise.
    • 498. A Cordiall or Surffit Water of Poppies.
    • 499. To make a Surfit Water.
    • 500. For a Sinew Strain in Man or Beast.
    • 501. To make Juice of Liquorish as a special Cordiall.
    • 502. To make a Powder for the Stone used by Pope Silvester ye 2d.
    • 503. For an Ague.
    • 504. For Agues of all Sorts.
    • 505. An Ointment for Eyes.
    • 506. A Puff Paste.
    • 507. A Water for Wounds and Old Sores.
    • 508. The Wound Drink.
    • The vertues of it.
    • 509. The Black Cere Cloth.
    • 510. The White Cere Cloth.
    • 511. Direction to cure Ye King’s Evil & 1st for the drink.
    • 512. A healing Salve for ye King’s Evil.
    • 513. To raise a Blister.
    • 514. Swallows Ointment.
    • 515. The Lady Biddolphs Green Oyle to be made in May.
    • The vertue of it.
    • 516. To stop Bleeding if a Veine be cut asunder.
    • 517. For the Jaundice.
    • 518. Dr. Willis his electuarie for a Dead Palsey.
    • 519. His Whey for ye same Palsey.
    • 520. An Eye Water.
    • 521. To make Wigs.
    • 522. Pills for Vapours of Spleen & Fits of ye Mother to Suppress and cure them.
    • 523. For a Cold.
    • 524. For the Scurvy.
    • 525. To make the Convulsion Water.
    • 526. For the Yellow Jaundice or Collick in the Stomach or the Consumption, Obstructions in ye Liver Spleen & especially for ye Falling Sickness.
    • 527. An Oyle for any deep wound or wounds through the Body or wounds made wth an envenomed Weapon, or Sinews Prickt.
    • 528. The Countess of Bristolls Black Salve.
    • 529. An Ointment to cure old Sores, to search Fistolas, to eate Dead Flesh and to dry up Wattery Humors.
    • 530. To make Milke Punch.
    • 531. For the Farcy in a Horse.
    • 532. To cure the Grease in a Horse.
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