Loimologia: Or, an Historical Account of the Plague in London in 1665 With Precautionary Directions Against the Like Contagion
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Loimologia: Or, an Historical Account of the Plague in London in 1665 With Precautionary Directions Against the Like Contagion

By Nathaniel Hodges, John Quincy
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  • LOIMOLOGIA: OR, AN Historical Account OF THE Plague in London in 1665:
    • THE PREFACE.
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • SECTION I. Of the Rise and Progress of the late Plague.
    • SECTION II. Of the Cause of a Pestilence, and a Contagion.
    • SECTION III. Of the primary Seat of a Pestilence; where, by the Way, is considered the Nature of the Spirits, and their Infection in an humane Body from Poison.
    • SECTION IV. Of the Complication of a Pestilence with other Distempers, and particularly with the Scurvy.
    • SECTION V. Of the manifest Signs of the late Pestilence.
    • SECTION VI. The Prognostick Signs of the late Pestilence.
    • SECTION VII. Concerning the Cure of the late Pestilence.
      • A Compound Antipestilential Decoction.
      • An Alexiterial Water.
      • A Treacle-Water.
      • A Diaphoretick Oil.
      • An Alexipharmick Vinegar.
      • The famous Sir Theodore Mayerne’s Electuarium de Ovo.
      • Mayerne’s celebrated Cordial-water.
    • A Compound Antipestilential Decoction.
    • An Alexiterial Water.
    • A Treacle-Water.
    • A Diaphoretick Oil.
    • An Alexipharmick Vinegar.
    • The famous Sir Theodore Mayerne’s Electuarium de Ovo.
    • Mayerne’s celebrated Cordial-water.
    • SECTION VIII. Of Preservation from a Pestilence.
      • An Antipestilential Electuary of Mayerne.
      • An Electuary for the Poor.
      • An Antipestilential Confection.
      • Antipestilential Pills.
      • Antipestilential Elixir Proprietatis.
      • Lozenges against the Plague.
    • An Antipestilential Electuary of Mayerne.
    • An Electuary for the Poor.
    • An Antipestilential Confection.
    • Antipestilential Pills.
    • Antipestilential Elixir Proprietatis.
    • Lozenges against the Plague.
  • OF THE Different Causes OF Pestilential Diseases, And how they become Contagious.
    • OF THE Different Causes OF Pestilential Diseases, &c.
    • A Table of the Funerals IN THE Several Parishes within the Bills of Mortality of the City of LONDON, For the Year 1665.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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