3 edition of Jones of Hatton-Garden, his book of cures found in the catalog.
Jones of Hatton-Garden, his book of cures
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1595:107.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Get this from a library. Jones of Hatton-Garden, his book of cures this book dated April the eighteenth, [Jones, of Hatton-Garden.] -- Caption title. Imprint suggested by Wing. Imperfect: pages cropped, with some loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the British Library. (marc) (stc) Wing JAB. (vid). Get this from a library. Jones of Hatton-Garden, his book of cures: this book dated April the eighteenth, [Jones, of Hatton-Garden.]. A collection of approximately seventeenth and eighteenth century pamphlets (mostly in English), bound in 41 vol., approximately 40 pamphlets with some loss, a few shaved, occasional spotting, uniformly bound in late nineteenth century half calf, spines numbered 1 to 47 in gilt, each with gilt morocco lettering label ("Dropmore Pamphlets" and span of dates of the pamphlets).
Jones of Hatton-Garden, two doors from the sign of the New-Hole in the Wall, his book of cures. By of Hatton-Garden. Jones. Abstract. 12 n t from ect: pages cropped, with some loss of uction of original in the British LibraryAuthor: of Hatton-Garden. Jones.
[first published ]). This text was presented as having been left by Culpeper to his wife. However, the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography notes that Alice Culpeper decried the book as an unedited version that her husband had never intended to publish.
The original imprint was by Nathaniel Brook, and not Culpeper’s usual printer. No serious attempt to disown the book was made by the younger Taylor at the time, but according to John Taylor, the chevalier's grandson, the life was really the production of Henry Jones (–) [q.
v.], who, after being entrusted with the materials, had betrayed his trust. Taylor died at Hatton Garden, London, on 17 Sept. Jones of Hatton-Garden, and was. See, for instance, Jones of Hatton-Garden, His Book of Cures () and other works by George Jones.
Salmon William. Iatrica: Seu Praxis Medendi. The Practice of Curing Being a Medicinal History of above Three Thousand Famous Observations in Cited by: The Hatton Garden burglar nicknamed 'Basil' could be a foreign criminal linked to an £83 million heist in Belgium known as 'The Heist of the Century', a court heard.
That famous friendly pill of Dr. George Jones of Hatton-Garden is now sold by Eliz. Russel, that was Dr. Jones widow, who is removed from Hatton-Garden, to the two blew posts against Grayes-Inn, in Holbourn. by: Russel, Eliz. Published: ().
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. A curious fact emerges from Bertrin's tables in his appendix (E. T., p. ); more physicians visit Lourdes every year to look on at the cures than there are cures made for them to observe.
For the fourteen years from toinclusive, 2, physicians visited the Medical Office there, an average of yearly. [Pg vii] PREFACE. The writing of this book on that fascinating and somewhat neglected branch of garden literature—the old English Herbals—has been a labour of love, but it could not have been done without all the kind help I have had.
My grateful thanks are due to the authorities at the British Museum, to Professor Burkitt of Cambridge, and very specially to Mr.
Capper for. His gown waved in loose folds; his long dark curls were dressed with exquisite art, and shone and steamed with odours; his step and gesture exhibited an elegant and commanding figure in every posture of polite languor.
But his countenance formed a singular contrast to the general appearance of his person. The ringleader of the Hatton Garden jewellery raid is being guarded by armed police officers while he is treated for cancer in hospital.
Brian Reader, 76, masterminded the burglary last year in. Numb. Domestick Intelligence, Or, News both from CITY and COUNTRY. Published to prevent false Reports.
Tuesday, Decemb. London Decemb. L A st Friday being the nineteenth of this Instant December, the Justices of the Peace of Middlesex and Westminster attended His Majesty in Council, to receive Power and Instructions for the removal of all. This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. In Bristol, William Dyer noted in his diary on 8 September that a German Count at Strasbourg was performing cures free of charge and seemed to possess the secret of the philosophers' stone: Bristol Central Library, B, SR4, vol.
Mesmer wrote to Banks and sent over copies of books by himself and his colleagues: Letter from Mesmer to Cited by: In time, they would come to th Street from all the Northeast and even from across country.
Not merely was the number of Italian immigrants increasing (three million arrived in the U.S. between and ); so was the number of cures and other miracles reported to take place after pilgrims prayed at the shrine.
The effect of this union was the restoration of Sir Edward to the council table, and a temporary reconciliation with his wife; but it appears to have been of short continuance, for within a month after, Lady Hatton gave a grand entertainment to the new-married couple at her house in Hatton Garden, at which the King, the Duke of Buckingham, and.
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Winefred's Well, at Holy-Well, in Flintshire, North Wales ; which spring produces, every minute, night and day, one hundred tons of water: and bathing therein cures many distempers, and strengthens, in an extraordinary manner, all such as have had the small-pox, or any other severe disorders.
In Sir John Floyer wrote A History of Cold Bathing, promoting immersion in cold water as a cure for just about any disease then known, from scurvy to cancers. Hot springs had never entirely gone out of fashion – the heat must have been a great benefit for all kinds of aches and pains – but bathing of any kind had fallen victim to the displeasure of the church .