A modest defence of the caueat giuen to the wearers of impoisoned amulets, as preseruatiues from the plague wherein that point is somewhat more lergely reasoned and debated with an ancient physician, who hath mainteined them by publicke writing: as likewise that vnlearned and dangerous opinion, that the plague is not infectious, lately broched in London, is briefly glansed at, and refuted by way of preface, by Fr. Hering D. in Physicke. Reade without preiudice; iudge without partialitie.

Title

A modest defence of the caueat giuen to the wearers of impoisoned amulets, as preseruatiues from the plague wherein that point is somewhat more lergely reasoned and debated with an ancient physician, who hath mainteined them by publicke writing: as likewise that vnlearned and dangerous opinion, that the plague is not infectious, lately broched in London, is briefly glansed at, and refuted by way of preface, by Fr. Hering D. in Physicke. Reade without preiudice; iudge without partialitie.

Author

Herring, Francis, d. 1628.

Date

1604

Place of Publication

London

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Editorial Practice

"William Jones [3]" from STC. Refers to the caveat in STC 13239.5: Herring, Francis. Certaine rules, directions, or advertisments for this time of pestilentiall contagion: with a caveat to those that weare impoisoned amulets. Running title reads: Against impoisoned amulets. Imperfect; lacking errata; another copy, also in the Harvard University Library, contains errata. Reproduction of the original in the Harvard University. Library.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A03119
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A03119
  • DLPS: A03119
  • STC: STC 13248
  • STC: ESTC S116668
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99851884
  • PROQUEST: 99851884
  • VID: 17177