A most excellent and learned vvoorke of chirurgerie, called Chirurgia parua Lanfranci Lanfranke of Mylayne his briefe: reduced from dyuers translations to our vulgar or vsuall frase, and now first published in the Englyshe prynte by Iohn Halle chirurgien. Who hath thervnto necessarily annexed. A table, as wel of the names of diseases and simples with their vertues, as also of all other termes of the arte opened. ... And in the ende a compendious worke of anatomie ... An historiall expostulation also against the beastly abusers, both of chyrurgerie and phisicke in our tyme: with a goodly doctrine, and instruction, necessary to be marked and folowed of all true chirurgie[n]s. All these faithfully gathered, and diligently set forth, by the sayde Iohn Halle. Chirurgia parva. English

Title

A most excellent and learned vvoorke of chirurgerie, called Chirurgia parua Lanfranci Lanfranke of Mylayne his briefe: reduced from dyuers translations to our vulgar or vsuall frase, and now first published in the Englyshe prynte by Iohn Halle chirurgien. Who hath thervnto necessarily annexed. A table, as wel of the names of diseases and simples with their vertues, as also of all other termes of the arte opened. ... And in the ende a compendious worke of anatomie ... An historiall expostulation also against the beastly abusers, both of chyrurgerie and phisicke in our tyme: with a goodly doctrine, and instruction, necessary to be marked and folowed of all true chirurgie[n]s. All these faithfully gathered, and diligently set forth, by the sayde Iohn Halle. Chirurgia parva. English

Author

Lanfranco, of Milan, 13th cent.

Hall, John, b. 1529 or 30.

Date

1565

Place of Publication

London

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A translation of: Chirurgia parva. Partly in verse. The title page verso has a portrait of John Hall dated 1564, followed by four lines of verse beginning: Corporis effigies. "An expositiue table" (with a divisional title page and separate pagination), "The fyrst treatyse of anatomie" (with caption title and separate pagination), and "An historiall expostulation: against the beastlye abusers, bothe of chyrurgerie, and physyke" (with caption title) are all written by John Hall; register is continuous throughout. Includes indexes. The last leaf is blank. Variant 1: a slip with 8 lines of verse beginning "in effigiem" is pasted on the title page verso, or inserted after the title page. Variant 2: title page verso is blank. Variant 3: title page is undated. Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.

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Identifiers
  • OTA: A05049
  • PURL: http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A05049
  • DLPS: A05049
  • STC: STC 15192
  • STC: ESTC S109324
  • EEBO-CITATION: 99844974
  • PROQUEST: 99844974
  • VID: 9833