A thousand notable things on various subjects; disclosed from the secrets of nature and art, practicable, profitable, and of great advantage set down ... digested into fourteen books with strict ame

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1815 Excerpt: ...is pained with the Tooth Ache drop three or four drops of the Juice into his Ear, on that side the pain is, and let him lie on the other-side an hour or two, and it will not only take away the present pain, but also the Party that trieth. it shall never be troubled with the Tooth Ache afterwards.--This was reported to me for a truth, by one who had proved the same. 39. Lay a Dish over Hot Sodden Milk, and there will be Water on the inside of the Dish, which Water keep in some glass, whereof if a little be put intosore,pained,ordim Eyes, it will help them marvellously--This was affirmed to me for a truth. 40. A Fly drowned in Water, Wine, Ale, or Beer, and si thoroughly dead, being laid in Warm Ashes (but they must not be burning or very hot) will recover and live again.--This is very true. 41. If you do gather Roses when they be fully ripe, and immediately cut away the new tops and the uppermost branches of that year, you shall have new and fresh Roses grow the same year about Michaelmas.--/ know this to be true, and for a truth I have published it abroad. 42. Worms and Venomous Creatures are driven away from any place with the Smoke or Fume of other Creatures of the same kind. 43. Quicksilver Killed, Burned Lead, the Scales of Iron, or Black Hellebore, mixed with some pleasant meat that the Mice love, if any Mice eat thereof, it will kill them.--Mizaldus. 44. There is a certain Gum brought from the firm land of Peru, which helps the Gout with purging the cause thereof; if you put of itas much as a nut in Distilled Water, which Water ought to be the quantity of two ounces, and give the same to the Patient, he must forbear meat till the midst of the day. 45. If a handful of Figs be stamped till the Kcrnells be broken, then tempered with a little Fresh Grease...

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