Select observations on English bodies of eminent persons in desperate diseases

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Statementfirst written in Latin by Mr. John Hall ... ; after Englished by James Cook ... ; to which is now added, an hundred like counsels and advices, for several honourable persons, by the same author ; in the close is added, Directions for drinking of the bath-water, and Ars cosmetica, or beautifying art, by H. Stubbs ..
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 667:6
ContributionsCooke, James, 1614-1694, Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676., Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[30], 350 p., l leaf of plates
Number of Pages350
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15040099M

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He published them in22 years after Hall's death, as Select observations on English bodies, or Cures both empericall and historicall performed upon very eminent persons in desperate diseases. The earliest case, in Stratford, dates frommaking it almost certain that Hall lived and worked in Stratford from at least the time of his.

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As a result, Cooke issued in the rare volume entitled ‘Select Observations on English Bodies, and Cures both Empericall and Historicall performed upon very eminent persons in desperate diseases, first written in Latin by Mr. John Hall, physician, living at Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, where he was very famous, as also in the.

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for Benjamin Shirley. Why Shakespeare’s own finale remains a closed book Select observations on English bodies, or Cures both empericall and historicall performed upon very eminent persons in Author: Dr. Howard Markel. His only book, Select observations on English bodies, or Cures both empericall and historicall performed upon very eminent persons in desperate diseases, is of antiquarian interest only, its prescriptions hardly distinguishable from the ingredients of the witches’ cauldron in Macbeth.

N ow let us turn to Dr. Hall, whose medical observations, compiled from his notes after his death, appeared as a book, Select Observations on English Bodies of Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases, that went through three editions in the seventeenth century.

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James Cook, ), OBSERV. [4] Hugh Trevor-Roper, Europe’s Physician (), p. Medicine -- Early works to See also what's at your Select observations on English bodies of eminent persons in desperate diseases first written in Latin by Mr.

John The store-house of physical practice being a general treatise of the causes and signs of all diseases afflicting human bodies: together with the shortest, plainest. Select observations on English bodies of eminent persons in desperate diseases first written in Latin by Mr. John Hall ; after Englished by James Cook ; to which is now added, an hundred like counsels and advices, for several honourable persons, by the sam: Hall, John, / [].

Thomas Nash (baptised 20 June – died 4 April ) was the first husband of William Shakespeare's granddaughter Elizabeth lived most of his life in Stratford-upon-Avon, and was the dominant male figure amongst Shakespeare's senior family line after the death of Dr. John Hall, Shakespeare's son-in-law, in Born: Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

behind a case-book Select Observations on English Bodies or Cures Both Empirical and Historical performed upon very Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases. This work, in abbreviated form, was edited by Dr James Cooke, who in the preface stated Dr Hall “lead the way to that practice almost generally used by the most knowing, of mixing.

Select Observations on English Bodies of Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases First Written in Latin by John Hall; After Englished by James Cook. () avg rating — 0 ratings3/5(1). They were purchased and translated from Latin by Dr James Cooke who published them in22 years after Hall's death, as Select observations on English bodies, or Cures both empericall and historicall performed upon very eminent persons in desperate diseases.

Select observations on English bodies of eminent persons in desperate diseases first written in Latin by Mr. John Hall, physician: after Englished by James Cook, author of The marrow of chirurgery ; to which is now added An hundred like counsels and Hall, John, [ Book: ] At UQ Library.

Hall's Croft and Medicine Hall's Croft as a School The case notes were published by James Cooke after Hall’s death in Select observations on English bodies, or Cures both empericall and historicall performed upon very eminent persons in desperate diseases.

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John Hall (London, ), pp. Jane Sharp, The Midwives Book. Select observations on English bodies of eminent persons in desperate diseases: A specimen of some animadversions upon a book entituled, Plus ultra, or, Modern improvements of useful knowledge writtten by Mr.

Joseph Glanvill, a member of the Royal Society. The vitrine includes a copy of the English version—the original was in Latin—of his Select Observations on English Bodies of Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases. With added appendix (no pun apparently intended) by physician H.

Stubbs on “Directions for drinking of the Bath-water, and Ars Cosmetica, or beautifying art.” (Not clear from. For John Hall, see Hall, "Select Observations on English Bodies: Or, Cures Both Empiricall and Historicall, Performed upon Very Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases," in Shakespeare's Son-in-Law: John Hall, Man and Physician, ed.

Harriet Joseph (; Hamden CT: Archon Books, ), pp. ; for Richard Napier, see Michael MacDonald. Select Observations on English Bodies, Or, Cures Both Empericall and Historicall Performed Upon Very Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases First Written in Latine by Mr.

John Hall ; Now Put Into English for Common Benefit by James Cooke () Starting at $1, lished his first volume in as Select Observations On English Bodies of Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases, adding some of his own comments and ob- servations. This book appears to have been popular.

A second edition was published in and a third in the second edition is the one described in Lane’s book’ as. Textual and contextual evidence suggests that the French king's fistula, a central plot device in Shakespeare's playAll's Well That Ends Well, is a fistula-in-ano.

Anal fistula was known to the lay public in Shakespeare's time. In addition, Shakespeare may have known of the anal fistula treatise of John Arderne, an ancestor on Shakespeare's mother's side. A selection of Dr Hall’s case notes was first published inwith the grandiose title Select Observations on English Bodies of Eminent Persons in Desperate Diseases and the bookshop carries a facsimile edition, with additional historical and social commentary, under the more prosaic title John Hall and his Patients.

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When I have a medical problem or someone in the family, first I go to the Merck Manual and then to this book, and usually find the cure in this book.i bought this book new inand have used it about 20 times, and bought used copies for my friends and family over the years/5(4).

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