Ioyfvll newes out of the new-found vvorlde : Wherein are declared, the rare and singuler ventues of diuers herbs, trees, plantes, oyles & stones, with their applications, as well to the vse of phisicke, as of chirurgery ... Also the portrature of the said hearbs, verie aptly described: Englished by John Frampton, marchant. Newly corr. ... Whervnto are added three other bookes treating of the bezaar stone, the herb escuerconera, the properties of iron and steele in medicine, and the benfit of snow
- The first[-third] part of the thinges that are brought from the West Indias (1. 1-)--A booke which treateth of two medicines most excellent against all venome, which are the bezaar stone, & the hearbe escuerconera (1. -138)--the dialogve of yron, which treateth of the greatnesse thereof (1. 139-163)--The boke which treateth of the snow, and of the properties & ventues thereof. (1. 173-187).
- Nos. 164-170 omitted in numbering leaves.
Leaf 1-- with running title "The first[-thyrde] part of the thinges that are brought from the West Indias" contain a translation of Monardes' "Primera y segvnda y tercera partes de la historia medicinal de las cosas que se traen de nuestras Indias Occidentales que siruen en medicina. Sevilla, A. Escriuano, 1754" (Seuilla, F. Dias, 1580).
- Reproduction Note:
- Microform. Washington, D.C., Microcard Editions, 1957. 8 microfiches ; 8 x 13 cm. (Jeffersonian Americana) Filmed from original in the University of Virginia Library.
- Reviewed/Cited In:
- Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from its discovery to the present. 49946.
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