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Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade (Newspaper) - March 22, 1895, London, Middlesex m.6. a f, ami*. 139. COLLECT For Improvement of Friday,.March *2. i6p|. Neats-Feet, bow ordered. The Bones and OW, of what Ufe. 7& jp"^ �f DFeffing. 7?� Chara- i der of a Phyfician. Trice of Corn, &c. in kiapy Counties*:' Of En�li(h Commodities in London^' Cf kdaow in. Companies. Of Flefli, &c. Exchequer Funis. Advertifements. ; � ^ | I He Neats-Feet are thrown into cold plafms, pr any thing elfe proper; the Inward,! Water, and wafliM clean, then into to order! the . Adminiftratipn of Acids, Ak\ a Copper of Boylmg-Water, and there Mies,Purges,Vomits.DiapboreticfaNarcoticks) and they boyl for four or fix hours: feveralotherMedicines. ^ ' Thisdone, they are put mtp Cold Water, which Understandingall this, he is well versed in the \ makes the Hair and flbo/Vprefently ftrip off, Nature of the Simples, whereof his Medlciries and makes them fit for Market. are made, he knows well the outiide of Minerals, The great Bones are pulFd out, and are fit Vegetablesand Animals�': Alfa; he is a good Cby* for encompafing the Beds of Gardens, and for mffi, and knows the Nature of the Paris, and Pavements, and divers forts of Bone-Ware. - In the Arts and Iffeas of Mixture* whereby in A- boyling, there comes forth an Oil, uled for nimal Bodies (hall be deftroyed or impro?'d any Medicine, Coaches, and feveral other ufes, and fort of Juice. it has this property that it will never freeze. So that a Phyfician is a great header to know Befide the common Way of dreffing, w*.., what has formerly been done, a great Obferver frying with Onions, Some- boy! them and cof ofwhatin his time is done, anexquifite Anato- ver them over with boyrd Onions, as they do mifi, a curious Simpler, an induftrious Chymift with a boyl'd Rabbit, .and they are very good and well verft'd in the Art of fixture. In fhbrt, lo: But forae take our all the Bones, roll it in- he is* good Pbilofopber, and of good Judgment to a Collar, and fowce it, as thejr doBrawn, to compare things with things, and thence draw And now what remains to be laid of K*�e Inferences.. except the manner of Nutrition, Hiftories of the This Art is chiefly applied to Human Bodies, Blood and its Circulation; Of Milk, Urine, and but in a large Sence its applicable to all Animals. Dun? ? Which I'll give you as well as I can > al- _ , , tho5 the perfea account thereof can hardly be Next Friday expQ^ more, Written by any but the true Vhyfician, whofe . * Yours,*^. Character I take to be as follows. %zjMitrht/nf pp r The Character of a Phyfician. John tt
^hac there ls a Fair granted J 1 ?S? 1 De0cneLme?nS? tlie Ult fttie 1 to be kept in BrMJbF^MarRet-Place near the Eaft end of hisProfefiton. So thenhe is not only a Cornerdf mde^Park.>iaMidMefex, for all forts of Goods,- Vhyfician, Philofofber, or Naturalift, but alio a and the tWo firft Days will be for live Catde and Leather. Healer, orelfe he'll hardly delerve his Title of The Fair will begin on the firft Day of Mp next ,6P5> pi/v;' . and continues till the Sixteenth Dayj-and fo will be held wyjician.^ and not only Ffowr/,.andall forts of Bolbqus and fibrous Ants : A|fo fo, but he knows the Obfervations eminent Men Garden-Seeds. ,f '�� . . ,. have made, and compares them with his own, J^^&T^^^� which prepares htm for leveralCales he never cheapas withanyreafonthey can bedemxd to be bought for, before met with, and confirms him in Others. .and I verily believe he may be depended o& But he ex- Altho'Oblervation conduces much to this Art, peds his Money here in Town at the' Place; where he flail yet he well underftands knowing elfe deliver the Goods* he mould want a,great deal of fit Knowledge: QUch Perfons as arc willing to buy or fell Blank or Be-ForicteachesMmtheourfdandiardParts of Animals i the Outward, lo asto apply Employ- 0(fce n the trinhy-tenje in Fincb-Une, laa^cvery JDay Jlers, Ointments, Oils, Efithems, Fomentations, Cat a- from One a Clock to Four in the Afternoon": Atccnd�n6C being givtn Thofc Three Hours only.
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