This is the myrour or glasse of helth : necessary and nedefull for euery person to loke in, that wyll kepe theyr body from the syckenes of the pestylence: and it sheweth howe the planettes raygne, in euery houre of the daye and the nyght: with the natures and exposicions of the .xii. sygnes, deuided by the .xii. monthes of the yere. And sheweth the remedyes for manye diuers infyrmytes and diseases, that hurteth the body of man.

Moulton, Thomas.
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Myrour or glasse of helthe
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Myrour or glasse of helth.
Glasse of helthe.
[[London] : Imprynted by me Robert wyre, dwellynge at the sygne of seynt Johan euangelyst in seynt Martyns parysshe in the felde, besyde Charynge crosse, in the Bysshop of Norwytche rents, [not after 1531]]
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Signatures: a-k⁴ (-k4, blank).
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