Edward Topsell was born in Sevenoaks, Kent and baptised in He matriculated as a sizar at Christ’s College, Cambridge in , and graduated BA in. Author: Topsell, Edward, ? Title: The history of four-footed beasts and serpents describing at large their true and lively figure, their several names. Edward Topsell Source for information on Edward Topsell: Science and Its Times: Understanding the Social Significance of Scientific Discovery.
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Of the Wilde CAT. Of the Frenzy and Madness of a Horse. And finally, of the four times, belonging to every sickness.
Of Cauterization, or giving the fire, as well actual as potential. Of the Hungry Evill.
L Full Bibliographic Record: Of the greatest Horse-masters and nourishers of Horses. The Medicines of the Panther, or Leopard. Of old Ulcers or Wounds. Of the dry Cough.
Refer to Wellcome blog post archive. Another receit for broken bones. Of several kindes of Horses. The Remedies out of a Wilde Goat.
Of a Horse that is hipped, or hurt in the hips. Of the diseases belonging to the Bladder and Urine of a Horse. Of the diseases of Sheep, and their causes in general. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.
To heal the biting or stinging of Serpents. Of the Cold in the Head. Da Capo Press, Of the pain in their Lungs.
Of the Division of the Second Book. Of casting the Hoof. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. Of Bloud-shotten Eyes, also for a blow or itching, and rubbing in the Eyes. Of Lice, and how to eedward them. Of the Medicines which may be made of the Viper.
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Of the Spaven, both bone and bloud. Understanding the Social Significance of Scientific Discovery. Of the diseases in the Gall.
Of the diseases of Swine. Of the dry Spaven. Of the manginess of the Mane. Of the Panther, commonly called a Pardal, a Leopard, and a Libbard.
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Of swallowing down Hens dung. Of Surfeting with glut of Provender. Externall remedies out of Rhasis. Of the uses of Horse-flesh, Mares-milk, and other parts.
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Also on display here are bees, scorpions, frogs, crocodiles, goats, apes, bison, snakes, lizards, camels, sea serpents, tortoises, and many other animals. Of the Fretized, broken and rotten Lungs.
Science and Its Times: The Dictionary of National Biography: Of the statues and figures of Horses. Of the sickness of the Spleen. Of the Warts, and Cratches of Sheep. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Of the Mouse called the Shrew, or the Erd shrew.