20; incumbent of Segrave, 63; grammar scholar at Sutton Coldfield, ib.; places known to, ib., 68; where born, 68; patrimony in Staffordshire, ib., kindness received at Walesby, ib.; lover of the country, 79; studies delighted in, 90; Gunter, his fellow-collegiate, 97; younger brother of an ancient family, 142; well pleased with fortune, 188; grateful to patrons, 189; well persuaded of physic, 211; drinks no wine, 246; his mother skilled in chirurgery
, 250; a novice, but not inexpert in love, iii.
En 1665 aparecen las dos primeras revistas cientificas de la era moderna: Journal des Scavants y Philosophical Transactions con trabajos de <<filosofia natural>> o, en terminos mas actuales, de Ciencia en general pero, casi veinte anos despues, se publica en Londres el primer titulo especializado, Medicina curiosa: or a variety of view communications in physick, chirurgery
, and anatomy.
The Queens Closet Opened: Incomparable Secrets in Physick, Chirurgery
, Preserving, Candying, and Cookery (1655) became one of the most popular printed recipe collections in seventeenth-century England.