Detail View: LUNA: Folger Manuscript Transcriptions Collection: Receipt book [manuscript].

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Receipt book [manuscript].
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compiled ca. 1600
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folio 51 verso || folio 52 recto
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FSL collection
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folio 52 recto 52 Electuary for the Stone 1 The Use A coulde Oyntement for the Backe The Use A special Drinke for the same 2 To preserve the ingendering of the Stone A Powlder for the same 2 Another Drinke for the Stone A Powlder for the Coulde to breake the same 3 To make an odoriferous Perfume to last longer Agaynst the payne of bladder & gravel 5 To stoppe the Hycket Agaynst defnes & hardnes of hearinge 6 Agaynst the payne of the Eares, defnes, durt or filthe, wormes, or water that is in them For to stenche bleedynge at the nose Agaynst the dymnesse or daselynge of the sight Agaynst the Webbe or spots in the Eye 7 For to make Heares to growe For to kill Lyce To stenche the bleedinge at the Nose For a horse that is cloied or pricked with a nayle 8 For a horse that cannot stale To take away red Rubies that grow in the face by reason of the heate of the liver For one that can take nothing at the mouth, or else to make him goe to the stoole & to sweate well 9 To make very good blacke Ynke To make red Ynke 10 To heale the payne of the head. To make a Greene and a Redd without thicknesse for to write with upon paper To preserve a man from vomitinge on the sea 11 For those that have a stinkinge breathe because of the stomake 12 Agaynst the stynkynge of the breath A medicine for a galde horse 13 For a horse when he hath sprunge a vayne For the scratches in a horse heels 15 For the Yeallowes 16 Note: second column To make a white marke in a horse For the Retrete 17 For the Gravelinge For a strayte hove To make one that is poisned to vomit up the poison 19 To make one have a good memorye To make very good black Yncke 20 To make Water Imperiall 21 The Water's vertew To draw an arrow head or other yron out of a wounde 23 Agaynst the biteinge of venemous beastes To make Glue or Past that holdeth as fast as a Naile To male Hennes laye Egges all the winter To cause marvelous Dreames 24 To make a Candell that can not be put out To make that your children shall have no payne or greefe in their Teeth For to make a cleere Voice For one that hath his Sight troubled For one that is broke 25 For one that hath his coddes swollen Agaynst the Plague To make Womens Milke encrease A Preservative in time of Pestilence or Plage & against all venim or poison & bitinge of a madde dogge To kill Lise & Nittes in the Heade 26 To make Letters of Golde without Golde To make Silver Letters without Silver To make greene letters To make that no dogge shall barke at you To make that wilde beastes shall not hurt you 27 To take awaye the payne of the goute For to see wilde beastes in a dreame To make that fruites shall not rot upon the tree 28 To make letters that cannot be red onles the paper be put in water To make letters that cannot be red but at the fire To make that a woman shall eate of nothinge that is set upon the table
Transcriptions made by Shakespeare’s World volunteers (, participants in EMROC classes and transcribathons (, participants in Folger paleography classes and transcribathons, and Folger docents.