3 edition of Every man his own doctor: or, The poor planter"s physician. found in the catalog.
Every man his own doctor: or, The poor planter"s physician.
1734 by Printed and sold by William Parks at his printing-office in Williamsburg, and Annapolis. in [Williamsburg, Va.] .
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 3843.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56,  p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Every Man His Own Doctor: OR. Pamphlet: Every Man His Own Doctor: or, The Poor Planter's Physician DESCRIPTION: This facsimile is reprinted from a copy of the pamphlet which was printed by William Parks in and in Williamsburg, Virginia and Benjamin Franklin in, and in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The pamphlet contains "Plain and Easy Means for Persons to cure themselves of all, or most of the. [John Tennent.] Every Man his own Doctor: or, the Poor Planter's Physician.
Third edition. Williamsburg: William Parks, The first American domestic medicine manual. Tennent was a Virginia doctor controversial for advocating Native American herbal remedies. The earliest surviving copy is of the second edition, Williamsburg, Every man his own doctor, or, The poor planter’s physician: Prescribing, plain and easy means for persons to cure themselves of all, or most of the of the growth and production of this country/5.
Every man his own doctor: or, The poor planter's physician: Prescribing plain and easy means for persons to cure themselves of all, or most of the distempers, incident to this climate, and with very little charge, the medicines being chiefly of the growth and production of this country.
In Franklin reprinted John Tennent’s Every Man his own Doctor, which had been published earlier that year in a “second edition” in Williamsburg, Va.3 Franklin may have concluded this “third edition” with the address to his readers, which is reprinted below; but no complete copy is known.4 In he reprinted Tennent’s pamphlet in a “fourth edition” with the address to his.
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Franklin, Benjamin. “Afterword” to John Tennent, Every Man His Own Doctor; or, The Poor Planters Ph’ ysician. 4th ed. (Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by B. Franklin, ).
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Printing a book was an expensive enterprise because of the scarcity of paper, ink, and especially type. Parks was probably addressing a demand from his readers when he printed, and later reprinted, John Tennant’s work, Every Man His Own Doctor: The Poor Planter’s Physician, and the first cookbook printed in the English colonies, E.
- William Parks publishes Every Man His Own Doctor: or, The Poor Planter's Physician by John Tennent, the first guide to domestic medicine printed in America. - William Parks publishes the first handbook for Virginia's county court justices, The Office and Authority of a Justice of the Peace, written by George Webb.
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