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Image 176, fifthe book, folio 89b, receipts 196 (contd) to 200

The fifthe booke.
times, or els take a new baked loafe as hot as you maye suffer it, and
use the same as is above sayde.
197. For harde heareinge.
Take the urine of a boare, and mingle it with honye, and then droppe
it into thy eare, and it will heale thee.
198. An other for hearinge.
Take fere* honye, and the gall of a weather**, mingle*** it with womans milke,
and droppe it into thyne eare.
199. For him that hath the palsye:
or fallinge evill*.
Let him drinke this his owne water nine dayes, and hee shall never
have it. Probatum est*.
200. For the yellowe iaundise*.
Take the rinde of a barberrie* tree, and seeth** it in milk, & drinke it.
Heere endeth this booke.
heere followeth the

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Transcribed by GB and KS