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- (1) If a man who owned a grey horse, recited some rhyme he could cure the whooping cough.
(2) The roots of bluebells, cowslip and wild parsley are boiled together, and then strained. This drink is taken for the yellow jaundice.
(3) If a man who never saw his father blew his breath on a lip sore, it would be cured in a short time.
(4) It is supposed that hose have warts should wash the affected parts with water which is lodged in the hollow of a stone.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.