1684 - Advertisement for the London Rhinoceros
A Guide to the Practical Physician: Shewing from the most Approved Authors, both Ancient and Modern, the truest and safest way of Curing all Diseases. Lately Published in Latin by Theoph. Bonet, M.D. And now Rendred into English. With an Addition of many considerable Cases, Rules and Means of Cure, that were omitted by the aforesaid Author. To which is added an Appendix concerning the Office of a Physician, by the same Author. Printed for Thomas Flesher at the Angel and Crown in St. Pauls Church-yard.
A very Strange Beast called a Rhynoceros, lately brought from the East Indies, being the first that ever was in England, is daily to be seen a the Bell Savage Inn on Ludgate-Hill, from Nine a Clock in the Morning till Eight at Night.
All Persons born in the Country of Northampton are desired to take Notice, That there will be held a County Feast on the 13th day of November next, at Merchant-Taylors-Hall, for the promoting of Mutual Society and Charity: Tickets for that purpose are to be had at the Places following; Mr. John Cannons at the Queens Head Tavern in Great Queen-street, Mr. Henry Lamb next to the Goad-Tavern in West-Smithfield, Mr. Tho Cannon at the White-Hart Tavern at Pye-Corner end, Mr Benjamin Alsop at the Bible in the Poultry, at Jonathan’s Coffee-house in Love-lane in Aldermanbury, Mr Rich. Coale Cheesmonger under