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Thomas Raynalde (''fl.'' 1540–1551) was an English physician, known as the translator or editor of Eucharius Rösslin's De Partu Hominis. The translation was published as (often referred to as The Womans Booke) in 1545 and was highly successful, running to eleven or thirteen editions and remaining in use until 1654. A Compendious Declaration of the Excellent Vertues of a Certain Lateli Inventid Oile, published in 1551, is believed to have been written by the same person.

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by Raynalde, Thomas, active 1540-1551
London : Printed [by Robert Barker, Bernard Alsop, and Thomas Fawcet] for A. H[ebb] and are to be sold by Iohn Morret, at the two Tuns in little Britaine, 1634
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Uniform title: Old tenures
Imprinted at London : In Paules churchyarde, at the sygne of the Starre, by Thomas Raynalde, [ca. 1550]
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Uniform title: Epistola, rationem modumque propinandi radicis chynae decocti pertractans. English
by Vesalius, Andreas, 1514-1564
Venetiis : Ioan. Gryphius excudebat, MDLI. [1551]
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Uniform title: De partu hominis. English
by Rösslin, Eucharius, -1526
London : printed for J.L. Henry Hood, Abel Roper, and Richard Tomlins, and are to be sold at their shops in Fleetstreet; and at the Sun and Bible in Pie-Corner, 1654
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