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On the cure of scrofulous diseases attributed to the Royal Touch', (). Philosophic words, a study ofstyle and measuringAuthor: L C McHenry and R MacKeith. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Even for those with the chronic disease of scrofula, abscesses and swollen glands often disappear on their own, sometimes reappearing much later. If the sores disappeared days, weeks or even years later, the king’s touch was credited with the cure. In Shakespeare’s play Macbeth (early s), the royal touch to cure scrofula is described. 6. HUSSEY, EDWARD, 'On the cure of scrofulous diseases attributed to the royal touch', ArchaeoL J., , 10, ; Emphasisadded. 7. Theregister bookefor Stanton St. Johns (Robert Pepper Register); unpaginated. 8. For an earlier treatment, with respect to .
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