Author:Thomas Phaer

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Thomas Phaer

English doctor and lawyer


  • Natura Brevium, newly corrected in Englishe with diuers addicions of statutes, book-cases, plees (1535)
  • Newe Boke of Presidentes in maner of a register, wherein is comprehended the very trade of makyng all maner euydence and instrumentes of Practyse, ryght commodyous and necessary for euery man to knowe (1543)


  • "Howe Owen Glendower, being seduced by false prophecies, toke upon him to be Prince of Wales" in Mirrour for Magistrates (1559), by Thomas Sackville
  • Commendatory poem to Military Precepts (1544), by Philip Betham


  • The Regiment of Life (1546), from the french "Regimen Sanitatis Salerni", incorporating his own:-
- A goodly Bryefe Treatise of the Pestylence, with the causes, signs, and cures of the same
- Declaration of the Veynes of Man's Body, and to what Dyseases and Infirmities the opening of every one of them doe serve
- A Book of Children
  • The Seven First Bookes of the Eneidos of Virgil converted into Englishe Meter (1558)
  • The nyne fyrst bookes of the Eneidos of Virgil converted into Englishe vearse by Tho. Phaer, doctour of phisike, with so muche of tenthe booke as since his death (1560) coulde be founde in unperfit papers at his house in Kilgaran Forest in Pembrokeshire (1562), edited by William Wightman

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