There was no Edward Lord Falkland before the reign of William III. Also, in answer to Dr. Maitland's Query respecting the fate of Bindley's copy of Borde's Dyetary of Health, 1567, in a priced copy of the Catalogue now before me, the name of Rodd stands as the purchaser for eleven shillings. Nov. 26. 1849 A Flemish Account, &c.
Traveller, b. near Cuckfield, Sussex, was brought up as a Carthusian, and held ecclesiastical appointments, then practised medicine at various places, including Glasgow, and was employed in various capacities by T. Cromwell. He travelled widely, going as far as Jerusalem, and wrote descriptions of the countries he had visited. His Dyetary is the first English book of domestic medicine.
From Andrew Boorde's Introduction , and Dyetary , edited by F.J.F. for Early English Text Society, 1870, p. 116. not otherwise bestowed than in all excess, as if we wist not otherwise how to consume and waste them.