1 edition of The Edinburgh new dispensatory found in the catalog.
by Printed for Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown; Baldwin, Craddock and Joy; F. C. & J. Rivington; and Ogle, Duncan & Co., London; and Hodges & M"Arthur, Dublin in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Other titles||Duncan"s Edinburgh new dispensatory.|
|Statement||by Andrew Duncan, Jun|
|Contributions||Rixon, H., active 19th century former owner, St. Thomas"s Hospital. Medical School Library, King"s College London|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||clxxvi, 738 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||738|
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Dec 14, · The Edinburgh new dispensatory including complete and accurate translations of the London pharmacopoeia : Dublin pharmacopoeia 2d ed., enl. and much improved. by Lewis, William.
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Being an improvement of the New dispensatory by Dr Lewis. The second edition; with many alterations, corrections, and additions. by Lewis, William. Published by printed for William Creech in Edinburgh.
Written in EnglishPages: The Edinburgh new dispensatory: containing I. The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry. The materia medica; or the natural, pharmaceutical and medical. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: containing I.
The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry. The materia medica; or, an account of the different substances employed in medicine. III. The pharmaceutical preparations and medicinal compositions of the latest editions of the London and Edinburgh pharmacopoeias.
Full text of "Supplement to The Edinburgh new dispensatory" See other formats. a new supplement to the pharmacop ias of london edinburgh dublin and paris forming a complete dispensatory including the new french medicines being a general book of formul etc START HAVING FUN.
" A New Supplement To The Pharmacop Ias Of London Edinburgh Dublin And Paris Forming A Complete Dispensatory Including The New French Medicines Being A.
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The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry. The materia medica III. The pharmaceutical preparations and compositions; including complete and accurate translations of the octavo edition of the London pharmacopoeia, published in ; Dublin pharmacopoeia, published in ; and of the new edition of the Edinburgh pharmacopoeia.
The Edinburgh new dispensatory: with the additions of the most approved formulae, from the best foreign pharmacopoeias ; the whole interspersed with practical cautions and observations ; and enriched with the latest discoveries in natural history, chemistry, and medicine ; with new tables of elective attractions, of antimonial and mercurial preparations, &c.
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A New Supplement To The Pharmacopoeias Of London Edinburgh Dublin And Paris Product Details. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: containing I. The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry.
The materia medica, or the natural pharmacuetical and medical history, of the substances employed in medicine.
Item # LEWIS, W. [and the] Gentlemen of the Faculty at Edinburgh. THE NEW DISPENSATORY. THE NEW DISPENSATORY. CONTAINING I. THE ELEMENTS OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY. Lewis, as Jefferson's private secretary, may have read the following from the Edinburgh New Dispensatory, a book in the president's library: Egypt, Persia, and some other provinces of Asia, have hitherto supplied us with this commonly: in those countries, large quantities of poppies are cultivated for this purpose.
New York: J Eastburn & Co., Fifth Enlarged Edition. full contemp calf. A near fine copy in a handsome binding. 8vo. There are five eng. plates relating to chemistry and pharmacy equipment.
A superb copy of the most complete post colonial edition of this book. Most of the additions to the text are based on American sources and information.
Get this from a library. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: containing, I. the elements of pharmaceutical chemistry, II. the materia medica III. the pharmaceutical preparations and compositions.
[Andrew Duncan, Jun.; William Lewis]. Edinburgh: And for C. Elliot and T. Kay, London, Edinburgh: printed for Charles Elliot, Refr: ESTC N Resp: Dedication signed Andrew Duncan Desc: With a half-title Note: A revised edition of William Lewis's 'The new dispensatory' Prov: (C ) Inscribed - 'John Brooke, his book.
The Edinburgh New Dispensatory Lewis, William Published by Printed for William Creech, Edinburgh Location of original: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts View thumbnails of the 3 pages in this document View Image. Feb 16, · The Edinburgh New Dispensatory by William Lewis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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