The New Dispensatory

The New Dispensatory

Containing, I. the Elements of Pharmacy. II. the Materia Medica, or An Account of the Substances Employed in Medicine; With the Virtues and Uses of Each Article, So Far as They Are Warranted by Experience and Observation. III. The Preparations and Compositions of the New London and Edinburgh Pharmacopoeias; With Such of the Old Ones as Are Kept in the Shops; the Most Celebrated Foreign Medicines; the Most Useful of Those Directed in the Hospitals; Sundry Elegant Extemporaneous Forms, &c. Digested in Such A Method as to Compose A Regular System of Pharmacy; With Remarks on Their Preparation and Uses; the Means of Distinguishing Adulterations; of Performing the More Difficult and Dangerous Processes With Ease and Safety, &c. The Whole Interspersed With Practical Cautions and Observations

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Publisher: London : printed for J. Nourse, Bookseller in Ordinary to his Majesty, MDCCLXX. [1770]
Edition: The third edition corrected, with large additions
Characteristics: viii,[4],692p. ; 8⁰


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