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A monograph upon aconite : its therapeutic and physiological effects together with its uses, and accurate statements derived from the various sources of medical literature / translated from the German of Dr. Reil, by Henry B. Millard ; prize essay.

  • Reil, Dr. (Wilhelm), 1820-1880
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1860
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Also known as

Monographie des Aconit. English

Publication/Creation

New-York : William Radde, 1860.

Physical description

168 pages ; 23 cm

Notes

Translation of: Monographie des Aconit
"In 1854, Dr. Roth offered in Paris, for the best essay on the physiological and therapeutic action of aconite, a prize ... [T]he following monograph ..., which Dr. Reil declared himself the author, ... [was] awarded the full prize"--pref
"The literature of aconite, chronologically arranged": p. 163-164
NLM copy bound with 8 p. bookseller's catalogue ("Catalogue of Homoeopathic Books, For Sale by William Radde ...").

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes

References note

Bradford, T.L. Homoeopathic bib. of the U.S., p. 244

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