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An experimental history of the materia medica, or, of the natural and artificial substances made use of in medicine : containing a compendious view of their natural history, and account of their pharmaceutic properties, and an estimate of their medicinal powers, so far as they can be ascertained by experience, or by rational induction from their sensible qualities / by William Lewis.

  • Lewis, William, 1708-1781.
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1784
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Publication/Creation

London : printed for J. Johnson; and R. Baldwin, 1784.

Physical description

xxiii, 1 unnumbered page, 691 pages, 33 unnumbered pages ; 29 cm

Edition

Third edition /

Notes

With an index

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Languages

  • English


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This material has been provided by The University of Glasgow Library. The original may be consulted at The University of Glasgow Library.

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