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P.J.F., The pharmaceutical journal formulary : a register of formulae for medicinal preparations sold by chemists and druggists, and regarded by the Board of Inland Revenue as "known, admitted and approved" remedies, together with collections of useful recipes for galenical preparations, veterinary medicines, photographic solutions, dental preparations, perfumes, toilet requisites, and various other preparations in everyday use / edited by John Humphries.

Humphrey, John.
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1904
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London : The Pharmaceutical Journal Office, 1904.

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xxxvi, 860 pages ; 27 cm

Notes

Includes "Supplementary pages, containing a list of additions and corrections ... ", numbered continuously with main text, located inside back cover

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This material has been provided by UCL Library Services. The original may be consulted at UCL (University College London)

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