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Considerations on the use and abuse of antimonial medicines in fevers, and other disorders; containing a chemical examination of all the antimonial preparations in the several dispensatories; and a special enquiry into the nature, properties, and effects, of febrifuge medicines, particularly emetic tartar, Dr. James's and the Edinburgh powder.

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1773
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London : For John Murray, 1773.

Physical description

2 unnumbered leaves, iii, 48 pages ; (8vo)

References note

ESTC N14962

Notes

Copy 1. Supplier/Donor: Med. Soc. Lond. This book was formerly part of the collection of the Medical Society of London, which was deposited for safekeeping in the Wellcome Library in 1964. It was eventually purchased by the Wellcome Trust in 1984, with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and other charities.

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