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The new dispensatory: containing I. The theory and practice of pharmacy. II. A distribution of medicinal simples, according to their Virtues and sensible Qualities; the Description, Use, and Dose of each Article. III. A full translation of the London and Edinburgh pharmacopoeias; with the Use, Dose, &c. of the several Medicines. IV. Directions for extemporaneous prescription; with a select Number of elegant Forms. V. A collection of cheap remedies for the use of the poor. The Whole interspersed With Practical Cautions and Observations. Intended as a correction, and improvement of Quincy.

  • Lewis, William, 1708-1781.
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London : printed for J. Nourse, opposite Catharine Street in the Strand. MDCCLIII, [1753]

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vi,[6],xxxii,664p. ; 80.

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ESTC T171382



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