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A practical treatise on the peculiar tonic & stomachic properties of the round-leaf cornel, (Cornus circinata) : particularly in cases of indigestion of weakly & elderly people, and for local and general debility, the consequences of excessive indulgence in spirituous or vinous liquors, savoury dishes, or a long residence in a tropical climate, and for the breaking up the system, termed the climacteric malady : with directions as to the choice of articles of diet, etc. etc. : to which is added, an account of the antispasmodic properties of the lobelia inflata, with directions for its exhibition in spasmodic asthma, hooping cough, St. Vitus's dance, etc. / by J.H. Robinson.

  • Robinson, Joseph Heyliger, -1835.
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1829
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Publication/Creation

London : Sold by S. Highley, 1829.

Physical description

x, 110 pages ; 22 cm

Edition

2nd ed.

Notes

3rd ed. entitled: A practical treatise on the diet, &c. of weakly subjects. 5th ed. entitled: A practical treatise on general or partial debility

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  • English


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This material has been provided by The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The original may be consulted at The Royal College of Surgeons of England.

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