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Medical botany; or, illustrations and descriptions of the medicinal plants of the London, Edinburgh, and Dublin pharmacopoeias : Comprising a poular and scientific account of poisonous vegetables indigenous to Great Britain / By John Stephenson and James Morss Churchill.

Stephenson, John, 1790-1864.
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MDCCCXXXIV-MDCCCXXXVI [1834-1836]
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Also known as

Illustrations and descriptions of the medicinal plants of the London, Edinburgh and Dublin pharmacopoeias

Publication/Creation

London : Printed for J. Churchill, MDCCCXXXIV-MDCCCXXXVI [1834-1836]

Physical description

3 volumes , [185 leaves of plates in colour] : color illustrations ; 22 cm

Edition

New edition/

Notes

Alternative title: "Illustrations and descriptions of the medicinal plants of the London, Edinburgh and Dublin pharmacopoeias"
With half-title pages

Reproduction note

First published in 1831

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Languages

  • English


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This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London.

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