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Four poisonous plants: monk's hood (Aconitum napellus), deadly nightshade (Atropa belladonna), woody nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) and thorn-apple (Datura stramonium) Coloured engraving by J. Johnstone, 1855.

  • Johnstone, John.
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[1855]
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28005i
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Glasgow : Blackie & Son, [1855]

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1 print : rengraving, with watercolour

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Vegetable poisons Aconitum napellus common wolf's bane or monks hood. Atropa belladona deadly nightshade or dwale. Solanum dulcamara woody nightshade or bitter sweet. Datura stramonium common thorn apple. Jno. Johnstone sc.

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Print bears "XXXVI" in top right and "MC__VI" in top left

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Wellcome Library no. 28005i

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  • English
  • Latin


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