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The new family herbal : comprising a description, and the medical virtues of British and foreign plants, founded on the works of eminent modern English and American writers on the medical properties of herbs: to which is added, The botanic family physician; valuable medical receipts; and important directions regarding diet, clothing, bathing, air, exercise, &c., &c. / by Matthew Robinson.

Robinson, Matthew.
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[1863?]
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Publication/Creation

London : W. Nicholson & Sons, [1863?]

Physical description

480 pages, 24 unnumbered leaves of color plates : illustrations ; 14 cm

Notes

Illustrated title page and frontispiece added with title, "The new family herbal and botanic physician"

Bibliographic information

Includes index

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  • 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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