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The Edinburgh new dispensatory : containing, I. The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry: II. The materia medica; or, The natural, pharmaceutical, and medical history, of the substances employed in medicine: III. The pharmaceutical preparations and compositions. Including translations of the London Pharmacopoeia, published in 1809 ; of the Edinburgh Pharmacopoeia, in 1805 ; and of the Dublin Pharmacopoeia, in 1807. Illustrated and explained in the language, and according to the principles, of modern chemistry. With many new and useful tables; and several copperplates of chemical characters and pharmaceutical apparatus

Duncan, Andrew, Jun., 1773-1832.

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

King’s College London

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Edinburgh : printed for Bell & Bradfute. Sold by John Muray, London ; and Gilbert and Hodges, Dublin, 1810.


Fifth edition

Physical description

xxi, 821 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm

Bibliographic information

Includes index

Reproduction note

First published in 1803



  • English


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