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History of the proceedings of the committee appointed by the general meeting of apothecaries, chemists, and druggists in London, for the purpose of obtaining relief from the hardships imposed on the dealers in medicine, by certain clauses and provisions contained in the new Medicine Act, passed June 3, 1802, together with a view of the Act, as it now stands, in its ameliorated state; to which are added the substance of every clause in the acts of June 3 1802, and July 4 1803 and the clauses of both these Acts, collated ... consolidated and explained ... With explanatory notes and observations

Chamberlaine, William, 1749-

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London : S. Highley, 1804.

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v, 53 pages ; (8vo)


  • English

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