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A group of vaccinators leading a small-pocked woman form a procession past a university, with Death waving his scythe behind them; the members of the university doze in the foreground; attributing the decline of Germany in 19th century to vaccination and syphilis. Lithograph after C.G.G. Nittinger, 1856.
- Nittinger, Carl Georg Gottlob.
A drunken satyr cavorts atop the globe; to his right physicians and quacks fight for legitimacy; to his left the scales held by a blindfold Justice are tipped by a lawyer's money: an allegory of the world of justice and health overturned into one of chance and greed. Coloured etching after J. Smies, c. 1800.
- Smies, Jacob, 1764-1833.
The craft and frauds of physick expos'd. The very low prices of the best medicines discover'd. The costly preparations ... condemn'd. And the too frequent use of physick prov'd destructive to health. With instructions to prevent being cheated and destroy'd by the prevailing practice
- Pitt, Rob., 1653-1713.
Pharmacomastix, or, The office, use, and abuse of apothecaries explained : the present degenerate state of pharmacy, with its manifold corruptions and adulterations, considered; and some essays on reforming thereof humbly addressed to a Member of Parliament, with intent to shew the necessity of amending and continuing a temporary statute, for preventing frauds and abuses committed in the making and vending unsound, adulterate, and bad drugs and medicines, now near expiring
- Lucas, Charles, 1713-1771.
The trial of a cause between Richard Maddox, gent., plaintiff, and Dr. M----y [Morley] defendent, physician, and man-midwife, before Sir Michael Foster, Knt. ... at Guildhall, London, March 2, 1754 ... In an action upon the case, brought by the plaintiff against the defendant for ... not performing his ofice as a man-midwife in the delivery of the wife of ... plaintiff ... To which will be added, some extraordinary cases in midwifery; extracted from the writings of ... Dr. Deventer, of Leyden
- Maddox, Richard.