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Pharmacopoeia reformata : or, an essay for a reformation of the London Pharmacopoeia, by a set of remarks on the draught for a new one : and on the brief account of the proceedings of the committee appointed by the College of Physicians, to thoroughly reform their book : interpreted with some occasional observations on some of the most celebrated modern dispensatories, and the present state of pharmacy.
- Lewis, William, 1708-1781.
Antidotaria; or, a collection of antidotes against the plague, and other malignant diseases. Together with some decent and useful remarks, on the late Pharmacopeia Londinensis, in a letter to the President and College of Physicians; shewing the necessity of a farther reformation of their new London dispensatory ...
- Browne, Joseph, active 1700-1721.
The Royal College of Physicians of London founded and established by law; as appears by Letters Patents, Acts of Parliament, adjudged cases, etc. and an historical account of the College's proceedings against empiricks and unlicensed practisers in every princes reign from their first incorporation to the murther of the royal martyr, King Charles the First
- Goodall, Charles, 1642-1712.
A critical dissertation upon the manner of the preparation of mercurial medicines, and their operation on human bodies ... also, a demonstration that all the methods hitherto invented in order to convey quick-silver internally into the blood, retaining its metalline texture and properties, have proved abortive. As also, a certain method of introducing the same metal ... internally into the blood ...
The life of Thomas Linacre : Doctor of Medicine, physician to King Henry VIII; the tutor and friend of Sir Thomas More, and the founder of the college of physicians in London : with memoirs of his contemporaries, and of the rise and progress of learning, more particularly of the schools from the ninth to the sixteenth century inclusive
- Johnson, John Noble, 1787-1823.
Examination of the president and examiners of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and of the medical and surgical corporate bodies of the United Kingdom, with an analysis of the evidence given before the select committee of the House of Commons; and suggestions for an improved system of medical government
- Crisp Edwards, 1806-1882.