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Considerations on the use and abuse of antimonial medicines in fevers, and other disorders; containing a chemical examination of all the antimonial preparations in the several dispensatories; and a special enquiry into the nature, properties, and effects, of febrifuge medicines, particularly emetic tartar, Dr. James's and the Edinburgh powder.
A short account of several excellent medicines lately discovered in the argol or tartar; : together with its preparations; viz. the volatile salt, oil, spirit, and fixed salt. To which are annexed, divers remarkable instances of the efficacy of these noble medicines in the following disorders: the raw chrystals, in fits, convulsions, head-ach, &c. The volatile salt, in the consumption, scurvy, weakness of the nerves, venereal distemper, obstruction of the menses, weakness of the stomach, &c. The spirit, in the dropsy, obstructions, lowness of spirits, fainting, &c. The oil, in the gout, asthma, rheumatism, &c. The fixed salt, in the stone, gravel, &c...
- Dove, William Taube.
- M.DCC.LVII. 
Lithiasis anglicana, or, A philosophical enquiry into the nature and origin of the stone and gravel, in human bodies, &c. : Wherein is considered, the possibility of dissolving such animal tartar or calculous concretion. In a letter to David Hartley, author of the cases in behalf of Mrs. Stephen's medicines. To which is added, an account of a new and safe method of cure for the ischury, or total suppression of urine ...
- Bracken, Henry, 1697-1764.