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PHARMACOPOEIA BATEANA: OR BATE'S DISPENSATORY. Translated from the Last Edition of the Latin Copy (Used)
by Bates. Salmon, William
Book ID: 21393, 21393
"PHARMACOPOEIA BATEANA: OR BATE'S DISPENSATORY. Translated from the Last Edition of the Latin Copy, Published by Mr. James Shipton. Containing his Choice and Select Recipe's, their Names, Compositions, Preparations, Vertues, Uses, and Doses, as they are Applicable to the whole Practice of Physick and Chirurgery. The Arcana Goddardiana, and their Recipe's Interpos'd in their Proper Places, which are almost all Wanting in the Latin Copy. Compleated with above Six Hundred Chymical Processes; and their Explications at Large, Various Observations thereon, and a Rationale upon each Process. To which are Added, the Fam'd Dr. Goddard's Drops, Russel's Pouder, Rabell's Styptick Pouder, Tinctura de Sulphure Metallorum; and the Emplastrum Febrifugum. "
S. Smith & B. Walford, London, 1700. [xviii]+747+[XIII]pp, contents include epistle dedicatory, postscript, errata, Liber I: Of Compound Chymick Internals, Liber II: Of Compound Galenick Internals, Liber III: Of Compound Externals, Index Rerum, Index Morborum. Leatherbound, with five bands on spine, blind-stamped front board, no title information on spine. Binding still strong, scuffing along edges.
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