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A supplement to the pharmacopia : being a concise but ...

A supplement to the pharmacopia : being a concise but ...

A supplement to the pharmacopia : being a concise but

  • Page 2 and 3: ^—H—^WP' uiEriOi ONTARIO yr ^y
  • Page 7 and 8: SUPPLEMENT TO THE P HARM AC OP (EI
  • Page 9 and 10: PREFACE. I UNDERTOOK, in 1844, to e
  • Page 11 and 12: PREFACE. Vii products are necessari
  • Page 13 and 14: SUPPLEMENT TO THE PHARMACOPOEIA, ET
  • Page 15 and 16: PHARMACOPCEIAS AND DISPENSATORIES.
  • Page 17 and 18: PHARMACOPCEIAS AND DISPENSATORIES.
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  • Page 21 and 22: PHARMACOPOiilAS AND DISPENSATORIES.
  • Page 23 and 24: PHARMACOPCEIAS AND DISPENSATORIES.
  • Page 25 and 26: pharmacopq:ias and dispensatories.
  • Page 27 and 28: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 15, WEIGHTS A
  • Page 29 and 30: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 17 The modern
  • Page 31 and 32: k WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 19 104 lbs.
  • Page 33 and 34: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 21 TROY WEIGH
  • Page 35 and 36: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. EQUIVALENTS I
  • Page 37 and 38: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 2& During the
  • Page 39 and 40: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 2f VALUE OF C
  • Page 41 and 42: P WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 29
  • Page 43 and 44: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 31 " imperial
  • Page 45 and 46: WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 33 The weight
  • Page 47 and 48: WEIGHTS AND MEASUREST. 33
  • Page 49 and 50: SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 37 28 inches =
  • Page 51 and 52: ; SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 89 2adly. Tho
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    SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 41 which it sin

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    SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 43 the stem cut

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    SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 45 HYDROMETRICA

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    SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 47

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    Sp. Gr. at 60° Fabr. SPECIFIC GRAV

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    Sp. Gr. Baume. SPECIFIC GRAVITIES.

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    Specific SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 53

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    qdantities of ammonia in solutions

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    Chloroformyl Chlorofomium Creasotum

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    Fahrenheit. THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALE

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    62 THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALENTS. Fahr

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    64 THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALENTS. Fahr

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    66 THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALENTS. Fahr

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    68 THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALENTS. Fali

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    70 THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALENTS. Fali

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    72 THERMOMETRICAL EQUIVALENTS. labr

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    74 FREEZING MIXTURES. Degree of Mix

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    76 EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE. TEMPERAT

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    78 CHEMICAL ELEMENTS, WITH THEIR SY

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    80 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    82 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    84 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    86 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    90 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    92 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS.

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    94 SOLUBILITY OF SALTS. Name. Tin.

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    96 EXPLANATION OF TERMS. Admov., ad

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    98 EXPLANATION OF TERMS F. j)iL,Jia

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    100 SYMBOLS USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS.

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    102 THE PHARMACEUTICAL CALENDAR. AP

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    104 THE PHARMACEUTICAL CALENDAR. St

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    106 AMMALS YIELDING PRODUCTS EMPLOY

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    108 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. The follow

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    110 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. There are

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    112 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. are repres

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    114 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. of that qu

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    1 1 6 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. number o

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    118 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. leprosy ;

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    120 ANIMALS, — mammalia. Hah. The

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    122 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. Akeratopho

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    124 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. Descriptio

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    126 ANIMALS mammalia. of which is a

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    128 ANIMALS. — mammalia. Hah. The

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    130 ANIMALS.—MAMMALIA. Bone. Oil,

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    132 ANIMALS.—AVES. Order 2. PASSE

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    134 ANIMALS.—AVES. Use. A decocti

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    136 ANIMALS—AVES. cancers, palsy,

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    138 ANIMALS.—REPTiMA. oxygen acts

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    140 ANIMALS.—REPTiLi A. Iguana de

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    142 ANIMALS.—REPTiMA. Coluber ^sc

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    144 ANIMALS.—PISCES. of red or ye

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    146 ANIMALS. -PISCES. Hah. The IVre

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    148 ANIMALS.—PISCES. Food. Little

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    150 ANIMALS.—PISCES. Tetraodon li

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    152 ANIMALS.—PISCES. cundus, whic

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    154 ANIMALS. — mollusca. CLASS I.

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    156 ANIMALS. cavity ; — gastkeopo

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    158 ANIMALS.—ACEPHAJLA. Use. The

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    160 ANIMALS.—ANNELIDA. Zlyivti Bi

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    162 ANIMALS.—CRUSTACEA. filling t

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    164 ANIMALS.—ARACHNIDA. called it

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    166 ANIMALS. insecta. bears one or

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    168 ANIMALS.— I xsECTA. the rest

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    170 ANIMALS.—iNSECTA. Siberia, an

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    172 ANIMALS.—iNSECTA. dust. The k

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    174 ANIMALS.—iNSECTA. Hah. Asia M

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    176 ANIMALS.— INTESTINALIA. kingd

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    178 ANIMALS.—ACALEi'iiA. The fema

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    180 ANIMALS.—INFUSORIA. gelatinou

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    182 PRESEUVATION OF A^n^IMAL SUBSTA

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    184 PRESERVATION OF ANIMAL SUBSTANC

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    186 YEGETABLES YIELDING PEODUCTS EM

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    188 VEGETABLES.—RANUNCULACE^. Exa

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    190 VEGETABLES.—KANUNcuLACEiE. An

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    192 VEGETABLES.—RANUNCULACE^. nig

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    194 VEGETABLES.—DiixENiACM. Ranun

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    196 VEGETABLES.—ANONACE^. LiRiODE

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    198 VEGETABLES.—MENisPERMACE^. so

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    200 VEGETABLES.—PODOPHYLLACEJE. s

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    202 VEGETABLES.—PAPAVERACEiE. num

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    204 VEGETABLES.—CRuciFER^. the la

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    206 VEGETABLES.—CRDCIFERJE. The p

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    208 VEGETABLES.—cRuciFER^. Dentar

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    210 VEGETABLES.—CRuciFERiE. Seeds

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    212 VEGETABLES.—BixiNE^. Order 13

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    214 VEGETABLES.—VIOLARE.E. a mona

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    216 VEGETABLES.—POLYGALE^. Ordek

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    218 VEGETABLES.—CARYOPHYLLE^E. Or

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    220 VEGETABLES.—CARYOPiiYLLE^. Fl

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    222 VEGETABLES—MALVACE^. Roots, a

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    224 VEGETABLES.—BVTTNERACEiE. Car

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    226 VEGETABLES.—DiPTERACE^. Leave

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    228 VEGETABLES.—CAM ELLiE-E. as C

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    230 VEGETABLES.—AURAKTIACE.E. eit

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    232 VEGETABLES.—iiYPERiciNE^. Fl.

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    234 VEGETABLES.—GUTTiFER^. Garcin

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    236 VEG KTABLES.—HirrocASTANEiE.

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    238 VEGETABLES.—sAPiNDACE^E. incu

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    240 VEGETABLES.—MEHAOE^. complain

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    242 VEGETABLES.—GERANiACE^. Cissu

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    244 VEGETABLES.—BALSAMiNE^. Order

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    246 VEGETABLES.—ZYGOPHYLLE^, OXAM

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    248 VEGETABLES.—iiuTACE^. Clove n

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    250 VEGETABLES.—ocHNACEJE. Quassi

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    252 VEGETABLES.-cELASTRiKE^. Celast

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    254 VEGETABLES.—KHAMNEiE. *Rhamnu

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    2o6 VEGETABLES.—TEKEBINTHACE.B. A

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    258 VEGETABLES.—TEREBiNTHACEJE. B

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    260 VEGETABLES.—TEUEBiNTHACE^ii.

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    262 VEGETABLES.—TEREBINTHACEiE. t

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    264 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNos^E. Acac

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    266 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNos^. 3j.,

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    268 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNos^. Wood,

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    •270 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNosjE. p

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    272 VEGETABLES.—MGUMiNos^. flower

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    274 VEGETABLES.—LEGuMiNOs^. Fl. p

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    276 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNos^. that

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    278 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNosiE. MoRi

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    280 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMIXOS.K. *Oho

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    282 VEGETABLES.—i^EGUMiNOSiE. hav

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    284 VEGETABLES.—LEGUMiNosiE. ploy

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    286 VEGETABLES.— KosACEiE. Amygda

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    288 VEGETABLES—ROSACEA. Cerasus s

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    290 VEGETABLES.—nosACE^E. The pea

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    292 VEGETABLES.—RosACKiE. ' fusio

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    i»4 VEGETABLES.—ROSACE.E. •RuB

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    296 VEGETABLES.—coMBRETACE^. Pent

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    298 VEGETABLES.—ONAGRARiiE. Fl. w

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    300 VEGETABLES.—MELASTOMACEiE. Ta

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    302 VEGETABLES.—MYRTACE^. Barring

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    304 VEGETABLES.—MYBTACEJE. Melale

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    306 VEGETABLES.—cucuRBiTACE^. Cuc

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    308 VEGETABLES.— cucuRBiTACE^. Mo

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    310 VEGETABLES.—PORTULACM. Passif

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    312 VEGETABLES.—CRAssuLACE^. Orde

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    314 VEGETABLES.—GROssDLAKiEiE. Te

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    316 VEGETABLES.— UMBEixiFER^. ova

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    318 VEGETABLES.—UMBELUFER^. Blanc

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    320 VEGETABLES.—UMBELLiFEtt^. Ath

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    322 VEGETABLES.—UMBELLiPEBJE. it

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    324 VEGETABLES.—UMBELUFEBiE. spec

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    326 VEGETABLES.—DMBELLIFERiE. eve

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    328 VEGETABLES.—uMBELLiPERiE. Roo

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    330 VEGETABLES.—UMBELLiFERiE. Fru

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    332 VEGETABLES.--ARAi.iACE^. that t

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    334 VEGETABLES.—LOKANTHACEiE. OuD

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    336 VEGETABLES.— CAPRiFOLiACEiE.

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    338 VEGETABLES.—KUBiACE^V An indi

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    340 VEGETABLES.—KOBiACEiE. 4. Cin

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    342 VEGETABLES-—RUBiACEiE. Yields

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    — 344 VEGETABLES.—RCBiACE^. H.

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    846 VEGETABLES.—RUBiACE^. Bark ve

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    348 VEGETABLES.—nuBiACE.^. Oldenl

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    350 VEGETABLES.—RUBiAC^. does not

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    352 VEGETABLES.—DiPSACE/E. Valeri

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    354 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSITE. Fl. de

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    356 VEGETABLES.—coMPOsiTJE. *Arte

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    358 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSITE. Fl. wi

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    360 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSITE. Fl. of

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    362 VEGETABLES—COMPOSITE. Root di

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    364 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSITE. EuPATo

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    366 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSITE. Helich

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    368 VEGETABLES.—coMPosiT^E. deser

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    370 VEGETABLES.—coMPosiTJE. Opori

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    372 VEGETABLES.—coMPOSiTiE. ScoRZ

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    374 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSITE. Tagetk

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    376 VEGETABLES.—cAMPANTJLACEiE. L

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    378 VEGETABLES.—ERicACE^. simple;

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    380 VEGETABLES.—ERiCACE^. Xenopho

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    382 VEGETABLES.—PYROLACE/E. Rhodo

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    384 VEGETABLES.—SAPOTACE^. Chryso

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    386 VEGETABLES.—OLEACEiE. DiosPYR

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    388 VEGETABLES.—JASMINES. manna o

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    390 VEGETABLES.—APOCYXACE^. Apocy

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    392 VEGETABLES.—APocYNACKiE. Stry

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    394 VEGETABLES.—APOCYNACEJE. Thev

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    396 VEGETABLES.—AscLEPiADE^. live

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    398 VEGETABLES.— spiGELiACEiE. Se

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    400 VEGETABLES.—GENTiANEJE. Eeyth

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    402 VEGETABLES.—BiGNONiACE^. Root

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    404 VEGETABLES.— CONVOLVULAOE.E.

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    406 VEGETABLES.—coNvoLVULACE^. of

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    408 VEGETABLES—BORAGiNE^. careful

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    4 1 VEGETABLES.—BORAGiNE^. Heliot

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    412 VEGETABLES.—soLANE^. CoRDiA.

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    414 VEGETABLES.—soLANE^. perty ;

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    416 VEGETABLES.—SOLAN EiE. Leaves

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    418 VEGETABLES.—SOLANE^. applied

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    420 VEGETABLES.—scRorHULARiNE^. o

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    422 VEGETABLES.— scRorHULAiiiNE.E

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    424 VEGETABLES.— scROPHULABiNEiE.

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    426 VEGETABLES.—GESNEBACEJE. dist

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    428 VEGETABLES.—LABIATE. . Ballot

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    430 VEGETABLES.—LABiAT^E. more em

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    432 VEGETABLES.—LABiATiE. Mentha.

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    434 VEGETABLES.—i^BiAM. OcYMUM Hi

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    436 VEGETABLES.—LABIATE. Great ga

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    . 438 VEGETABLES.—VEKBENACE^i. Te

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    440 VEGP:TABLES.—ACANTHACE/E. scr

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    442 VEGETABLES.—PRiMULACE^. somet

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    444 VEGETABLES.—PLUMBAGiNEiE. SoL

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    446 VEGETABLES.—PiANTAGiNE^E. lon

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    448 VEGETABLES.—CHENOPODE.E. Acii

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    450 VEGETABLES.—cHENOPODEiE. Chen

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    452 VEGETABLES.—POLYGONE^. Order

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    454 VEGETABLES.—POLYGONE^. Fl. re

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    456 VEGETABLES.—POLYGONE^, the Lo

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    458 VEGETABLES.—TiiYMELEJE. RuMEx

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    460 VEGETABLES.—HERNANDiACE^ Hern

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    462 VEGETABLES.— LAuiiiNEiE. Bark

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    464 VEGETABLES.—LAURiNE^. said to

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    466 VEGETABLES.—MYBiSTiCE^. Sassa

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    468 VEGETABLES.— ELEAGNE^. centra

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    470 VEGETABLES.—AEisTOLocHiEiE. f

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    472 VEGETABLES.—EUPHOKBiACEaj. pe

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    474 VEGETABLES.—EUPHOBBiACEiB. to

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    476 VEGETABLES.—EUPHOBBiACE^. El^

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    478 VEGETABLES.—EUPHOBBiACE^. Eup

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    480 VEGETABLES.—EUPHORBiACE^. Eup

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    482 VEGETABLES.—EUPHORBiACEiE. da

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    484 VEGETABLES.—EUPHORBiACE^. see

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    486 VEGETABLES.—COMPOSIT.E. recov

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    488 VEGETABLES.—URTicE^. properti

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    490 VEGETABLES.—URTiCE^. inebriat

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    492 VEGETABLES.—AM ENTACE.1C. Ord

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    494 VEGETABLES.—AMENTACE^. (G.) T

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    496 VEGETABLES.—AMENTACE^. parati

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    498 VEGETABLES — amentace.^. *Sai

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    oOO VEGETABLES.—PiPERACE^. This p

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    502 VEGETABLES.—eo-viFER^. degree

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    504 VEGETABLES.—CONIFERS. yield a

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    506 VEGETABLES.—coNiPERjE. haemor

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    508 VEGETABLES.—PANDANACEJE. Hydr

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    510 VEGETABLES.—oRCHiD.'EE. of th

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    512 VEGETABLES.—ziNGiBEEACEJE. gr

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    514 VEGETABLES.—ziNGiBERACE^. glo

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    516 VEGETABLES.—ziNGiBERACE^. cop

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    518 VEGETABLES.— iRiDE^. derives

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    520 VEGETABLES.—AMAKYLLiDE.E. too

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    522 VEGETABLES.-^SMiLACE,E. Tacca.

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    524 VEGETABLES.— LiLiACE^. ties t

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    526 VEGETABLES.—LiLiACE^. **Alliu

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    528 VEGETABLES.—LiLiACEiE. El. wh

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    530 VEGETABLES.—MLiACEiE Sansevie

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    532 VEGETABLES.—coLCHicACE^E. Bro

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    534 VEGETABLES.—coLCHiCACEJE. Hei

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    536 VEGETABLES.—rALM^. The green

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    538 VEGETABLES.—PALM^E. wax, ( Ca

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    540 VEGETABLES.—ARoiDE^. Arum vir

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    542 VEGETABLES.—TrPHACE^. hoopii)

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    544 VEGETABLES.—GKAMiNEiE. Cyperu

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    546 VEGETABLES.—GRAMINE.E. AVENA

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    548 VEGETABLES.—GRAMiNM. HoRDEUM

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    550 VEGETABLES.—GRAMixE^. The cul

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    552 VEGETABLES.—pisTiACEjE. still

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    554 VEGETABLES.—EQuisETACE^. Cyca

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    556 VEGETABLES.—FiLicEs. *LycoPOD

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    558 VEGETABLES.—FiucES. Gkammitis

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    560 VEGETABLES.—FUNGI. (Hedw.) Us

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    fi62 VEGETABLES.—FUNGI. *Agakicus

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    564 VEGETABLES.—FuxGi. Grows on t

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    566 VEGETABLES.—FUNGI. slowly, wh

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    568 VEGETABLES.—LicHENEs. Has an

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    570 VEGETABLES.—LiCHEXEs. EocELLA

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    572 VEGETABLES.—ALG^. Fucus. (DeC

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    574 VEGETABLES.—ALGJE. jars, and

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    576 THE COLLECTION AND 4. Herbs oug

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    578 PRESERVATION OF PLANTS. fruit s

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    580 FORMULJE, «S:c. Dubl. Ph. 1850

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    582 FOEMUL^, &c. twenty-four houi*s

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    584 FORMULiE, &c. Dubl. Ph. 1850. A

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    586 FORMULA,, &c. water, called lag

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    588 FORMULA, &c. through, add ^v. m

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    590 FORMULJE, &c. ready formed in,

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    592 FORMULJE, &c. contain butyric a

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    59ft FORMULA, &c. The crystals of o

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    596 FORMULA, &c. which, on coming i

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    598 FORMULA, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851. Ac

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    600 FORMULA, &c. eq. oxide of coppe

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    602 FORMULiE, &c. bottle a safety t

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    604 FORMULA, &c. 9 heat, Cadet de G

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    606 FORMULA, &c. Dubl. Ph. 1850. Al

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    608 FORMULA, *S:c. the mixture to e

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    610 FORMULA, &c. tion in a mortar.

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    612 FORMULA, &c. tlie starch, the i

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    614 FORMULAE, &c. hour ; filter ; p

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    616 FORMULA, &c. date long anterior

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    618 FORMULA, &c. not so free of col

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    620 FORMULA, &c. Note.—It is a ye

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    622 FORMULA, &c. Note.— ^xj will

  • Page 636 and 637:

    624 FORMULA, &c. AqUaCoLONIENSIS Sr

  • Page 638 and 639:

    '626 FORMULA, &c. To be kept in a c

  • Page 640 and 641:

    628 FORMULA, &c. Dubl. Ph. 1850. 9

  • Page 642 and 643:

    630 FORMULA, &c. and then charge th

  • Page 644 and 645:

    632 Chloride of sodium Sulphuret of

  • Page 646 and 647:

    634 FORMULA, &c. Cqllect and wash t

  • Page 648 and 649:

    636 FORMULA, &c. Soda water. The ae

  • Page 650 and 651:

    638 FORMULA, «&:c. Edin. Ph. 1841.

  • Page 652 and 653:

    640 FORMULA, &c. senic. Tersulphure

  • Page 654 and 655:

    642 FORMULA, &c. it; it should be o

  • Page 656 and 657:

    644 FORMULAE, &c. consistence of sy

  • Page 658 and 659:

    646 FORMUL-S, &c. Balneum furfuris.

  • Page 660 and 661:

    648 FORMULA, &c. Balsamcm ndcistje.

  • Page 662 and 663:

    650 FORMULyE, &c. white heat. Pulve

  • Page 664 and 665:

    652 FOEMUL^, &cJ process is to impa

  • Page 666 and 667:

    654 FORMULA, &c. Said to be obtaine

  • Page 668 and 669:

    656 FORMULAE, &c. No. 2. ^ Oil of t

  • Page 670 and 671:

    658 FORMULA, &c. heated until it ha

  • Page 672 and 673:

    660 FORMULA, &c. Med. C/se.— The

  • Page 674 and 675:

    662 lution of 76 grains in one flui

  • Page 676 and 677:

    664 FORMULiE, &c. the solution whic

  • Page 678 and 679:

    666 FORMULiE, &c. phorus, sulphur,

  • Page 680 and 681:

    668 FOEMUL^, &c. ^ Recamier's caust

  • Page 682 and 683:

    670 FORMULAE, &c. a candle and appl

  • Page 684 and 685:

    672 FOEMULiE, &c. Ceratum labiate.

  • Page 686 and 687:

    674 Chinese galls. The bodies thus

  • Page 688 and 689:

    676 FORMULiE, &c. Clairet. Rosalis

  • Page 690 and 691:

    678 FORMULAE, &c. 20 of manganese,

  • Page 692 and 693:

    680 FORMULA, &c. Artificial ultrama

  • Page 694 and 695:

    682 FORMULiE, &c. in 1 gallon of wa

  • Page 696 and 697:

    684 with water, and neutralize the

  • Page 698 and 699:

    686 FORMULA, &c. days, then put int

  • Page 700 and 701:

    688 FORMULA, &c. vessel the galbanu

  • Page 702 and 703:

    690 FORMULA, &c. Macerate the petal

  • Page 704 and 705:

    692 FORMULA, &c. iVoic?.—When thi

  • Page 706 and 707:

    694 FOUMULtE, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851, &

  • Page 708 and 709:

    696 FORMULiE, &c. DeCOCTUM CETRARIi

  • Page 710 and 711:

    698 FORMULA, &c. Decoctum helicum p

  • Page 712 and 713:

    700 FORMULyE, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851. 9

  • Page 714 and 715:

    702 FORMULAE, &c. ^ The residue lef

  • Page 716 and 717:

    704 No. 3. ^ Gentian powder .... Ri

  • Page 718 and 719:

    706 FORMULJE, &c. colour produced.

  • Page 720 and 721:

    708 FORMULA, &c. ' of a white cryst

  • Page 722 and 723:

    710 FORMULA, &c. Embkocatio aconiti

  • Page 724 and 725:

    712 FORMULA, &c. EMriiASTRUM ASSAFC

  • Page 726 and 727:

    714 FORMULA, &c. Mix according to a

  • Page 728 and 729:

    716 FORMULA, &c. Emplastrum e melil

  • Page 730 and 731:

    718 FORMULA, &c. Dubl. Ph. 1850. Em

  • Page 732 and 733:

    720 Borax not calcined Treat as No.

  • Page 734 and 735:

    722 FORMULA, &c. Edin. Ph. 1841. En

  • Page 736 and 737:

    724 FORMULA, &c. of oxide of amyl)

  • Page 738 and 739:

    726 FORMULA., &c. Dubl. Ph. 1850. ^

  • Page 740 and 741:

    728 FORMULA, &c. Mix the ginger and

  • Page 742 and 743:

    730 FORMULA, &c. Note.—Brown, lea

  • Page 744 and 745:

    732 FORMULA, &c. Extractum cinchonc

  • Page 746 and 747:

    734 FORMULA, &c. Codex Medic. Hambe

  • Page 748 and 749:

    736 FORMULA, &c. Edin. Ph. 1841. Th

  • Page 750 and 751:

    738 FORMULA, &c. EXTRACTUM MEZEREI

  • Page 752 and 753:

    740 FORMULA, &c. Edin. Ph. 1841. Th

  • Page 754 and 755:

    742 FORMULA, &c. sive portions of b

  • Page 756 and 757:

    744 FORMULAE, &c. DensTianis farina

  • Page 758 and 759:

    746 FORMULA, Sec. it is slightly in

  • Page 760 and 761:

    748 FORMULA, &c. Dissolve the salts

  • Page 762 and 763:

    750 FORMULiE, &c. Ferri oxidum nigr

  • Page 764 and 765:

    752 while in the pasty state, in a

  • Page 766 and 767:

    754 FORMULA, &c. ammonia so long as

  • Page 768 and 769:

    756 FORMULA, &c. iron. Ferri sulpha

  • Page 770 and 771:

    758 FORMULA, &c. the manufacture of

  • Page 772 and 773:

    eo FORMULAE, &c. Mix the chloride o

  • Page 774 and 775:

    762 FORMULiE, &c. Mix and fuse in a

  • Page 776 and 777:

    764 FORMULiE, «S:c. No. 3.

  • Page 778 and 779:

    766 FORMULA, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851, &

  • Page 780 and 781:

    68 FORMULiE, &c. liaving mixed them

  • Page 782 and 783:

    770 FORMULA, &c. Lond. Ph. 1386. 9

  • Page 784 and 785:

    772 FORMULA, &c. into globules or i

  • Page 786 and 787:

    774 FORMULAE, &c. Mix the mercury w

  • Page 788 and 789:

    776 FORMULA, &c. Edin. Ph. 1841. 9

  • Page 790 and 791:

    778 FORMULJE, &c. U. S. Ph. 1850. 9

  • Page 792 and 793:

    780 FORMULAE, &c. Infdsum pareibjb.

  • Page 794 and 795:

    782 FOEMUL^, &c; Bubl. Ph. 1850. 1^

  • Page 796 and 797:

    784 FORMULA, &c. ments, in about 18

  • Page 798 and 799:

    786 FORMULA., &c. and effect the co

  • Page 800 and 801:

    788 Dubl. Ph. 1850. lodinum purum.

  • Page 802 and 803:

    790 FORMULA, &c. No. 2. R Mushroom

  • Page 804 and 805:

    92 FORMULA, &c. of Italy, but chief

  • Page 806 and 807:

    794 FORMULAE, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851. ^

  • Page 808 and 809:

    7^ FORMULA, &c. LlNIMENTUM HYDRARGY

  • Page 810 and 811:

    798 FORMULA, &c. Edin, Ph. 1841. Li

  • Page 812 and 813:

    800 FORMULiE, &c. Upon the sulphure

  • Page 814 and 815:

    802 FORMULA, &c. Note,—It should

  • Page 816 and 817:

    804 FORMUL-a:, &c. aa eighth at a t

  • Page 818 and 819:

    806 FORMULA, &c. or fine white sand

  • Page 820 and 821:

    808 FOEMULiE, &c. plication, one pi

  • Page 822 and 823:

    810 FORMULA, &c. cipitates, apparen

  • Page 824 and 825:

    812 FORMULA, «&;c. on a filter, wa

  • Page 826 and 827:

    814 FORMULA, &c. Chlorate matches.

  • Page 828 and 829:

    816 FORMULA, &c. Macerate for 14 da

  • Page 830 and 831:

    818 FORMULA, &c. Hooper's pills. ^

  • Page 832 and 833:

    820 FORMULA, &c. with brandy. Some

  • Page 834 and 835:

    822 FORMULA, &c. \ No. 2, ^ Barbado

  • Page 836 and 837:

    824 FORMULA, &c. No. 7. 9 Aniseed,

  • Page 838 and 839:

    826 FORMULiE, &c. No. 4. 9" Common

  • Page 840 and 841:

    828 FORMULA, &c. No. 2. ^: Alnm ...

  • Page 842 and 843:

    830 FORMULA &c. No. 3. ^ Goulard's

  • Page 844 and 845:

    832 FORMULA, &c. Mel boracis. Honey

  • Page 846 and 847:

    834 FOEMUL^, &c. with the sugar and

  • Page 848 and 849:

    836 FORMULA, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851, an

  • Page 850 and 851:

    838 FORMULA, &c. process with the r

  • Page 852 and 853:

    840 FORMULA, &c. Mix the acid with

  • Page 854 and 855:

    842 FORMULA, &c. Mustard. Flour of

  • Page 856 and 857:

    844 FORMULAE, &c. Olkum amygdala. O

  • Page 858 and 859:

    846 FOEMUL^, &c. Oleum aurantii. Oi

  • Page 860 and 861:

    848 FORMULA, &c. Oleum cannabis. Oi

  • Page 862 and 863:

    850 FORMULiE, &c. lamps, and has a

  • Page 864 and 865:

    852 FORMULiE, &c. culiar odour of t

  • Page 866 and 867:

    854 FORMULJE, &c. pan, or other ves

  • Page 868 and 869:

    -856 FORMULA, &c. seeds of the Linu

  • Page 870 and 871:

    858 FORMULiE, &c. Oleum mtrti essen

  • Page 872 and 873:

    860 FORMULA., &c. Note.—It should

  • Page 874 and 875:

    862 FORMULiE, &c. Oleum salvia:. Oi

  • Page 876 and 877:

    864 FORMULA, &c. culiar odour of th

  • Page 878 and 879:

    866 FORMULA, &c. Preface ; from whi

  • Page 880 and 881:

    868 FORMULA, &c. OxYMEi, sciLL^. Ox

  • Page 882 and 883:

    870 FORMULA, &c. thick consistence,

  • Page 884 and 885:

    872 FOEMULiE, &c. No. 2. Trifle. 9

  • Page 886 and 887:

    874 FORMULA, &c. the jars, and cove

  • Page 888 and 889:

    876 FORMULA, &c. Beat them into a p

  • Page 890 and 891:

    878 FOEMUL-S, &c. minores. The form

  • Page 892 and 893:

    880 FORMULA, &c. PiLULA FERRI COMPO

  • Page 894 and 895:

    882 FORMULAE, &c. Pilule odontalgic

  • Page 896 and 897:

    884 FORMULA, &c. PlJLUXA SCILL^ COM

  • Page 898 and 899:

    886 half an hour. Add now as much d

  • Page 900 and 901:

    888 FORMULiE, &c. lution when the p

  • Page 902 and 903:

    890 FORMULA, &c. East Indian pomatu

  • Page 904 and 905:

    892 FORMULiE, &c. through the solut

  • Page 906 and 907:

    894 FORMULA, &c. down nothing from

  • Page 908 and 909:

    896 FORMULA, &c. POTASSII CYANIDUM.

  • Page 910 and 911:

    398 FORMULA, &c. water at a boiling

  • Page 912 and 913:

    ' they 900 FORMULA, &c. SYNONYMES.

  • Page 914 and 915:

    902 FORMULA, &c. Boil the ammoniacu

  • Page 916 and 917:

    904 FORMULA, &c. Edin. Ph. 1841. ^

  • Page 918 and 919:

    906 FORMULA, &c. PULVIS CRETiE COMP

  • Page 920 and 921:

    908 FORMULA, &c. Lond. Ph. 1851. 1^

  • Page 922 and 923:

    910 PULVIS STERNUTATORIUS. Snuff. C

  • Page 924 and 925:

    912 FORMULA, &c. the same facility

  • Page 926 and 927:

    914 FORMULA, &c. QuiN^ HYDROCHLORAS

  • Page 928 and 929:

    916 Ratafia d'ecorge d!orange. i^ F

  • Page 930 and 931:

    918 FORMULiE, &c. RUSMA. A black or

  • Page 932 and 933:

    920 FORMULA, &c. Saccharum fenidium

  • Page 934 and 935:

    922 potash. In the London Pharanaco

  • Page 936 and 937:

    924 FORMULA, &c. Codex. Medic. Hamb

  • Page 938 and 939:

    926 In like manner, other colours a

  • Page 940 and 941:

    928 FORMULiE, &c. Mills are general

  • Page 942 and 943:

    930 FORMULA, &c. of this, added to

  • Page 944 and 945:

    932 occasions a crystalline precipi

  • Page 946 and 947:

    334 [FORMULA, &c. Solder for pewter

  • Page 948 and 949:

    936 irORMULyE, &c. !,. 9 Savoury sp

  • Page 950 and 951:

    938 FORMULA, &c. lime and muriate o

  • Page 952 and 953:

    940 Spiuitus anisi compositus. Comp

  • Page 954 and 955:

    942 Pharmacopoeias under the name o

  • Page 956 and 957:

    944 Ph. Borussica, 1847. Select fin

  • Page 958 and 959:

    946 when dry 10 grains, and entirel

  • Page 960 and 961:

    948 state in the earth, in great ab

  • Page 962 and 963:

    950 FORMULA, &c. glass, porcelain,

  • Page 964 and 965:

    952 FORMULAE, &c. Put the syrup in

  • Page 966 and 967:

    954 Macerate for 12 hours in a glas

  • Page 968 and 969:

    956 Codex, Ph. Fran?. 1839. ^' Foxg

  • Page 970 and 971:

    958 Codex, Ph. Fran?. 1839. ^ Alcoh

  • Page 972 and 973:

    960 FORMULiE, &c. strain whilst yet

  • Page 974 and 975:

    962 FORMULAE, «&c. Sybupus bos^. S

  • Page 976 and 977:

    964 infusion, stirring carefully, a

  • Page 978 and 979:

    966 FOEMUL^, &c. Taktarus boraxatus

  • Page 980 and 981:

    968 FORMULA, &c. Macerate for 4 day

  • Page 982 and 983:

    970 FORMULAE, &c. TiNCTURA ARNICA.

  • Page 984 and 985:

    972 FORMULA, &c. Digest for 7 days,

  • Page 986 and 987:

    974 TiNCTURA CAPSICI CONCEN- TRATA.

  • Page 988 and 989:

    976 TiNCTURA CATECHU COMPOSITA. Com

  • Page 990 and 991:

    978 TiNCTUBA coLCHici. Tincture of

  • Page 992 and 993:

    980 FORMULA, &c. Dose.—Min. x. ca

  • Page 994 and 995:

    982 FORMULA, &c. Dubl. Ph. 1850. 9"

  • Page 996 and 997:

    984 FORMULA, &c. Dissolve the iodin

  • Page 998 and 999:

    986 FORMULA, &c. 9 Dubl. Ph. 1850.

  • Page 1000 and 1001:

    988 FORMULA, &c. Macerate for 7 day

  • Page 1002 and 1003:

    990 FORMUL-S:, &c ^ Edin. Ph. 1841.

  • Page 1004 and 1005:

    992 FORMULAE, &c. when the dregs ha

  • Page 1006 and 1007:

    994 FOEMUL^, &c. Pour the spirit on

  • Page 1008 and 1009:

    996 FORMULA, &c. Employed to allay

  • Page 1010 and 1011:

    998 FORMULA, &c. Trochisci limonum.

  • Page 1012 and 1013:

    1000 FORMULA, &c. Mucilage of traga

  • Page 1014 and 1015:

    1002 FORMULA;, &c. Melt together, b

  • Page 1016 and 1017:

    1004 FORMULiE, &c. Unguentum coccul

  • Page 1018 and 1019:

    1006 FORMULiE, &c. Unguentum htduak

  • Page 1020 and 1021:

    1008 FORMULJi:, &c. and then add gr

  • Page 1022 and 1023:

    1010 FORMULA, &c. UnGUENTUM PLUMB!

  • Page 1024 and 1025:

    1012 FORMULA, &c. Unguentum sambuci

  • Page 1026 and 1027:

    1014 FORMULA, &c. (JPor metals.) No

  • Page 1028 and 1029:

    1016 FORMULA, &c. Dutch varnish, fo

  • Page 1030 and 1031:

    1018 FORMULA, &c. Currie vinegar. '

  • Page 1032 and 1033:

    1020 FORMULiE, &c. which is slightl

  • Page 1034 and 1035:

    1022 FORMULiE, &c. ViNUM QuiN^. Qui

  • Page 1036 and 1037:

    1024 FORMULA, &c. the fruit pressed

  • Page 1038 and 1039:

    1026 FORMULA, &c. derately warm pla

  • Page 1040 and 1041:

    1028 FORMULA, &c. sium as long as a

  • Page 1042 and 1043:

    1030 FORMULAE, &c. ing half of the

  • Page 1044 and 1045:

    1032 INDEX. Acid elixir of Haller,7

  • Page 1046 and 1047:

    1034 INDEX. Alicant glasswort, 451

  • Page 1048 and 1049:

    1036 INDEX. Anacamptis pyramidalis,

  • Page 1050 and 1051:

    1038 INDEX. Aqua cinnamomi spirituo

  • Page 1052 and 1053:

    1040 INDEX. Asbestos, common, 640 e

  • Page 1054 and 1055:

    1042 INDEX. BalsamofTolu, 279, 648

  • Page 1056 and 1057:

    1044 INDEX. Bear's-ear, yellow, 443

  • Page 1058 and 1059:

    1046 INDEX. Blanch water, 823 Blanc

  • Page 1060 and 1061:

    1048 INDEX. Bronzing, 659 Brook lim

  • Page 1062 and 1063:

    1050 INDEX. Caltha officinalis, 85i

  • Page 1064 and 1065:

    1052 INDEX. Carrara water, 631 Carr

  • Page 1066 and 1067:

    1054 INDEX. Cerate, Marshall's, 818

  • Page 1068 and 1069:

    1056 INDEX. Chrysocoma linosyris, 3

  • Page 1070 and 1071:

    1058 INDEX. Cocculus bakis, 198 Bur

  • Page 1072 and 1073:

    1060 INDEX. Compound powder of chal

  • Page 1074 and 1075:

    1062 INDEX. Cortex Winteramis, 195

  • Page 1076 and 1077:

    1064 INDEX. Curled dock, 457 kale,

  • Page 1078 and 1079:

    1066 INDEX. Dessyakhroot, 472 Deter

  • Page 1080 and 1081:

    1068 INDEX. Dwarf almond, 286 cistu

  • Page 1082 and 1083:

    1070 INDEX. Emplastrum glutinans Sa

  • Page 1084 and 1085:

    1072 INDEX. Eupatorium mesues, 353

  • Page 1086 and 1087:

    1074 INDEX. Fenugreek, 284 Fer r6du

  • Page 1088 and 1089:

    ' 1076 INDEX. Fool's stones, 511 st

  • Page 1090 and 1091:

    1078 INDEX. Gelatino-sulphurousbath

  • Page 1092 and 1093:

    1080 INDEX. Gralla;, 135 Gramen man

  • Page 1094 and 1095:

    1082 INDEX. Haerlem drops, 816 Hahn

  • Page 1096 and 1097:

    1084 INDEX. Hirudo medicinalis, 161

  • Page 1098 and 1099:

    1086 INDEX. Hyperoxymuriate of pota

  • Page 1100 and 1101:

    1088 IIsDEX. Iodide of sulphur, 949

  • Page 1102 and 1103:

    1090 INDEX. Job's tears, 547 Johann

  • Page 1104 and 1105:

    1092 INDEX. Lapillus, 15G Lapis jEt

  • Page 1106 and 1107:

    1094 INDEX. Lichen coccineus, 570 c

  • Page 1108 and 1109:

    1096 INDEX. Lit-chi Chinensis, 238

  • Page 1110 and 1111:

    1098 INDEX. Magonia pubescens, 238

  • Page 1112 and 1113:

    1100 INDEX. Medium, 377 Medlar, Dut

  • Page 1114 and 1115:

    1102 INDEX. Mistura guaiaci, 836 ho

  • Page 1116 and 1117:

    1104 INDEX. Musk, artificial, 841 b

  • Page 1118 and 1119:

    1106 INDEX. Nitrous acid, 593 ether

  • Page 1120 and 1121:

    1108 INDEX. Oil, pichurium, 860 pic

  • Page 1122 and 1123:

    1110 INDEX. Oleum lathyris, 854' la

  • Page 1124 and 1125:

    1112 INDEX. Osalis corniculata, 245

  • Page 1126 and 1127:

    1114 INDEX., Pea pigeon, 271 Peach,

  • Page 1128 and 1129:

    1116 INDEX. Pharmacopoeia Valentian

  • Page 1130 and 1131:

    U18 INDEX. Pimento, or allspice, 30

  • Page 1132 and 1133:

    1120 INDEX. Poison, Woorary, 464 Po

  • Page 1134 and 1135:

    1122 INDEX. Powder, Ethiopian, Guy'

  • Page 1136 and 1137:

    1124 INDEX. ^ Pulvis quercAs marina

  • Page 1138 and 1139:

    1126 INDEX. Rattlesnake root, 217 .

  • Page 1140 and 1141:

    1128 INDEX. Rob of walnuts, 917 Rob

  • Page 1142 and 1143:

    * 1130 II^DEX. Sagittaria, 508 sagi

  • Page 1144 and 1145:

    1132 INDEX. Saururus vernus, 499 Sa

  • Page 1146 and 1147:

    1134 INDEX. Sennse foliii, spiritu

  • Page 1148 and 1149:

    1136 INDEX. Smilax glabra, 523 glau

  • Page 1150 and 1151:

    1138 INDEX. ' Solutions, astringent

  • Page 1152 and 1153:

    : salis 1140 INDEX. Spiritus menths

  • Page 1154 and 1155:

    1142 INDEX. Sturgeon, small, 151 St

  • Page 1156 and 1157:

    1144 INDEX. Syrupus cum sulphate mo

  • Page 1158 and 1159:

    1146 NDEX. Terra Japonica, 264, 350

  • Page 1160 and 1161:

    1148 INDEX. Tinctura quassise, 989

  • Page 1162 and 1163:

    1150 INDEX. Trebizond opium, 866 Tr

  • Page 1164 and 1165:

    1152 INDEX. Turmeric, zedoary, 515

  • Page 1166 and 1167:

    1154 INDEX. Vanilla claviculata/512

  • Page 1168 and 1169:

    1156 INDEX. Volatile salt of hartsh

  • Page 1170 and 1171:

    1158 INDEX. White boles, 657 bottle

  • Page 1172 and 1173:

    1160 INDEX. Wood, yellow sandal, 46

  • Page 1177 and 1178:

    FHA!^MACY UBRARY UN5V^. f OF TORONT

  • Page 1179 and 1180:

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