The American new dispensatory : containing general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry, pharmaceutic operations, chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica, materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States, preparations and compositions ...

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100 1 ‡aThacher, James, ‡d1754-1844.
245 1 4 ‡aThe American new dispensatory : ‡bcontaining general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry, pharmaceutic operations, chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica, materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States, preparations and compositions ... / ‡cby James Thacher.
260 ‡aBoston, Mass. : ‡bT. B. Wait, ‡c1810.
300 ‡a529 p. ; ‡c23 cm.
500 ‡a"An abridgment [by Benjamin Vaughan?] of Dr. Currie's Medical reports on the use of water" (p. [408]-439) was previously published in Augusta, Me., in 1799 under title: An abridgment of the second edition of a work ... on the use of water in diseases of the human frame. This is continued by "A brief analysis of the second volume of Currie's Medical reports" (p. [440]-447)
500 ‡aIncludes indexes.
500 ‡a"Table of ancient names with their synonimes in the nomenclature of the Massachusetts pharmacopoeia: p. [459]-484."
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
650 0 ‡aDispensatories ‡zUnited States.
700 1 ‡aCurrie, James, ‡d1756-1805. ‡tMedical reports on the effects of water.
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