The compleat herbal of physical plants : containing all such English and foreign herbs, shrubs and trees, as are used in physick and surgery : and to the vertues that are now in use, is added one receipt or more, of some learned physician : the doses or quantities of such as are prescribed by the Londond-physicians, and others, are proportioned : also directions for making compound-waters, syrups, simple and compound : electuaries, pills, powders, and other sorts of medicines : moreover, the gums, balsams, oils, juices, and the like, which are sold by apothecaries and druggists, are added to this herbal : and their virtues and sues are fully described / by John Pechey of the College of Physicians in London.
|Main Author:||Pechey, John, 1655-1716.|
London : Printed for R. and T. Bonwicke, at the Red Lion in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1707.
2nd ed., with the addition of many physical herbs, and their vertues.
Plants > Herbals.
Herbal Medicine > Herbals.
Botany, Medical > Early works to 1800.
Botany > Pre-Linnean works.
Text printed in double columns.
Title within double rule.
Signatures: A⁴ B-Z⁸ ²Z⁸ 2B⁸.
Pp. 190, 191, 199, 249, 215 misnumbered 191, 192, 109, 193, 115; 249-390 misnumbered 193-334; 288, 391, 392 misnumbered 285, 350, 336; and 393-411 misnumbered 331-349.
Originally published in London, 1694.
, 349 [i.e. 411],  pages ;
17 cm (8vo)
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