Fisher copy 1: Pages 271-272 wanting.
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The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, s s s s s s s African American History America anatomy animals archives art assassination book . The Pharmacopœia of the United States of America: Publication date. Topics. Materia medica, Pharmacy. Publisher. Boston, Mass.: Printed by Wells and Lilly, for Charles Ewer. Collection. medicalheritagelibrary; cushingwhitneymedicallibrary; americana. Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, Boston, printed by Wells and Lilly. For Charles Ewer, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Interleaved. Variously called the American pharmacopeia, the National pharmacopoeia, and the United States pharmacopeia. The pharmacopoeia of the United States of America: Alternate Title(s): United States pharmacopoeia, American pharmacopoeia, and National pharmacopoeia.
U.S. pharmacopoeia I, by, , s.n. edition, in English. Edition Notes Other Titles Copy of proof sheets., United States pharmacopoeia I, , Pharmacopoeia. Add tags for "The Pharmacopœia of the United States of America (The United States pharmacopœia) ". Be the first. Issued by authority of the United States Pharmacopoeial Convention, under its following names: , General Medical Convention; Jan. , National Medical Convention; June , General Convention . What is the value of a hardcover book called The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America by the Authority of the Medical Societies and Colleges, pub. Boston by Wells and Lilly for Charles Ewer, no. 51, Cornhill, Dec.
The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, was first published in , in both Latin and Pharmacopoeia listed chemicals, metals, plants, and other ingredients for medicinal provided recipes for mixing medicines and became the national standard in pharmaceuticals. The Pharmacopoeia . Boston: Wells & Lilly, United States. Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America. pp. Boston: Wells and Lilly for Charles Ewer, Dec. x mm. Tree sheep ca. , rebacked, . The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America. ,. By the Authority of the Medical Societies and Colleges In Conformity to the Act o Congresf the osf the United States entitled,, " An Act for the En. The Pharmacopoeia contained lists of medicinal plants, minerals, etc.—including several native American species—along with formulas for the preparation of drugs considered to be the “most .