Yearbook of Pharmacy: Comprising Abstracts of Papers Relating to Pharmacy, Materia Medica and Chemistry Contributed to British and Foreign Journal...with the Transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference

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Page 306 - THE FIELDS OF GREAT BRITAIN. A Text-Book of Agriculture. Adapted to the Syllabus of the Science and Art Department. For Elementary and Advanced Students. By HUGH CLEMENTS (Board of Trade). Second Edition, Revised, with Additions.
Page 590 - Rheumatism, as may be seen from the Testimonials published from time to time. By the timely use of such a remedy many of the seriously afflicting disorders, which result from proper means being neglected, might be avoided and much suffering saved, for " PREVENTION is BETTER THAN CURE.
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Page 304 - On the Structure and Affinities of the Genus Monticulipora and its Sub-Genera, with Critical Descriptions of Illustrative Species. Illustrated with numerous Engravings on wood and lithographed Plates. Super-royal 8vo, 18s.
Page 611 - If properly prepared, there is no nicer or more wholesome preparation of Cocoa.— food, Water, and Air, DR.
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Page 257 - ... one thousand parts; lake, ten parts; pure tannin, fifteen parts ; oil of mint, oil of aniseed, and oil of orange-flowers, so much as to impart an agreeable flavor to the composition. His directions for the preparation of this toothpowder are, to rub well the lake with the tannin, and gradually add the sugar of milk, previously powdered and sifted; and lastly, the essential oils are to be carefully mixed with the powdered substances. Experience has convinced him of the efficacy of this tooth-powder,...
Page 382 - Defend me therefore, common sense, say I, From reveries so airy, from the toil Of dropping buckets into empty wells, And growing old in drawing nothing up...
Page 417 - Two grains of it with an ounce of distilled water, to which five minims of hydrochloric acid have been added, form a mixture in which at least 100 grains of hard-boiled white of egg.
Page 283 - Resorcin is a chemical compound, discovered by Hlasiwetz and Barth, and was obtained from certain resins by the action of fusing alkalies. They assigned to the new compound the name resorcin, partly because it is derived from a resin, and partly because it has some similarity to orcin, a peculiar substance obtained from archil.

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