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The Resource A complete history of Drugs. Written in French, by Monsieur Pomet, chief druggist to the late French King Lewis XIV. To which is added what is farther observable on the same subject, from Mess. Lemery and Tournefort, divided into three classes, vegetable, animal, and mineral; with their use in physic, chemistry, pharmacy, and several other arts. Illustrated with above four hundred copper-cuts, curiously done from the life; and an explanation of their different names, places of growth, and countries where they are produced; with the methods of distinguishing the genuine and perfect, from the adulterated, sophisticated, and decayed; together with their virtues, &c. A work of very great use and curiosity. Done into english from the originals

A complete history of Drugs. Written in French, by Monsieur Pomet, chief druggist to the late French King Lewis XIV. To which is added what is farther observable on the same subject, from Mess. Lemery and Tournefort, divided into three classes, vegetable, animal, and mineral; with their use in physic, chemistry, pharmacy, and several other arts. Illustrated with above four hundred copper-cuts, curiously done from the life; and an explanation of their different names, places of growth, and countries where they are produced; with the methods of distinguishing the genuine and perfect, from the adulterated, sophisticated, and decayed; together with their virtues, &c. A work of very great use and curiosity. Done into english from the originals

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A complete history of Drugs. Written in French
Title
A complete history of Drugs. Written in French
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by Monsieur Pomet, chief druggist to the late French King Lewis XIV. To which is added what is farther observable on the same subject, from Mess. Lemery and Tournefort, divided into three classes, vegetable, animal, and mineral; with their use in physic, chemistry, pharmacy, and several other arts. Illustrated with above four hundred copper-cuts, curiously done from the life; and an explanation of their different names, places of growth, and countries where they are produced; with the methods of distinguishing the genuine and perfect, from the adulterated, sophisticated, and decayed; together with their virtues, &c. A work of very great use and curiosity. Done into english from the originals
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Language
eng
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UPB
Citation location within source
T 31045
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English short title catalogue
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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A complete history of Drugs. Written in French, by Monsieur Pomet, chief druggist to the late French King Lewis XIV. To which is added what is farther observable on the same subject, from Mess. Lemery and Tournefort, divided into three classes, vegetable, animal, and mineral; with their use in physic, chemistry, pharmacy, and several other arts. Illustrated with above four hundred copper-cuts, curiously done from the life; and an explanation of their different names, places of growth, and countries where they are produced; with the methods of distinguishing the genuine and perfect, from the adulterated, sophisticated, and decayed; together with their virtues, &c. A work of very great use and curiosity. Done into english from the originals
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Publication
Note
  • Title in red and black
  • Translated by Joseph Browne
  • Edited by John Hill
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
26 cm.
Edition
The fourth edition, carefully corrected, with large additions.
Extent
2 v. in 1 ([2], iii-xx, 202, [10] p.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Bookplate of Josephine Dockar Drysdale on front end-paper.
  • Bound in full old calf, rebacked with modern calf.
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ill., plates
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  • (OCoLC)ocn370704420
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A complete history of Drugs. Written in French, by Monsieur Pomet, chief druggist to the late French King Lewis XIV. To which is added what is farther observable on the same subject, from Mess. Lemery and Tournefort, divided into three classes, vegetable, animal, and mineral; with their use in physic, chemistry, pharmacy, and several other arts. Illustrated with above four hundred copper-cuts, curiously done from the life; and an explanation of their different names, places of growth, and countries where they are produced; with the methods of distinguishing the genuine and perfect, from the adulterated, sophisticated, and decayed; together with their virtues, &c. A work of very great use and curiosity. Done into english from the originals
Publication
Note
  • Title in red and black
  • Translated by Joseph Browne
  • Edited by John Hill
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
26 cm.
Edition
The fourth edition, carefully corrected, with large additions.
Extent
2 v. in 1 ([2], iii-xx, 202, [10] p.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Bookplate of Josephine Dockar Drysdale on front end-paper.
  • Bound in full old calf, rebacked with modern calf.
Other physical details
ill., plates
System control number
  • spec recon
  • (OCoLC)ocn370704420

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