Pharmacopoeia Radcliffeana: or, Dr. Radcliffe's prescriptions, faithfully gather'd from his original recipe's. To which are annex'd, useful observations upon each prescription

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printed for Charles Rivington, 1716 - Medical - 166 pages
 

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Page 164 - The Practice of True Devotion in relation to the end as well as the means of Religion, with an office for the Holy Communion.
Page 114 - Take the decoction of Aromaticks, viz., Calamus Aromaticus, Galangal, of each half an ounce ; Leaves of Mint, Wormwood, Centaury Tops, of each two Pugils [handfuls] ; Seeds of Caraways, Anise Seeds, and Cardamoms, of each half an ounce ; mix with it Electuary Lenitive, and Epsom Salt, of each one ounce ; Oil of Amber, half a dram ; mix and make a Glyster, to be thrown in.
Page 163 - Large Introduction concerning the Use and Abuse of Mathematicks in Physick. 8vo, original calf. London, Printed for Charles Rivington, 1716. 12s 6d 1439 Thomson (George). The Anatomy of the Human Bones; with an Account of the Muscular Motion and the Circulation of the Blood. With 1 5 anatomic...
Page 94 - Balfam of Sulphur made with Oil of Turpentine, 20 Drops-, mix, and take one or two Spoonfuls twice or thrice a-day, in the Fit of the Afthma. OBSERVATIONS. WHEN phlegmatick Humours Jodge in the Bronchi^ and choak up the Paflages, the Lungs can neither receive the Air, nor circulate the Fluids thro...
Page 28 - Mead, who inherited his practice, used cinchona in a "febrifuge julap," which contained besides cinchona black-cherry water, compound peony water and syrup of maidenhair fern, the draught to be taken "every third hour for eight times out of the fit.
Page 101 - Grains-, fine white Sugar, half a Scruple -, mix, and make a Powder to be taken early with due Care.

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