A Botanical Materia Medica: Consisting of the Generic and Specific Characters of the Plants Used in Medicine and Diet, with Synonyms, and References to Medical Authors, Volume 1

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J. Johnson, 1812 - Medicinal plants
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Page iii - A Botanical Materia Medica ; consisting of the generic and specific Characters of the Plants used in Medicine and Diet, with synonyms and references to Medical Authors.
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