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" containing some curious details relative to a class of people who are habitual arsenic-eaters. In some countries of lower Austria and of Styria, especially in the mountains which separate these parts from Hungary, there exists among the peasantry the... "
Maryland and Virginia Medical Journal - Page 419
1854
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The Chemist

Chemistry - 1854
...Journal of Medical Science, August, 1854. THE GERMAN POISON EATERS. Journal tie Medecine de Bruxettes, containing some curious details relative to a class...arsenic. They purchase it under the name of hedri (/iedri, fwdrich, fiatterrauch) from wandering herbalists, or pedlars, who, on their part, obtain it...
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THE CHEMIST, VOLUME 1

JOHN AND CHARLES WATT - 1854
...Journal of Medical Science, August, 1854. THE GERMAN POISON EATERS. Jmimal cle Medecine dt Bruaeettes, containing some curious details relative to a class...these parts from Hungary, there exists among • the peasantiy the singular habit of eating arsenic. They purchase it under the name of hedri (Itedri, hedrlcli,...
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THE CHEMIST, VOLUME 1

JOHN AND CHARLES WATT - 1854
...Journal of Uedwcd Science, August, 1854. THE GERMAN POISON EATERS. Journal de Medecine de Bmueettes, containing some curious details relative to a class of people who are habitual arsenic-eaters. la some countries of lower Austria and of Styria, especially in the mountains which separate these...
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the chemist

john and charles watt - 1854
...Journal of Medical ticietwe, August, 1854. THE GERMAN POISON EATERS. Journal de Medecine cle Jlruocellen, containing some curious details relative to a class of people who are habitual arsenic-eatera. In some countries of lower Austria and of Styria, especially in the mountains which...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - Science - 1855
...H6pitaux, says: '' Nearly all the inhabitants, particularly in the mountains adjoining Hungary, are in the habit of eating Arsenic. They purchase it under the name of hedri from travelling pedlers, who procure it from workmen at the glass-factories, from veterinary-surgeons,...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - Science - 1855
...ffSpitaux, says: " Nearly all the inhabitants, particularly in the mountains adjoining Hungary, are in the habit of eating Arsenic. They purchase it under the name of hedri from travelling pedlers, who procure it from workmen at the glass-factories, from veterinary-surgeons,...
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Things Not Generally Known: a Popular Handbook of Facts Not Readily ...

David Ames Wells - Reference books - 1863 - 432 pages
...OF AUSTRIA. Nearly all the inhabitants, particularly in the mountains adjoining Hungary, are in the habit of eating arsenic. They purchase it under the name of hedri from travelling peddlers, who procure it from workmen at the glass-factories, from veterinary surgeons,...
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