3 edition of Pharmacopœia Bateana, or, Bate"s dispensatory found in the catalog.
Pharmacopœia Bateana, or, Bate"s dispensatory
|Other titles||Bate"s dispensatory|
|Statement||by William Salmon ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 166:4|
|Contributions||Shipton, James, Salmon, William, 1644-1713|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 965,  p|
|Number of Pages||965|
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Pharmacopœia Bateana: or, Bate's dispensatory. Translated from the last edition of the Latin copy, publish'd by Mr. James Shipton. Containing his choice and select recipe's The Arcana Goddardiana, and their recipe's interpos'd in their proper places Compleated with above six hundred chymical processes ; The fourth edition.
Get this from a library. Pharmacopœia Bateana: or, Bate's dispensatory. Translated from the last edition of the Latin copy, publish'd by Mr. James Shipton. Containing His Choice and Select Recipe's, their Names, Compositions, Preparations, Virtues, Uses, and Doses, as they are applicable to the whole Practice of Physick and Chyrurgery.
The Arcana Goddardiana, and. A text-book of materia medica, pharmacology and therapeutics, (Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, ), by George F. Butler (page images at HathiTrust) Pharmacopoea universalis, (Heidelbergae, Sumptibus Chr. Winter, ), by Philipp Lorenz Geiger and Friedrich Mohr (page images at HathiTrust) The Dispensatory of the United States of America.
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This page looks at how sweating was used as a humoral treatment for the health and well-being of sailors, focusing also on their use in medicine by ship's surgeons. The Pirate Surgeon's Journal Tools and Procedures pages include detailed information about 17th and 18th century surgical tools and techniques used during the Golden Age of Piracy (~ - ).
87 Pharmacopœia Bateana: or, Bate's Dispensatory (London, and many later editions). This is a translation, by William Salmon of the second edition of Bates' Latin text.
Salmon also enlarged the text with his own additional commentary and by: 5. INTRODUCTION. W hen William Congreve died in he left a collection of books which his old friend and publisher, Jacob Tonson, described (in a letter preserved at the Bodleian) as “genteel & well chosen.” Tonson thought so well of the collection that he urged his nephew, then his agent in London, to purchase Congreve’s books.
But Congreve had willed them to Henrietta, the young. century court physician George Bate favoured it and it appeared in the Pharmacopœia Bateana — Bate's Dispensatory. Recipes included: cow dung, gathered in Recipes included: cow dung, gathered in Sulfur (pharmacy) ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article.
The large field of medical writing in Early Modern English is still a fairly uncharted area from a linguistic point of view, and this is what our book sets out to explore. In language-external developments, the era between and is remarkable:Â€the world view gradually changed from Ptolemaic to Copernican, new continents were.
Full text of "The Library of William Congreve" See other formats. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Elaine Leong. (augmented and translated by William Salmon87 87 Pharmacopœia Bateana: or, Bate's Dispensatory (London, and many later editions).
This is a translation, by William Salmon of the second edition of Bates' Latin text. Salmon also enlarged the text with his own additional commentary and by: 5.