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ALLYNE, JAMES - New English Dispensatory, in Four Parts

1733. ALLYNE, JAMES. NEW ENGLISH DISPENSATORY, IN FOUR PARTS. London: Printed for Tho. Astley at the Rose, and S. Austen at the Angel and Bible, both in St. Paul's Churchyard, 1733. First edition. 8vo. xiv + [2] + 646 + [56] + [2] pp. Title continued: "Containing, I. a more Accurate Account of the Simple Medicines, than any hitherto extant. II. The Official Compositions, according to the last Alterations of the College at London: To which are added, the Emendations of the Edinburgh Dispensatorys and many other Compositions, taken from the Practice of our Hospitals, and the most celebrated Authors. III. Extemporaneous Prescriptions, taken from the best Authors, and the most eminent Physicians now in Practice. IV. A Rational Account of the Operations of Medicines. To which are added, the Quantities of the middle Syllables of the Latin names, expres'd by long and short Marks: So that this Dispensatory answers at the same time the Purpose of a Prosodia Pharmaceutica." Boards and spine label missing; rfep detached. Full calf, worn spine with raised bands. Ex-library with usual markings. Text complete, clean. As is. .
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