3 edition of A letter to a doctor of physick concerning diascordium, &c found in the catalog.
A letter to a doctor of physick concerning diascordium, &c
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1350, no. 06.|
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Whereunto is also annexed a censure, concerning the water of Saint Vincents rocks neere Bristoll, which begins to grow in great request and vse against the stone. By To. Venner, Doctor in Physick in Bathe. (London: Printed by Felix Kyngston for Richard Moore, and are to be sold at his shop in Saint Dunstans churchyard in Fleetstreet. Published for publick good by T. G., Doctor of Physick,’ 4to, London, 5. ‘Gideon's Fleece; or the Sieur de Frisk. An Heroick Poem. Written on the cursory perusal of a late Book [by Gideon Harvey], call'd The Conclave of Physicians. By (Philo-Musus), a Friend to the Muses,’ 4to, London, 6.
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Publication date Get this from a library. A letter to a doctor of physick concerning diascordium, & c. In pre-modern medicine, diascordium (medical Lat diascordium, for diascordiōn, from Gr διὰ σκορδίων, [a preparation] of scordium, σκόρδιον, "a strong-smelling plant mentioned by Dioscorides", possibly Teucrium scordium), or diascord, is a kind of electuary, or opiate, first described by Fracastorius, and denominated from the dried leaves of scordium, which is an ingredient DOR: Agonists: 3CS-nalmefene, 6'-GNTI, 7-SIOM, ADL.
Diascordium definition: a herbal medicine, no longer in use, containing among other ingredients the herb scordium | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Doctor Letter in English Author: webdeveloper Created Date: Z.
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Nettleton Physician, a letter from the same learned and ingenious gentleman concerning his further progress in inoculating the small pox Phil Trans ; –52 Original in Royal Society Archives, Early Letters vol 1. The extract referred to in the title is from Leeuwenhoek's letter of (AB ) to Anthonie Heinsius, the first letter in the Send-Brieven.
A year later onLeeuwenhoek sent a copy to Philosophical Transactions editor Hans Sloane, which explains the date in the Philosophical Transactions title as well as the first paragraph, which does not exist in the version Leeuwenhoek. Patient's mother: Good morning, doctor. Doctor: Good morning.
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- Where that True Physick is to be found. - How the True Physick, which is covered bark and rind,cton, George. A letter in answer to certain quaeries and objections made by a certain Galenist, against the theorie and practice of chymical physick.
Wherein the right method of curing of diseases is demonstrated: the possibility of an universal evi p i. A letter from Doctor More with passages out of several letters from persons of good credit relating to the state and improvement of the province of Pennsilvania: published to prevent false reports.
More, Thomas, d. /  For her highness the most illustrious incomparabley virtuous and religious lady Elizabeth Princess Dowager. Bellum medicinale, or the present state of doctors and apothecaries in London. Being remarks upon a letter from a merchant-dispensary physician to himself, and his answer.
In a letter from a chymist in the city to a country physician, with the physician's answer by: Chymist in the city. Published: (). Research on vitamin C spans continents and centuries.
Long before Dr James Linde published his classic, "Treatise on the Scurvy", inother doctors had been extolling the virtues of citrus fruit for a great many maladies, most of which, in hindsight, were benefitted. For instance, from Allen's "Practice of Physick", London,Vol.2, p Stubbe, Henry, A letter sent to Mr.
Henry Stubbe wherein the Galenical method & medicaments, as likewise bloud-letting in particular, are offered to be proved ineffectual or destructibve to mankind, by experimental demonstrations: also his answer thereunto by letter / on which animadversions are made by Geo. Thomson, Dr.
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2 The Causes. 3 The Signs. 4 The Remedies of the Diseas.” (D) John Mayow's tract, published inentitled “Concerning Rickets.”. Four Books of that Learned and Renowned Doctor, Lazarus Riverius. Appended to Felix Platter, Abdiah Cole and Nicholas Culpeper, A Golden Practice of Physick. London: Two versions: this is Wing b.
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