Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, Volume 8

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J. Churchill, 1849 - Pharmacy
 

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Page 329 - ... certain it is, that whosoever hath his mind fraught with many thoughts, his wits and understanding do clarify and break up, in the communicating and discoursing with another; he tosseth his thoughts more easily; he marshalleth them more orderly; he seeth how they look when they are turned into words ; finally, he waxeth wiser than himself; and that more by an hour's discourse than by a day's meditation.
Page 161 - ... the making or preparing the same, or has or claims to have any exclusive right or title to the making or preparing the same...
Page 101 - If. on examination, any drugs, medicines, medicinal preparations, whether chemical or otherwise, including medicinal essential oils, are found, in the opinion of the examiner, to be so far adulterated, or in any manner deteriorated, as to render them inferior in strength and purity to the standard established by the United States. Edinburgh. London, French, and German pharmacopoeias and dispensatories...
Page 154 - Composition whatsoever, used or applied, or to be used or applied externally or internally as Medicines or Medicaments for the Prevention, Cure or Relief of any Disorder or Complaint incident to or in anywise affecting the human Body...
Page 144 - ... with the fact that the whole were daily watered from one particular source, suggested the conclusion that the cause of the evil must reside in the water thus used ; and this was accordingly examined. It yielded the following constituents, making in each imperial pint of 20 fluid ounces, nearly...
Page 402 - Assessor Pharmacia? of the Royal Prussian College of Medicine, Coblentz ; and THEOPHILUS REDWOOD, Professor of Pharmacy in the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
Page 471 - ... viz., heat, light, electricity, magnetism, chemical affinity, and motion, are all correlative, or have a reciprocal dependence. That neither, taken abstractedly, can be. said to be the essential or...
Page 100 - All drugs, medicines, medicinal preparations, including medicinal essential oils and chemical preparations, used wholly or in part as medicine, imported from abroad, shall, before passing the custom-house, be examined and appraised, as well in reference to their quality, purity, and fitness for medical purposes, as to their value and identity specified in the invoice.
Page 510 - June, 1838. Having been present at the experiments made at Mr. Cooper's house, with a view of determining the degree of deterioration which the air suffers by the employment of Joyce's stoves in close rooms, and having examined, in conjunction with him, the...
Page 376 - On the other hand, the disgusting odour and flavour, and nauseating qualities of the blown oil, preclude its repeated use. Moreover, there is reason to suspect that, if patients could conquer their aversion to it, its free use, like that of other rancid and empyreumatic fats, would disturb the digestive functions, and be attended with injurious effects.

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