A letter from the author of Siris to Thomas Prior, Esq: concerning the usefulness of tar-water in the plague. Wherein also it is considered, whether ... acid of tar should be preferred, ...
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<:Notes>:The author of Siris = George Berkeley.
<:imprintFull>:Dublin : printed by George Faulkner, 1747. <:collation>:20p : 8°:
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A Manual of Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Including the Preparations of the Pharmacopoeias of London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, With Many New Medicines (Classic Reprint)