Yearbook of Pharmacy: Comprising Abstracts of Papers Relating to Pharmacy, Materia Medica and Chemistry Contributed to British and Foreign Journal...with the Transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference

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J. O. Braithwaite
John Churchill & Sons, 1873
Includes the transactions of the British Pharmaceutical Conference at its 7th-64th annual meetings.
 

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Seite 455 - While the whole world seems adverse to desert. And, oh ! when Nature sinks, as oft she may, Through long-lived pressure of obscure distress, Still to be strenuous for the bright reward, And in the soul admit of no decay, Brook no continuance of weak-mindedness — Great is the glory, for the strife is hard...
Seite 359 - In another vessel, 30 parts starch paste are stirred up with 20 of cold water, so that a thin milky fluid is obtained without lumps. Into this the boiling glue solution is poured, with constant stirring, and the whole is kept at the boiling temperature. After cooling, 10 drops of carbolic acid are added to the paste. This paste is of extraordinary adhesive power, and may be used for leather, paper, or cardboard with great success. It must be preserved in closed bottles to prevent evaporation of the...
Seite 275 - ... Neither tea nor extract of meat is nutriment in the ordinary sense; they possess a far higher importance by certain medicinal properties of a peculiar kind. The physician does not employ them as specific remedies. They serve the healthy man for the preservation of his health. Taken in proper proportions they strengthen the internal resistance of the body to the most various external injurious influences, which combine to disturb the general vital processes, and...
Seite 60 - The gum exudes from the stem in consequence of the puncture of [a beetle, and falling to the ground becomes contaminated with earth, for which reason it does not suit the London market ; but it is used in all parts of the country for cataplasms and fumigations. Lindley, from the examination of specimens sent to England from Tangier in 1839, determined the plant affording African ammoniacum to be the Ferula...
Seite 606 - WOOD stated that DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE was undoubtedly the inventor of Chlorodyne, that the whole story of the Defendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, which he regretted to say had been sworn to.— See Times, July 13, 1864.
Seite 314 - Rose. Take of Red Rose, in moderately fine powder, two troyounces ; Clarified Honey twenty-five troyounces; Diluted Alcohol a sufficient quantity. Moisten the powder with half a fluidounce of Diluted Alcohol, pack it firmly in a conical glass percolator, and gradually pour Diluted Alcohol upon it until six fluidrachms of filtered liquid have passed. Set this aside, and continue the percolation until half a pint more of liquid is obtained. Evaporate this, by means of a waterbath, to ten fluidrachms,...
Seite 101 - long been convinced, and new experience confirms his conviction, that for energy, certainty, and convenience, Indian Hemp is the next anodyne, hypnotic, and anti-spasmodic to opium and its derivatives, and often equal to it.
Seite 637 - May be used to almost any Substance from Glass and China to Leather, Wood, or Iron, and the articles joined bear washing in boiling water. The large range to which this is applicable, its strength, transparency, facility and neatness in use, and the readiness with which it adheres, renders it, without doubt, THE MOST USEFUL EVER INVENTED It is equally suited to articles of the coarsest or of the most delicate construction, and will retain its virtues in any climate. PROFESSOR ARCHER, Edinburgh. "...
Seite 279 - that by the addition of extract of meat to our food we neither economize carbon for the maintenance of the temperature nor nitrogen for the sustenance of the organs of our body; and that, therefore, it cannot be called 'food in the ordinary sense...

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