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By "Gray, Samuel Frederick, 1766-1828"
A natural arrangement of British plants : according to their relations to each other as pointed out by Jussieu, De Candolle, Brown, &c. ... / with an introduction to botany ... By Samuel Frederick Gray ...
By: Gray, Samuel Frederick, - Gray, John Edward, - Shury, James,
Publication info: London :Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy,1821.
Contributed by: Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library
BHL Collections: Ernst Mayr Library of the MCZ, Harvard University
A supplement to the Pharmacopia, and treatise on pharmacology in general : including not only the drugs and preparations used by practitioners of medicine, but also most of those employed in the chemical arts : together with a collection of the most useful medical formulæ ... /
By: Gray, Samuel Frederick,
Edition: 6th ed., considerably enl.
Publication info: London :Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman,1836.
Contributed by: Gerstein - University of Toronto (archive.org)
A supplement to the pharmacopoeia being a treatise on pharmacology in general; including not only the drugs and compounds which are used by practitioners of medicine, but also those which are sold by chemists, druggists, and herbalists, for other purposes; together with a collection of the most useful medical formulæ ; an explanation of the contractions used by physicians and druggists; the medical arrangement of the articles of the London pharmacopeia, with their doses, at one view; a similar list of the indigenous plants of the British islands, which are capable of being used in medicine, &c. ; and also a very copious index, English and Latin, of the various names by which the articles have been known at different periods. /
By: Gray, Samuel Frederick, - King's College London. - Physical Society (Guy's Hospital)
Edition: A new and improved edition considerably enlarged.
Publication info: London :printed for Thomas and George Underwood,1821.
Contributed by: King's College London, Foyle Special Collections Library (archive.org)