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First edition. Rebound in black cloth with gilt titles, new endpapers and flyleafs. Top page edge lightly stained. 1842 Hard Cover. 449,  pp. 12mo bound in sixes. Hoolihan 581: Having purchased a 'right' to Thomson's system, Chambers justifies the publication of an additional and seemingly extra-legal text on the botanic practice in his preface: 'I have owned a right to this incomparable system of medicine about seven years; and, by attention and application thereto, have obtained so competent a knowledge of it, that I confidently believe that no one will be disappointed, or ever regret purchasing this book... But there are many individuals and families who are yet unsupplied with any book of directions for using these medicines, and for the proper management of the sick. This has been, in some cases, owing to a want of correct information respecting the system, and in others, to the PRICE (twenty dollars) at which this work has been sold. This work is, therefore, intended to supply the deficiency, at a trifling cost...'.
Title: The Thomsonian Practice of Medicine; Containing the Names, and a Description of the Virtues and Uses of the Medicines Belonging to This System of Practice; Also, Directions for Giving the Proper Quantity of Each Article for a Dose; together with the Names and Symptoms of the Different Forms of Disease, and Ample Directions for Curing the Same, with Those Excellent Remedies.
Categories: 19th Century and Earlier,
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: R. Chambers, Printer: 1842
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 2012758
Keywords: MEDICAL MEDICINE THOMSONIAN METHOD,