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Translation of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians, of London, 1851

with notes and illustrations

by Royal College of Physicians of London

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Published by Highley and Son in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacopoeias,
  • Therapeutics,
  • Materia medica,
  • Medical Botany,
  • Pharmacy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard Phillips
    ContributionsPhillips, Richard, 1778-1851, Paris, John Ayrton, 1785-1856 dedicatee, Crosby, Thomas Boor, Sir, 1830-1916 former owner, St. Thomas"s Hospital. Medical School Library, King"s College London
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Paginationxiii, 567 p. ;
    Number of Pages567
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25843935M

    The British Pharmacopoeia, to Medicines, International Standards and the State by Anthony C. Cartwright January Bulletin of the History of Medicine 90(2) Pharmacopoeia, pharmacopeia, or pharmacopoea, (literally, 'drug-making'), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of samples and the preparation of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.. In a broader sense it is a reference work for pharmaceutical drug .   'Quality of patient care threatened' physicians tell PM. Details. 11 January Press & public relations. Telephone: +44 (0)20 +44 (0) Email: [email protected] Members of the Council of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) have today written to the prime minister, Theresa May MP, to set out their concerns about. William Heberden on Angina Pectoris, “But there is a disorder of the breast marked with strong and peculiar symptoms, considerable for the kind of danger belonging to it, and not extremely rare, which deserves to be mentioned more at length.

    Pharmacopeia, Pharmacopoeia (far'mă-kō-pē'ă), A work containing monographs of therapeutic agents, standards for their strength and purity, and their formulations. The various national pharmacopeias are referred to by abbreviations, of which the following are the most frequently encountered: USP, the Pharmacopeia of the United States of America.


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The pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London, for [electronic resource] by Royal College of Physicians of London. Publication date Translation of the Pharmacopoeia londensis Translation of Pharmacopoeia collegii regalis medicorum londensisLondini: J. Churchill, Addeddate Barcode Pages: Free 2-day shipping.

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A Translation of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians, of London, ; With Notes and IllustrationsAuthor: Royal College of London. Author of Annals of the Royal College of Physicians,Translation of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London,with notes and illustrations by Richard Phillips, Clinical aspects of genetics, Pharmacopœia Londinensis, or, The new London dispensatory, Pharmacopée du Collège royal des médecins de Londres, Medical transactions.

Translation of the Pharmacopœia, of the Royal College of Physicians of London Creative Authored by Richard Phillips. Description We have a copy, the original English version, in hardcover. Published by Highley and Son (London) in This book is 23cm of London, cm wide and cm deep.

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. The London Pharmacopoeia to The College of Physicians, founded in London in by a royal charter from King Of London VIII, first discussed publication of a pharmacopoeia inbut as it ‘seemed a toilsome task’ the idea was deferred for further discussion.

It was re-considered again four yearsFile Size: KB. Royal College of Physicians of London: The pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of physicians of London.: ; newly translated, to which are added, the properties and doses of medicines, and the act of Parliment for regulating the sale of arsenic.

(London: Reeves and Turner, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Get this from a library. A translation of the pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London, with notes and illustrations. [Richard Phillips; Royal College of. Royal College of Physicians of London.

Publication: Boston: Printed by John Allen, for Nicholas Booone [sic], at the Sign of the Bible in Cornhill ; Daniel Henchman over-against the Brick Meeting-House ; and John Edwards, at the Sign of the Light-House, The Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London: Royal College of Physicians of London John Miller, 72, Chancery Lane, - London (England) - pages.

Royal College of Physicians of London. Title(s): Translation of the pharmacopoeia [of]with notes and illustrations,by Richard Phillips. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Highley, A Translation of the Pharmacopoeia [of]with Notes and Illustrations, Royal College of Physicians of London, Richard Phillips,pages.

The Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London ; Newly Translated, to which are Added, the Properties and Doses of Medicines, and the Act of Parliment for Regulating the Sale. The pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of physicians of London.: ; newly translated, to which are added, the properties and doses of medicines, and the act of Parliment for regulating the sale of arsenic.

(London: Reeves and Turner, ), by Royal College of Physicians of London (page images at HathiTrust). Author(s): Phillips,Richard,; Royal College of Physicians of London.

Title(s): A translation of the pharmacopoeia [of]with notes and illustrations. Pharmacopoeia Londinensis, or, The London dispensatory: further adorned by the studies and collections of the fellows, now living in the said colledg: being that book by which all apothecaries are bound to make up all the medicines in their shops.

The Pharmacopoeia londinensis was revised many times over the following centuries, with new recipes added and discredited ones removed. The final edition appeared in The library holds all editions of the title, many of which are annotated, as well as dozens of editions of Nicholas Culpeper’s (–) English translation of the work.

A pharmacopoeia, pharmacopeia, or pharmacopoea (from the obsolete typography pharmacopœia, literally, "drug-making"), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.

Descriptions of preparations are called. Translation of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London 4. Highley, London Digital edition by the University and State Library Düsseldorf; Translation of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London, London: Highley, Digital edition by the University and State Library Düsseldorf.

William Harvey, MD - This distinguished physician, the greatest physiologist the world has seen, and the brightest ornament of our College, was the eldest son of Thomas Harvey, of Folkestone, Kent, by his second wife, Joan, daughter of Thomas Halke, of Haslingleigh, in the same county.(1) He was born at Folkestone on the 1st or 2nd of April, The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London; Compiled from the Annals of the College and from Other Authentic Sources, Volume 2 William Munk Longman, Green, Longman, and.

The preparation of physicians’ prescriptions was thus confined to the apothecaries, upon whom pressure was brought to bear to make them dispense accurately, by the issue of a pharmacopoeia in May by the College of Physicians, and by the power which the wardens of the apothecaries received in common with the censors of the College of.

Richard Phillips (chemist) explained. Richard Phillips FRS FRSE FCS FGS (21 November – 11 May ), was a distinguished British chemist and became a fellow of the Royal Society in Early life.

Born in Lombard Street, London on 21 Novemberhe was the son of James Phillips (–), a printer and bookseller and his wife, Mary. He trained in London. Antique Book Epitome of the Pharmacopeia of the US and National Formulary Antique Book Epitome. Book of Epitome Antique National Formulary the and the of Pharmacopeia US US Pharmacopeia of Book the and Formulary of the Antique Epitome National; $ Pharmacopoeia officinalis Britannica, or, A new translation into English of the last edition of the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of Londonwith which are incorporated all the formulae of the Dublin and Edinburgh colleges in alphabetical order ; together with notes explanatory of the different processes, a correct table of old.

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© Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 9 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ Telephone: +44 (0) A charity registered in Scotland no. SC A key to physic, and the occult sciences: opening to mental view, the system and order of the interior and exterior heavens; the analogy betwixt angels, and spirits of men; and the sympathy between celestial and terrestrial bodies, from whence is deduced an obvious discrimination of future events, in the motions and position of the luminaries, planets, and stars; the universal.

In he revised the ‘Translation of the Pharmacopœia of the Royal College of Physicians’ into English, left unfinished by Richard Phillips (–) [q. v.]; he was also engaged in the construction of the ‘British Pharmacopœia’ inand was joint editor with Boverton Redwood of the second edition in The Pharmacopoeia Londinensis was originally published in Latin by the Royal College of Physicians in and translated into English by Nicholas Culpepper in the middle of the seventeenth century.

To celebrate its th anniversary an illustrated version of the book is to be published later this year. I am delighted to be one of [ ]. A translation of the pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London, ; A translation of the pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London, With notes and illustrations; A translation of the pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians, of London.

Taxa medicamentorum in pharmacopoea provinciali. I f ever there was a candidate for the dustbin of history at the outset of the NHS in it was the Royal College of Physicians of London.

By then (the starting point for this fourth volume of its history) it had long outlived its initial guild conception.

Nor was it an educational college in the modern sense, or a pressure group, or a specialty body, or a professionals' Cited by: 1.

Remarks on the editio altera of the Pharmacopoeia Londinensis, and on Dr. Powell's translation. And anotations / by Richard Phillips London: W. Phillips ; Physical description. xiv, 64 p., [2] l. (last blank) ; (8vo) Notes. Includes index. Subject.

Royal College of Physicians of London. Pharmacopoeia of. Medicine. Condition: Good. Volumes 1 2. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.

In good all round condition. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN A pharmacopoeia, pharmacopeia, or pharmacopoea (literally, “drug-making”), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.

relations. Other articles where London Pharmacopoeia is discussed: pharmaceutical industry: Pharmaceutical science in the 16th and 17th centuries: The London Pharmacopoeia became mandatory for the whole of England and thus became the first example of a national pharmacopoeia.

Another important advance was initiated by Paracelsus, a 16th-century Swiss. London Pharmacopoeia being published in From the beginning the book had authoritative countenance and proceedings were authorized against those com pounding medicines in any other form than therein directed.

In Scotland the President and Censors of the College of Physicians of Edinburgh, which received its Charter. Pharmacopoeia literally means ‘the art of the drug compounder’ and the London Pharmacopoeia was compiled by the Royal College of Physicians as the first standard list of medicines and their ingredients published in England.

The College first published the Pharmacopoeia inalthough the idea had been discussed from The Edinburgh Pharmacopoeia. A pharmacopoeia, pharmacopeia, or pharmacopoea (from the obsolete typography pharmacopœia, literally, "drug-making"), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.

[1]. Another remarkable example is Quassia amara L., popularly known as ‘Quinquina de Cayenne’, which was widely used as a febrifuge and antimalarial drug in Europe, and included in some European pharmacopoeias such as the Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of Physicians of London (Healde and Latham, ) and the Farmacopea Oficial Española Author: Domingos Tabajara de Oliveira Martins, Eliana Rodrigues, Laura Casu, Guillermo Benítez, Marco Leonti.Culpeper, Gent.

Pharmacopoeia Londinensis. London dispensatory. Royal College of Physicians of London. Culpeper, Nicholas, Originally published in under title: A physicall directory, or, A translation of the London dispensatory, made by the Colledge of Physicians in London.

[15], [i.e. ], [2],[15] p.: London.Full text of "The roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: comprising biographical sketches of all the eminent physicians whose names are recorded in the Annals from the foundation of the College in to its removal infrom Warwick Lane to Pall Mall East" See other formats.