Bulletin of the Lloyd Library of Botany, Pharmacy and Materia Medica. no. 1, 1900, Issue 1

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Lloyd Library and Museum, 1804
 

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Page 5 - An account of the most effectual means of preventing the deleterious consequences of the bite of the crotalus horridus, or rattle-snake.
Page i - London ; | and | Professor of Materia Medica, Natural History and Botany, | in the | University of Pennsylvania.
Page 5 - Some account of the Siren Lacertina, and other species of the same genus of amphibious animals ; in a letter to Mr. John Gottlob Schneider, of Saxony, with an outline engraving of the animal, from a finished drawing made by myself.
Page 4 - SUPPLEMENT to a Memoir concerning the Fascinating Faculty which has been ascribed to the Rattle-snake, and other American Serpents.
Page iv - An Act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such Copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending the Benefits thereof to the arts of Designing, Engraving and Etching Historical and other Prints.
Page 5 - A memoir concerning an animal of the class of reptilia, or amphibia, which is known in the United States by the names of alligator and hell-bender, with an engraving; octavo, 26 pages — -1812.
Page 33 - FROM the period that the swelling was at its height, to its entire disappearance, the itching was almost universal, and much more insupportable than it was before. I attributed this itching to the influence of the poison, which, I suppose, was conveyed into the system, from the time that the axillary gland began to swell and inflame. Nevertheless, I could not discover that there...
Page iv - MD President of the Philadelphia Linnean" and Medical Societies; one of the VicePresidents of the American Philosophical Society! Member of the Imperial Society of Naturalists at Moscow in Russia; and Professor of Materia Medica, Natural History, and Botany, in the University of Pennsylvania.
Page 5 - Collections, &c. part second, first edition, 53 pages octavo — 1804. 12. Facts, observations, and conjectures relative to the generation of the opossum of North America, in a letter to Mons.
Page 7 - Dr. John Walker, Professor of Natural History in the University of Edinburgh. Baron Humboldt. Professor Pallas, of Russia. Professor Sparrman, Sweden. Professor Thunberg, Sweden. Professor Burtnaun, of Holland.

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