1 edition of By His Majesty"s Royal Letters Patent. Dr. Brodum"s nervous cordial, and botanical syrup found in the catalog.
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Illustrated by Browne, H. K. (Hablot Knight), Text transcribed by Apex Data Services, Inc. Images scanned by Ingrid Pohl Text encoded by Apex Data Services, Inc., Andrew Leiter, and Natalia Smith. First edition, ca. K Academic Affairs Library, . Dr. v. Oefele states of pharmacy before the time of Hippocrates, that although the practice of medicine was not separated from pharmacy among the Greeks and Romans, there was such a separation among the ancient Egyptians, from whom the distinction was handed down to the Copts, and by them to the Arabians; and, in fact, that the term pharmacist is probably of Egyptian origin, being derived from. Kate Moss Quotes. View the list The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Lao Tzu. Wisdom Journey Step Miles. Strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle. Napoleon Hill. Strength Growth Struggle Effort. A. the British were to the Chinese B. the Portuguese were to the British C. Chinese immigrants in the U.S. were to the native Chinese D. inhalation was to oral administration 3 p. Ans: A Opium was given to infants to treat all but which of the following ailments _____. A. teething B. colic C. fever reduction D. pain 2 p. Ans: C Patent medicines in the nineteenth century, such.
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The original book is printed faintly. Addeddate Foldoutcount 0 Identifier b Identifier-ark ark://t8vb5bn0rPages: One of the most popular patent medicines of the late 18th and early 19th century was Dr. Brodum’s Botanical Syrup and Restorative Nervous Cordial.
Advertisements and testimonials for this miracle product abound. Some of the advertisements were quite lengthy. The following appeared in an edition of the Lancaster Gazette.
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Russell No 7 Blewets Buildings Fetter. By His Majesty's royal letters patent, the restorative nervous cordial and botanical syrup for all disorders of the human body is subject to; The Bombay materia medica and their therapeutics; The British herbal and family physician to and botanical syrup book is added a dispensatory for the use of private families; The British herbal and family physician.
Full text of "Exposures of quackery: being a series of articles upon, and analysis of, various patent medicines" See other formats. The Instructions require Hopetoun to have the Letters Patent read out at the ceremony of Inauguration of the Commonwealth on 1 January and to take the various Oaths of Office there in the presence of the Queen's other vice-regal officers, the Governors of the six colonies, and members of the colonial courts and parliaments.
Application for patent no made on 4th February and accepted 5th October Application Agents: Wheatley & Mackenzie, 40 Chancery Lane, London W.C. I got this instrument in quite good condition for it's age but as always the finish was really bad and required redoing completely (back and side – french polish, table and neck tru oil).
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An Act for incorporating the Trustees of the hospital, founded by the late George Simpson, Esq. Ashley Cooper's Botanical Purifying Pills By His Majestys Royal Letters Patent. Dr. Brodums nervous cordial M'd in boxes.1 2s. and 4s.6d. each, wholesale and retail, at BaoBay and General Patent Medicine >V*rebouse,Gi,Oxford-street, the corner of Well-street, London, where the public can be supplied with every Patent Medicine of repute (with an allowance on taking six at one lime), warranted genuine.
Being an astrologo-physicial discourse of the vulgar herbs of this nation, containing a complete method of physic whereby a man may preserve his body in health, or cure himself, being sick, for three-pence charge, with such things only as grow in England, they being most fit for English bodies.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. His Majesty, 24 Pall Mall’ appeared in Billinge’s Liverpool Advertiser,alsoinclaiming that a Botanic Syrup and Nervous Cordial may have saved his sight In common with Barlow and Torr, Collins evidently was not a ﬁgment of the advertiser’s imagination, and was indeed a royal portraitCited by: a.
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41 Pall Mall; at Mr. Bourgeos's, perfumer to the Royal Family, No. Haymarket and Mr. Fuller's near the Hummons., Covent Garden, with proper directions, in. An astrologo-physicial discourse of the vulgar herbs of this nation, containing a complete method of physic, whereby a man may preserve his body in health, or cure himself being sick, for three-pence charge, with such things only as grow in England, they being most fit for English bodies.
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(2) He was John Styth Pemberton, born in in Knoxville, Georgia, eighty miles away. (3) Sometimes known as Doctor, Pemberton was a pharmacist who, during the Civil War, led a cavalry troop under General Joe Wheeler. (4) He settled in Atlanta inand soon began brewing patent medicines as Triplex Liver Pills and Globe of Flower Cough Syrup.
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ROCHE'S ROYAL HERBAL EMBROCATION, An effectual CURE for the FIOOPING COUGH without Medicine. r I ^ II E unrivalled Reputation this Embro- I cation has gained, has induced the Inventor, anxious to secure it genuine to the Public, and pre- vent the Impositions daily practised, by unprincipled Persons vending.