A plain introduction to the art of physick, containing the fundamentals, and necessary preliminaries to…
A plain introduction to the art of physick, containing the fundamentals, and necessary preliminaries to practice. Whereby the reading of practical authors will be render’d easie and intelligible to the young student. To which is added, The materia medica contracted. And alphabetical tables of the vertues of roots, barks, woods, herbs, flowers, seeds, fruits, juices and gums, of animals and things taken from them, of minerals, &c. Also a collection of choice medicines chymical and Galenical. Together with a different way of making the most celebrated compositions in the apothecaries shops. By J. Pechey of the Col. of Physicians in London.
London : printed for Henry Bonwicke, at the Red Lion in St. Paul’s Church-yard, 1697.