Seplasium. The compleat English physician: or, the druggist’s shop opened. Explicating all the particulars of…
Seplasium. The compleat English physician: or, the druggist’s shop opened. Explicating all the particulars of which medicines at this day are composed and made. Shewing their various names and natures, their several preparations, virtues, uses, and doses, as they are applicable to the whole art of physick, and containing above 600 chymical processes. A work of exceeding use to all sorts of men, of what quality or profession soever. The like not hitherto extant. In X. books. By William Salmon, professor of physick, near Holbourn-Bridge, London.
London : printed for Matthew Gilliflower at the Black spread Eagle in Westminster-Hall, and George Sawbridge, at the Three Flower-de-luces in Little Britain, 1693.