Excerpt from The Journal of Materia Medica, 1876, Vol. 15: Devoted to Materia Medica, Pharmacy, Chemistry, &C Carbolic Acid, Antidote for. Carbuncles, their Treatment. Castor Oil, Agreeable Mode of Taking Catamenial Excesses, Bromide of Ammonium in Catarrh Catheter, Early Use of Centennial Fever cerebro-spinal Chaﬂ'ing Cheyne, Dr. Children, Points in the Chilblains Children, Weight of New Born Chl...
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