by Brummell P .
Written in English
Facsimile of 1712 ed.
|Statement||by Monsieur Pomet, with additions by Messrs. Lemery and Tournefort.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||419|
A compleat history of druggs by Pierre Pomet, , printed for J. and J. Bonwicke, R. Wilkin, S. Birt, T. Ward and E. Wicksteed edition, in English - The third : OCLC Number: Notes: Title in red and black; end pieces. Translation, with omissions, of the author's Histoire générale des drogues. The anonymous translator and editor has drawn upon the works of Tournefort and Lémery, and has added to Pomet's descriptions and history of each drug that of Lémery, as extracted from his Traité universel des drogues simples. cf. Dedication and pref. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. A COMPLEAT HISTORY OF DRUGGS, includes a vast range of substances regarded as drugs or medicines by contemporaries. Many of these are plants of economic value, including the spices of south east Asia, the new plantation crops of the new world and the beverages, tea, coffee and chocolate. If you liked the book you've just seen, you might.
Pierre Pomet’s Histoire generale des drogues (), translated into English in as A Compleat History of Druggs, was a manual not only of the substances now identified as ‘drugs,’ but of a vast range of medicines, intoxicants, narcotics, dyestuffs, spices, foods and animal products.(See my earlier post “A Drug Merchant in Seventeenth Century London” for a sample of what drugs. The English translation of Pierre Pomet's A Compleat History of Druggs () demonstrates how the expansion of print culture altered the way that scientific ideas were communicated. Although it makes utilitarian claims, the text of the History departs from the style of contemporary British pharmacopoeias by emphasizing the exotic aspects of drugs. In this sense, the text exemplifies how. A compleat history of drugs / written in French by Monsieur Pomet : to which is added what is observable on the same subject, from Messrs. Lemery, and Tournefort, divided into three classes, vegetable, animal and mineral. Find the perfect compleat stock photo. Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now!
Shooting Up: A Short History of Drugs and War examines how intoxicants have been put to the service of states, empires and their armies throughout history. Since the beginning of organized combat, armed forces have prescribed drugs to their members for two general purposes: to enhance performance during combat and to counter the trauma of killing and witnessing violence after it is over. Well written, it shows what a great knowledge the author had of the drugs he described. Pomet () was an apothecary of Paris who had collected the drugs of many different countries and published the results of his findings in this book. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. A compleat history of druggs by Pomet, Pierre, Publication date Topics Materia Medica, Pharmaceutical Preparations, Botany, Medical, Drugs, Materia medica, Zoology, Medical Publisher London: R. and J. Bonwicke,and R. Wilkin [etc. Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft has influenced and guided countless students, coven initiates, and solitaries around the world. One of modern Wicca's most recommended books, this comprehensive text features a step-by-step course in Witchcraft, with photographs and illustrations, rituals, beliefs, history, and lore, as well as instruction in spellwork, divination, herbalism, healing.