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THE LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND DUBLIN,
PRACTICAL HINTS ON PRESCRIBING.
PETER SQUIRE, F.L.S.,
CHEMIST ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE QUEEN,
LATE PRESIDENT OF THE PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY.
In consequence of the rapid sale of the First and Second Editions of this work, it has become necessary to publish a Third.
The Author has seized this opportunity of adding useful information to the book; and, acting on the kind suggestions of numerous professional friends, has made many additions to the NonOfficinal Preparations. He has also carefully corrected all that portion of the work which referred to the Prussian Pharmacopæia, the seventh edition of which has just appeared. The results of more mature experience will be found under such heads as Liquor Ferri Perchloridi, etc., and the Groups have now added to them the pages, for the purposes of more ready reference.
277, Oxford Street,
January 1st, 1866.