Pharmacopoeia Bateana: or, Bate's Dispensatory.
Description: Translated from the Last Edition of the Latin Copy...containing Choice and Select Recipe's, their Names, Compositions, Preparations, Vertues, Uses, and Doses, as they are Applicable to the whole Practice of Physick and Chirurgery. The Third Edition by William Salmon. , 747, pp. 12mo, rebound in modern cloth with brown morocco label; (light dampstaining near end of book, foxing). London: S. Smith ad B. Walford, 1706.
Comments: Bate (1609-1669) was physician to Charles II, a fellow of the College of Physicians and of the Royal Society. "He (Salmon) wrote a great deal on medical topics and compiled works on botany, the pharmacopoeia, anatomy, and medical and chirurgical observations...took part also in the controversy about the dispensaries..." Ferguson, Bibliotheca Chemica II, 319. Blake, p. 33.Binding: hardcover
Book ID: 126646