Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
GARDNER, John 1804-1880
John Gardner was professor of chemistry to the General Apothecaries' Company and secretary of the Royal College of Chemistry. Among his other works was a translation of Liebig's "Familiar letters on chemistry' published in 1843.
- Household medicines
["Household medicine', 1861]
the BMCat lists an edition of "Household medicine: containing a familiar description of diseases, their nature, causes and symptoms; the most approved methods of treatment, etc.' as published London: 1861.
[Second edition, 1863]
The BMCat lists a second edition, revised and enlarged, as published London: 1863.
[Sixth edition, 1871]
The BMCat lists a sixth edition, revised and enlarged, with illustrations as published London: 1871.
Household medicine and sick-room guide: a familiar description of diseases, remedies, and methods of treatment, diet, &c. Expressly adapted for family use. By John Gardner, M.D. Edin. Author of "Longevity - the means of prolonging life after middle age"//"The great physician"//Editor of "Liebig's familiar letters on chemistry" etc. Ninth edition revised and enlarged//with a method of employing the work as an educational course of reading. Numerous illustrations.
22.0 x 14.0 cm Pp [i-v] vi [vii] viii-xviii  2-667 illus
GB: LB *LoEN
Binding: brown cloth, gilt.
Subjects: medical compendium,
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