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"[Pharmako-basanos]: or, The touch-stone of medicines. Discovering the vertues of [brace] vegetables, minerals, & animals, by their tastes & smells.: In two volumes. / By Sir John Floyer ..."
Touch-stone of medicines
Floyer, John, Sir, 1649-1734.
Includes erratas and addendum.
First words of title transliterated from Greek.
Vol. II has half title.
..". The sixth part ..." (p. -340), and "An appendix to the second part ..." (p. -416) at end of v. 2, have special title pages with imprints: London, Printed in the year, 1690.
Item at 2624:15 has pagination: , 321, ; , 416 p.
Item at 761:26 is a reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Item at 2624:15 is a photocopy of original in University of Pennsylvania Library.
Item at 761:26 is incorrectly identified on film as F1388.
2 v. in 1 (, 321, ; , 416 p.)
London: Printed for Michael Johnson, bookseller: and are to be sold at his shops at Litchfield and Uttoxiter, in Stafford-shire; and Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in Leicester-shire., 1687-
Wing (2nd ed.) / F1388A
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