Medicina Britannica: or A treatise on such physical plants, as are generally to be found in the fields or gardens in Great-Britain

Publication Date1751
Remaindercontaining a particular account of their nature, virtues, and uses. Together with the observations of the most learned physicians, as well ancient as modern, communicated to the late ingenious Mr. Ray, and the learned Dr. Sim. Pauli. Adapted more especially to the occasions of those, whose condition or situation of life deprives them, in a great measure, of the helps of the learned. By Tho. Short, of Sheffield, M.D. To which is added an appendix: containing the true preparation, preservation, uses and doses of most forms of remedies necessary for private families. With a preface by Mr. John Bartram, botanist of Pennsylvania, and his notes throughout the work, shewing the places where many of the described plants are to be foun in these parts of America, their differences in name, appearance and virtue, from those of the same kind in Europe; and an appendix, containing a description of a number of plants peculiar to America, their uses, virtues, &c
PublisherLondon printed: Philadelphia re-printed, and sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the post-office, in Market-Street


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