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'Every man his own physician.' : The vegetable family physician: containing a description of the roots and herbs common to this country, with their medicinal properties and uses; also directions for the treatment of the diseases incident to human nature, by vegetables alone; embracing many valuable Indian recipes.

Author: Samuel B Emmons; Hosea Winchester; Nathaniel S Magoon; George P Oakes
Publisher: Boston: : George P. Oakes, Pemberton Hill, opposite the head of Hanover Street., 1836.
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Genre/Form: Advertisements
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Prescriptions, formulae, receipts, etc
Formulae, receipts, prescriptions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel B Emmons; Hosea Winchester; Nathaniel S Magoon; George P Oakes
OCLC Number: 191241021
Notes: "This book ... will instruct the people how to free themselves from the 'ills that flesh is heir to,' in the safest and most expeditious manner ... "--To the public, p. [2].
Running title: Family physician.
Copyright 1836 by George P. Oakes.
Each of the two copies in hand includes an advertisement on p. [173]-176. The advertisements differ; one is a "Catalogue of medical plants & culinary herbs, barks, roots, extracts, &c. prepared by Hosea Winchester, and for sale by him at the corner of Charles and Mount Vernon streets, Boston" and the other a "Catalogue of botanical medicines, prepared and sold wholesale and retail, by N.S. Magoun, at the Thomsonian Botanic Infirmary, no. 554, Washington Street, opposite the Worcester Rail Road Office."
Description: [11], 8-176 p. ; 17 cm.
Other Titles: Vegetable family physician.
Family physician.
Responsibility: By Samuel B. Emmons.

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