Journal and Transactions of the Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1859
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AbstractThis publication is the newsletter and journal of the Maryland College of Pharmacy. The 1859 publication is listed as Volume I; however, there was an 1858 publication with the same title numbered as volume I so the 1859 editions are volume II. The 1859 volumes have four numbers dating from March to December.
DescriptionVol. I [II] No. 1 (March 1859) - Vol. 1  No. 4 (December 1859). No. 1 Contents “A new formula for fluid extract of buchu with some general remarks on the fluid extracts” by Israel J. Grahame; “On the preparation of subnitrate of bismuth” by Charles Caspari; “Fluid extract of valerian” by A.P. Sharp; “Remarks on the explosive nature of oxide of silver in the formation of pills” by J. Faris Moore; “Pharmaceutical observations” by William S. Thompson; “On a convenient mode of determining the percentage of anhydrous soda, Na O. in soda ash, sal soda, bi carb. Soda, &c.” by A.P. Sharp; “The process of percolation or displacement” by Israel J. Grahame; “Solubility of alkaloids in chloroform”; “Employment of indigo as a test for glucose” by Mulder; “On the odoriferous principle of vanilla” by M. Gobley; “Chlorinated lunar caustic” by J. Lawrence Smith; “Citrate of iron and strychnia”; “On podophyllin” by R. Stabler; “Extracts from Dr. E.R. Squibb’s paper on the revision of the U.S. Pharmacopaeia”; “On elixir cinchonae or elixir of calisaya bark” by Alfred B. Taylor; Varieties; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy December 1858 to February 1859; Editorials No. 2 Contents “The althea paper, a proposed new test for acids and alkalies” by William E.A. Aikin; “On Oxide of zinc” by Charles Caspari; “Fluid extract of Yarrow”; “Glycerole of lead”; “Remarks on unguentum hydrargyria nitratis” by J. Faris Moore; “A few remarks on pharmacy of the present day” by A.P. Sharp; “Examination of spurious article of opium” by William E.A. Aikin; “Remarks on the preparation and application of native brandy, known under the name of Catawba brandy” by John Zimmerman; “Remarks on propylamin” by William Proctor Jr.; “Note on Propylamin” by William Proctor Jr.; “Mel Rosae” by Israel J. Grahame; “Aromatic Syrup of Rhubarb” by Israel J. Grahame; “Pharmaceutical observations” by William S. Thompson; “On hydrargyria iodidum” by Roland Seeger; “On soluble pyrophosphate of iron” by M. Robiquet; “On otto of rose” by Daniel Hanbury; “Fluid extract of valerian” by Israel J. Grahame; “The employment of alkalies in the extraction of the active principles of plants” by M. Dannecy; “The detection of an alkaloid, and an organic acid in common chamomile”; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy March 1859 to May 1859; Book notice; Editorials No. 3 Contents “Valedictory address delivered at the third annual commencement of the Maryland College of Pharmacy, March 15, 1859” by Lewis H. Steiner “The pharmacy of two hundred years ago, compared with that of the present day”; “New method of preparing sulphurous acid” by E.F. Anthon; “New process for depriving spirit of fusel oil” by M. Breton; “On infusions” by Mr. Stevenson; “To prevent concussions on boiling in glass vessels” by Dr. G.C. Wittstein; “On percolation or displacement” by William Proctor Jr.; “Weights and measures proposed to be used in the national pharmacopoeia by Mr. P. Squire; “Progress of science”; “Process for ascertaining the proportion of quinine in cinchona bark”; “Best form to be given to certain pharmaceutical preparations intended for external use”; “A new mode of preparing hydrate of magnesia as an antidote to arsenious acid”; “On the preparation of phosphide of calcium” by George W. Andrews; “Stramonium ointment” by Israel J. Grahame; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy June 1859 to August 1859; Obituary; American Pharmaceutical Association Announcement; Editorials No. 4 Contents “Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association – 1859”; “Collection of scammony in the north-west of Asia Minor” by Ch. Bourlier; “Cantharadine”; “On the Manufacture of the Otto of Rose at Kisanlik in European Turkey” by J. Lawrence Smith; “Polygonum aviculare (knot-grass, goose-grass) an astringent”; “Arnicine”; “Pills of iodide of iron”; “On infusions” by William S. Thompson; “Preparation and uses of iodide of sodium” by T.E. Jenkins; “Investigations concerning the purity of essential oils” by M. Cazac; “Solubility of alkaloids in olive oil”; “Glycerine preparations” by Dr. Stratin; “Chlorinated lunar caustic” by Henry N. Rittenhouse; “Detection of led in snuff”; “Remarks on Monsel’s persulphate of iron” by William Procter Jr.; “On infusions” by J. Faris Moore; “On the syrup and fluid extract of ipecacuanha” by Israel J. Grahame; “Fluid extract of burdock” by Israel J. Grahame; “Brown mixture” by Charles S. Tilyard; “Remarks on syrup of protiodide of iron” by W.S. Thompson; “The action of hypochlorites, hyposulphites and benzoic acid on the animal economy” by Kletzinsky; “Artificial formulation of tartaric acid”; “Detection of salicine when used as an adulteration of sulphate of quinine”; Varieties; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy August 1859 to November 1850; Editorials; List of Students
Vols 1 to 2 (June 1858 to April 1862) bound together with annual catalogs for 1859-1860 and 1860-1861.
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