Journal and Transactions of the Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1861
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AbstractThis publication is the newsletter and journal of the Maryland College of Pharmacy. The 1861 journals are listed as volume II however there is a misnumbering in the 1858 and 1859 years, so this might be volume III. The 1861 volumes have three numbers dating from March to December.
DescriptionDescription: Vol. II [III] No. 1 (March 1861) - Vol. II [III] No. 3 (December 1861). No. 1 Contents “Citrate of Iron and Quinia” by William S. Thompson; “Extract and Fluid Extract of Cimicifuga” by J.F. Moore; “Plasma Plumbi” by Charles S. Tilyard; “Elixir of the Valerianate of Ammonia” by Trovillo H.K. Enos; “Latex and Cambium”; “Kinic Acid in the Shoots of the Whortle-Berry”; “The Temperature of Water in the Spheroidal State” by M.S. de Luca; “A New Mode of Preparing Quinine and other Alkaloids”; “Glycerine Pomade of Iodide of Potassium” by M. Thirault; “Bitter Wine of Iron” by William Procter Jr.; “Therapeutic Studies on Essence of Valerian” by M. Barbailler; “A New Test for Ozone”; “Mode of Disinfecting and Perfuming Cod Liver Oil and Castor Oil” by M. Jeannel; “On Tinctura Arnicae” by William Procter Jr.; “On an Adulteration of Carmine” by J.M. Maisch; “Paraffin for Coating Glass Stoppers for Bottles Containing Caustic Alkalies”; “On Permanganic Acid”; “On Parafin”; “Oleum Aethereum” by Edward R. Squibb; “On the Process of Displacement” by George W. Sandford; “A Few Remarks on the Flowers of the Arnica Montana, Lin.” By H. Versmann; “New Compounds of Sugar with Acids”; “On the Preparation and Some of the Applications of Glycerine” by J.F. Wilson; “On the Detection of Sugar in Urine”; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy August 1860 to February 1861; Editorials No. 2 Contents “Valedictory Address at the Annual Commencement of Maryland College of Pharmacy” by Lewis H. Steiner; “Remarks on some Pharmaceutical Preparations” by William S. Thompson; “results of Chemical Examinations of Plants Made by Members of the Late Graduating Class of the Maryland College of Pharmacy” by John S. Benzinger; “Euonymus Atropurpureus” by Trovillo H.K. Enos; “Ailanthus Glandulosa” by Alonzo Lilly Jr.; “Tussilago Farfara” by John G. Nagle; “Achillea Millefolium” by Charles C. Sears; “Purification of Vegetable Juices” by M. Emile Rousseau; “The Nature, Origin and Transformation of the Saccharine Substances Contained in Fruits” by M. Buignet; “On Medicinal Aconitia and its Substitutes” by William Procter Jr.; “Myronate of Potassa” by Ludwig and Lange; “Presence of Nitric Acid in Oxide of Manganese”; “On the Acids of Benzoin”; “Preston’s Salts”; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy March 1861; Annual Course of Lectures of the Maryland College of Pharmacy; Editorials No. 3 Contents “Dangers Arising from the Employment of Cyanide of Potassium in Photography” by Davanne; “On an Improved Method of Preparing Sodae Carbanas Siccata” by Harry Napier Draper; “The Treatment of Residue of Silver and Gold Remaining After Photographic Operations” by M. Peligot; “Oleum Gossyph—(Cotton-Seed Oil)” by William Henry Weatherly; “A New Test for Aniline” by Mene; “The Adulterations of Musk and the Methods of Examining the Same” by W. Bernatzik; “Hydriodate of Ammonia” by Murray Thomson; “Pills of Iodide of Potassium” by M. Mollier; “On Bunsen and Kirchhoff’s Spectrum Observations” by Henry Enfield Roscoe; “Rubidium and Caesium”; “A New Test for Morphia” by M. Lefort; “Glycerole of Chloroform for Internal Use”; “A Quick and Easy Method of Preparing Sulphate of Cadmium” “Acetic Syrups” by E.S. Wayne; “On Chloroformic Solution of Gutta Percha” by William Hodgson Jr.; “Acetous Tincture of Valerian” by D. Webster Bland; “On the Introduction of Hydrogen into Organic Compounds, and on the Transformation of Salicylic Acid into Gallic Acid” by M.H. Kolbe; “Observations on Bitter Almond and Cherry-Laurel Distilled Waters” by Mavet; “On the Chemical Manufactures of South Lancashire” by Schunck, Roscoe and Smith; Varieties; Minutes of the Maryland College of Pharmacy June 1861 to September 1861; Editorials; Annual Course of Lectures of the Maryland College of Pharmacy
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