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PHARMACOPOEIA


OP THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

BY THE

AUTHORITY OF THE MEDICAL SOCIETIES AND COLLEGES.

BOSTON:

PRINTED BY WELLS AND LILLY.

FOR CHARLES EWER, NO. 6 1 , CORNHILT**

Dec. 1820.

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DISTRICT OP MASSACHUSETTS, TO. WIT:
District Clerk's Office.

BE itremembered, that on thefifteenth day of December, A,D. 1820, in the Forty-fifth year
of the Ladependence of the United States of America, Charles Ewer and Timothy Bedlington
of the said District, have deposited in this Office the Title of a Book the Right whereof they
claim as Proprietors in the Words following, to wit.* The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of
America. 1820,. By the Authority of the Medical Societies and Colleges

In Conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States, entitled, " An Act for the En­
couragement of Learning, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts and Books, to the Authors
and Proprietors of such Copies, during the Times therein mentioned :" and also to an Act
entitled, ** An Act supplementary to an Act, entitled, An Act for the Encouragement of Learn­
ing, by securing the Copies of Maps, Charts and Books, to the Authors and Proprietors of such
Copies during the times therein mentioned ; and extending the Benefits thereof" to the Arts of
Designing, Engraving and Etching Historical, and other Prints."

mo. w. DAVIS,
Clerk of tJw District of Massachusetts*

Th e Proprietors of ** Th e Pharmacopoeia of the United States" give notice, that
having purchased for a large sum, the copy right of the said work, they shall be
under the necessity of promptly instituting a suit against any person or persons who
may attempt an infraction of the rights conferred on them by law. All persons
whom it may concern are cautioned to govern themselves accordingly.

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188 FERRUM.

LIQUOR FERRI ALKALINL

3& Ferri drachmas duas cum semisse.
Acidi nitricifluiduncias duas.
Aquae distillataefluiduncias sex.
Liquoris potassse subcarbonatis fluiduncias sex.

Ferro superinfunde acidum et aquam inter se mista ; turn,
tibi bullulae exire cessaverint, liquorem adhuc acidum effunde*
Hunc, paulafim et ex intervallis, liquori potassge subcarbonatis
adjice, .subinde agitans, donjec, facto jam colore fusco-rubicundo,
bullula? non amplius excitentur, Denique sepone per horas
sex, et liquorem effunde.

FERRI TARTRAS.

Ifc. Ferri carbonatis praecipitati unciam dimidiatn.
Potassse supertartratis in pulverem triti subtilissimum

unciam unam.
Aquae distillatae octantem unum.

Coque simul in vase vitreo super lentum ignem per horam
unam ; et liquorem per chartam cola. Liquor refrigeratus, et
iterum colatus, donee in superficie appareat peilicula, vaporet*
Inter frigescendum salina j&et massa, quae in pulferem redigenda
est, et in vasis clausis servanda.

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IRON. 137

SOLUTION OF ALKALINE IRON.

Take of Iron, two drachms and a half.
Nitric acid, two ftaidounces.
Distilled water, six fluidounces.
Solution of subcarbooate of potass, six fluidounces.

Having mixed the acid and water, pour them upon the iron,
and when the effervescence has ceased, pour off the clear acid
solution ; add this gradually, and at intervals, to the solution of
subcarbonate of potass, occasionally shaking it, until it has assum­
ed a deep brown red colour, and no further effervescence takes
place. Lastly, set it by for six hours, and pour off the clear
solution*

TARTRATE OF IRON.

Take of Precipitated carbonate of iron, half an ounce.
Supertartrate of potass, in very fine powder, on^

ounce.
Distilled water, one pint.

Boil them together in a glass vessel over a slow fire for aa
kour, and filter the liquor through paper. When cold, and fil­
tered a second time, evaporate it until a pellicle appears on the
surface. In cooling it will form a saline mass, which is to be
powdered and kept in close vessels.

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81

271 ENGLISH INDEX.

Page I Page
Prepared sulphuret of antimony Oil of.wormseed - '69

Ointment of American hellebore 257
of ammo. sub. of mere. 253
of cantbarides 249
of galls - - ib.
of grey oxide of mere. 251

— of impure oxide of ziiac 257
of nitrate of mercury 251
of the nitric ox. ofmer. ib.

— of nitrous acid 247
—— of rose water - ib.

of the subac. of copper 249
of subcarbonate of lead 253

Prussic acid
Purified filings of iron ­

mercury - ­
vinegar

Red oxide of iron ­
— precipitate
—- sulphuret of mercury
Resin cerate - ­
—— plaster

67
135
141
63

135
139
145
97

123
with cantharides ib.

19.5
85

133
193
99
83

101
253
215
99
83

195

Rochelle salt
Rose water ­
Rust of iron
Salt of tartar ­
Savin cerate
Seltzer water
Simple cerate
— ointment

syrup
Soap cerate ­
Soda water
Soluble tartar

of thornapple ­
Opiated tincture of camphor
Opodeldoc - ­
Oxide of antimony ­

of zinc- -
Oxidated oil of amber ­
Oxymel of squill -
Oxyrauriate of mercury ~
Paregoric elixir ­
Peppermint water ­
Pills of aloes and colocynth

* of aloes and myrrh

255
223

159
79

263
173

163
139

223
85

175
ib.

Solution of alkaline iron 137
of ammoniaret of copper 109
of muriate of baryta 91

of lime 93
• of oxymuriate of mercury 141
• of potass - - • 189
- of subcarbonate of potass 193
of sulphate of copper 109

—— of aloes, myrrh and guaicum 177
of arsenic -

——of com. ex. of colocynth
—— of gamboge and scammony
—— of muriate of gold

of myrrh and iron
of opium ­

- of oxymuriate of mercury
of squill
of subcarbonate of soda
of submuriate of mercury
of sulphate of iron

Phosphate of iron ­
— o f sod a -•

ib.
179

181
179
183
ib.

181
185
ib.

183
179
135
201

Plaster of cantharides, (see cerate)
of iron ­ 121

Potass ­ 187
with lime ­ 191

— — water ­ ­ 83
Powder of aloes and eanella 197

of the amalgam of tin 205
of ipecac, and sulph. cop. 197
of ipecacuanha and opium 599
of tin - « 2 0 5

Precipitated carbonate of iron
- sulphuret of antim.

Prepared carbonate of iron
;— of zinc

— •— impure carbon, of zinc
^ subacetate of copper

133
81

133
93

263
109

Spearmint water ­
Spirit of lavender

of minderertis
of nitrous ether «
of rosemary -

—of sulphuric ether
Strengthening plaster
Subcarbooate of potass -
Submuriate of mercury
Subnitrate of bismuth
Sugar of lead
Sulphate of potass

of zinc mixture
Sulphur ointment
Sulphuric ether -
SuJphuret of potass

of soda -
Supercarbonate of potass
Sweet tincture of rhubarb
Syrup of balsam of tolu

of buckthorn
of garlic

— — of ginger
— of meadow saffron

85
203
73
71

203
69

121
193
141
91

187
193
169
255
67

207
ib.

195
• 23 9
215
209
207
217
209

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235

ENGLISH INDEX.

Page
Syrup of orange peel 209 Tincture of peppermint

ge

of rhubarb 211 -ofperuvian
ib. of quassia

of sarsapanlla 213 of rhubarb
and guaiacum ib.

- of snakeroot 215 '

bark 225
237
ib.

• of squill
of vinegar

Tar ointment
pills

Tartar emetic. - ' -
Tartarized antimony
Tartrate of iron ­

of potass
and soda

Tincture of acetate of iron
of aloes

and myrrh
ofangustura

— of assafcetida ­
of bloodroot
of black hellebore
of camphor

— of cantharides
•— of cardamom

-of castor
— of catechu

of Cayenne pepper
of C, pep. and cantha.
of cinnamon
of coiumbo
of foxglove

— of gentian
— of green hellebore

of guaiacum
of henbane

-~ of hop ­
- — of jalap
— of muriate of iron

!- of kino
of lavender

—— of musk
— of myrrh
,, of opium

and gentian 239
ib. of soap arid opium ib.

207 — — of spearmint 235
253 of sulphuric acid 243
185 of tabacco 235
81 — of tola 245
ib. of thornapple 243

137 of valerian 245
195 of Virginia snakeroot 243
ib. Tobacco liniment - 161

229 Troches of carbonate of lime 217
219 of liquorice and opium ib.
ib. of magnesia 219

221
ib.

239
231
2211
223
225
ib.
ib.

223
ib.

227
ib.
ib.

229

245

231

233

231

233

229

233

'ib.

235

ib.

237

Turpeth mineral 143
Turner's cerate 101
Warner's gout cordial - 241
Water of ammonia 73

of carbonate of ammonia 75
of orange peel 85

White precipitate 143
mixture 165

Wine of aloes 257
of tartarized antimony 259
of ipecacuanha 261
of iron - - 259
of meadow saffron ib.
of opium 261

—— of rhubarb ib.
of white hellebore ib.
of tobacco ib.

Yellow subsulphate of mercury 143
Vesicating plasi. (see cerate of can )
Vinegar of opium - 61

*— of squill - ib*
Volatile linira. (see linim* of am.)

— salt, * see carbon, of amm.)
Vitrified oxide ofii^isfcony 79
— OE, of antimony with wax ib*
Vitriolated tartar - 193

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