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Lexicon physico-medicum

J. Quincy

Lexicon physico-medicum

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Published by A Bell, W. taylor and J. Osborn .
Written in English


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Statementor, A new physical dictionary ; by J. Quincy.
SeriesLandmarks of science
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Open LibraryOL21445266M

Quincy, J. () Lexicon Physico-medicum: or, a New Physical Dictionar y, Explaining the Dif- fi cult T er ms used in the Several Br anches of the Profession, and in such P ar ts of Philosoph y as.


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Get this from a library. Lexicon physico-medicum, or, A new physical dictionary: explaining the difficult terms used in the several branches of the profession and in such parts of philosophy as are introductory thereunto: to which is added some account of the things signified by such terms.

[John Quincy; Andrew Bell; Pre Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)]. Lexicon physico-medicum: or, a new medicinal dictionary; explaining the difficult terms used in the several branches of the profession. Collected. The fifth edition, with new improvements. John Quincy.

Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum improved, or, A dictionary of the terms employed in medicine, and in such departments of chemistry, natural philosophy, literature, and the arts, as are connected therewith: containing ample explanations of the etymology, signification, and use of those terms.

He published in a ‘Lexicon Physico-medicum,’ dedicated to John Montagu, 2nd Duke of Montagu, who had just been admitted a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London.

It is based on the medical lexicon of Bartolomeo Castelli of Messina (died ), published at Basle inand went through eleven editions, of which the last. Lexicon Physico-Medicum. Or, A New Medicinal Dictionary Explaining the Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession, and in Such Parts of Natural Philosophy as are Introductory Thereto.

By John Quincy. - London - J Osborn and T Longman. 8" by 5"; xvi, pp. Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum improved: or, A dictionary of the terms employed in medicine, and in such departments of chemistry, natural philosophy, literature, and the arts, as are connected therewith: containing ample explanations of the etymology, signification, and use of those terms: from the 11th London edition: with many amendments and additions, expressive of discoveries lately.

Quincy's Lexicon-medicum: a new medical dictionary, containing an explanation of the terms in anatomy, physiology, practice of physic, materia medica, chymistry, pharmacy, surgery, midwifery, and the various branches of natural philosophy connected with medicine by Hooper, Robert, ; Quincy, John, d.

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Il publia en un «Lexicon Physico-medicum», dédié à John Montagu, 2e duc de Montagu, qui venait d'être admis au Collège royal des médecins de Londres. Il est basé sur le lexique médical de Bartolomeo Castelli de Messine (mort en ), publié à Bâle enet a traversé onze éditions, dont les deux dernières ont paru.

John Quincy was an apothecary. He wrote or translated 11 works, the most famous of which were his Pharmacopoeia Officinalis & Extemporanea or A Compleat English Dispensatory, first published inand his medical dictionary Lexicon Physico-medicum of John Quincy 'Lexicon Physico-Medicum' Medicine Anatomy Surgery Full.

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On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Explanation of the Etymology and Signification of the Terms Used in Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Materia Medica, Chemistry, and the Practice of Physic.

Compiled from the Most Approved Authorities. Author: John Quincy; Publisher: N.A. John Quincy, Lexicon Physico-Medicum: Or A New Physical Dictionary, Explaining The Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession, and in such Parts of Philosophy as are Introductory Thereunto (London, ); BL Sloane MSf.

41r. Thomas Garlick, Surgeon of Wolverhampton, Praxis Chyrurgiae Ratonalis, seventeenth by: 1. Title-page of John Quincy’s Lexicon Physico-medicum,Andrew Bell, London. Literature on this is very brief and hopelessly inadequate for the most part. One still opens volume after volume on the history of early modern and eighteenth-century medicine, however, without finding so much a hint of the existence and role of medical dictionaries.

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On the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements; Comprising an Explanation of the Etymology and Signification of the Terms Used in Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Materia Medica, Chemistry, and the Practice of Physic.

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John Quincy, Lexicon Physico-medicum: Or, a New Medicinal Dictionary. Explaining the Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession. And in such Parts of Natural Philosophy, as are Introductory thereto.

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It begins with a detailed look at the history of medicines and how they were used and obtained at this time. It then discusses the history of books on pharmacy from history up until the late 17th and early 18th.

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Edition: The ninth. The American medical lexicon, on the plan of Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum, with many retrenchments, additions, and improvements; comprising an explanation of the etymology and signification of the terms used in anatomy, physiology, surgery, materia medica, chemistry, and the practice of physic.

John Quincy, M.D. [d], Apothecary and Iatrophysical Writer: A Study of his Works, Including his Commentary on Santorio, his Compleat English Dispensatory, and his Lexicon Physico-medicum. epicerastic (plural epicerastics) (rare, obsolete) A medicine or herb having such an effect.

John Quincy, Lexicon Physico-Medicum, 5th edition, p. Epicerastick [ ] is a Medicine that assuages and corrects sharp Humours. His Pharmacopoeia officinalis & extemporanea; or, A compleat English dispensatory, first published inremained in print untilreaching the fifteenth edition.

His Lexicon physico-medicum: or, A new physical dictionary, published inproved to be as popular, going through more than eleven editions, the last in 1. Author(s): Quincy,John, Title(s): Lexicon physico-medicum, or, A new medicinal dictionary: explaining the difficult terms used in the several branches of the profession / by John Quincy, M.D.

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