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A Treatise on the Modes of Making and Dispensing Officinal, Unofficinal, and Extemporaneous Preparations, with Descriptions of
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PREFACE TO FIFTH EDITION.
The present edition of my Quiz-Compend is founded on the last revision of Remington's “ Pharmacy,” which, in turn, is founded on the revision of the Pharmacopoeia of 1890. Part Second has been entirely rewritten and reclassified, and much of it put into tabular form. Many of the tables are modifications of those furnished on the same subjects in Coblentz's
· Pharmacy.” However, several of them are original, and all are especially adapted for the use of the student. Part-Third has been thoroughly revised to correspond with the U. S. P., and the work of the entire Compend has been verified by Charles Milton Buchanan, M.D., Professor of Chemistry, . Toxicology, and Metallurgy, National University, Washington, D. C., thus making it one of the most correct publications of the kind ever issued. I have retained the tables for transposing the English and Metric Systems of Weights and Measures furnished by the United States Geodetic and Coast Survey, which the Department kindly permitted me to use in the last edition. These tables have been found of great practical value, and are very useful to students and for reference generally.
F. E. STEWART.