Title page, Vol. 2.
a selection of above 100 figures and descriptions of medical plants, with their names, qualities, properties, history, &c.; and notes or remarks on nearly 500 equivalent substitutes.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Volume the second,
With 48 plates.
Medical Plants are compound Medicines prepared by the hands of Nature, &c.—Med. Princ. 31.
By C. S. Rafinesque, A. M., Ph.D.
Ex-Prof. of Botany, Natural History, &c. in Transylv. University of Lexington, the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, &:c.
Member of the Medical Societies of Cincinnati and Lexington—the Philos. Soc. and Lyceum of New York—the Acad. of Nat. Sc. of Philadelphia—the Amer. Antiq. Society—the Kentucky Institute—the Linnean Soc. of Paris—the Imp. Nat. Cur. Soc. of Bonn—the Imp. Economical Soc. of Vienna—the R. Italian Inst.—the R. Inst. of Nat. Sc. of Naples, &-c. &-c.
Published by Samuel C. Atkinson,
No. 112 Chesnut Street.
Medical Flora, or Manual of the Medical Botany of the United States of North America, Vol. 2, 1830, was written by C. S. Rafinesque.