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Authority. (Berridge Collection in New Eng. Med. Gaz., vol. xi, p. 306), Mr. Pechett, Arch. der Pharm., 1851, p. 226, quoted in Pharm. Journ., 1852, vol. xi, p. 83, effects of the seeds.

Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Geoffroya

MER > appendix
1, Dr. Geo. N. Edwards, St. Bartholomew's Hosp. Resp., 1865, p. 141, a man (who sometimes had epileptic fits) was engaged in the preparation of Mercuric methide; 2, same, T. S., employed in same business.

Maland > skin
A few small pustules appeared on the left arm near the site of infantile vaccination, some days after a dose of Malandrinum 200 - Geo H Clark

Bell > appendix
(242 to 254, from Dr. Dufresne's collection, Bib. Hom., vol. i, 1833, p. 319.) 242, Wade, Lond. Med. Journ., 1827; 243, Ramve, Act. Reg. Soc. Med. Havn., vol. ii, p. 346 244, Jolly, Nouv. Bib. Med., 1828, effects of 44 grains of the extract; 245, Dufresne's observations; 246, Darlac, Journ. de Med. de Vandermond, 1759; 247, Smith, Journ. de Chim. Med., 1827, poisoning by the berries; 248, Munnicks, Bib. Ther., 1823, poisoning of seven children; 249, Strecker, Rust's Mag., vol. xxv, 1828, effects of a solution of the extract rubbed into the skin with oil, in a woman in labor; 250, Brandis, Archiv, vol. xxviii, p. 52; 251, Lemercier; 252, Hecker's Annals; 253, Kentel, Hufeland's Journ.; 254, Remer, ibid., vol. x; 255, (Nouv. Biblioth. Med.), Lancet, 1828-9 (1), p. 45, a man, aged forty-six, swallowed 44 grains of the powder; 256, Lancet, 1846 (2), p. 251, a man ate a tart made of the berries; 257, ibid., effect on a child; 258, Pharm. Journ., vol. vi, 1847, p. 174, a man, aged thirty-four years, and a child, aged three years, ate a pie made of the berries; 259, Dr. Lyman, Bost. Med. and Sur. Journ., vol. lv. 1856, p. 451, a woman aged twenty-nine, wore a Bell. plaster for several days; 260, Wm. Jenner, M.D., Med. Times and Gaz., 1856 (2), p. 513, a man applied a Bell. plaster to his back, which was covered with pustules; 261, James Seaton, Med. Times and Gaz., 1859 (2), p. 551, poisoning of ten persons by the berries; 262, Dr. Golding, Lancet, 1859 (2), p. 560, a boy, aged ten years, swallowed a mixture of extract with water; 263, ibid., a boy, aged ten years, took a teaspoonful of the undiluted tincture; 264, Dr. H. Thompson, Lancet, 1859 (2), p. 561, poisoning of a child, aged seven years, by the extract; 265, Geo. W. Quimby, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. lviii, 1857, p. 389, took nearly a teaspoonful of the pure extract in its pasty state, in two-thirds of a tumbler or water; 266, G. T. Evans, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1861, p. 305, a girl, aged nine years, ate four berries; 267, Dr. Frazer, Lancet, 1865 (2), p. 536, a girl, aged eighteen years, applied the extract to her breasts; 268, H. Taylor, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1869 (2), p. 555, a young man swallowed about a drachm of the extract dissolved in half a teacupful of warm water; 269, Dr. Beddoe, Lancet, 1870 (2), p. 83, a woman, aged sixty-six, swallowed about a teaspoonful of Bell, liniment; 270, Chas. W. Parsons, M.D., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. lxxxvi, 1872, p. 384, a boy aged four years, took within one hour and three-quarters, 6 grains of extract; 271, Sharps's Essays, 1874, p. 770; 272, Dr. s. Ringer, Lancet, 1876 (1), p. 347, a man, aged sixty-four years, drank about 2 drachms of liniment; 273, ibid., a girl, aged four years, drank over 1/2 an ounce; 274, Dr. A. Colton, U. S. Med. Invest., New Series, vol. iv, 1876, p. 314, poisoning of six children by the berries; 275, ibid., p. 315, a girl, aged two years, drank about one-fourth of a glass of water containing 4 drops of tincture; 276, John Meredith, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1876 (2), p. 678, a woman, aged fifty years, swallowed some liniment; 277, H. L. Horton. M.D., Phila. Med. and Surg. Rep., vol. xxxiv, 1876, p. 464, an infant swallowed 45 grains of extract; 278, H. F. Smith, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1877 (1), p. 259, a man, aged seventy, with commencing orchitis, applied a liniment on lint to the scrotum; 279, Dr. Thomas, Am. Journ. of Obs., 1877, p. 298, poisoning of a woman from the application of the extract to a rigid os; 280, Alfred Cooper, Brit. Med. Journ., 1877 (1), p. 164, poisoning of a man from the application of the extract to the scrotum; 281, J. D. Whitley, M.D., Chicago Med. Journ. and Exam., vol. xxxv, 1877, p. 271, a child, aged three years and a half swallowed a teaspoonful of extract; 282, J. N. Smith, M.D., Med. Rec., vol. xii, 1877, p. 397, for an attack of trifacial neuralgia, took 1/2 grain of alcoholic extract, thrice daily; 283, F. A. Burrall, M.D., Med. Rec., vol. xii, 1877, p. 431, Mrs. W., applied a Bell. plaster upon her right side; 284, John Dewar, Lancet, 1878 (1), p. 18, a woman inserted a pessary containing 2 grains of Bell. into her vagina; 285, E. L. Parks, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xcviii, 1878, p. 551, a man aged twenty-eight years, took 1 drachm of extract at 2 P.M., and 1 1/4 drachms at 4 P.M.

Camph > appendix
72, Wm. Alexander, M.D., Exper. Essays, London, 1770; 73, Jas. L. Brooks, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xix, 1838, p. 397, Miss B. took a dessertspoonful of a strong solution; 74, Mr. Clark, Lancet, 1842-3 (1), p. 300, a man, aet. thirty-nine years, ate about 35 grains of powdered C.; 75, Dr. O. E. Brown, West. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1847, Mr. A., ate bits of gum C. during an evening; 76, J. H. Beech, M.D., Penn. Journ. of Med., Feb., 1855, p. 367, a man, aet. fifty years, swallowed a quantity of nearly saturated alcoholic tinct.; 77, T. P. M., Lancet, 1857 (1), p. 384, a young lady, aet. eighteen years, swallowed a piece of the size of a marble; 78, A. Legat, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1875 (1), p. 242, a young lady, aet. twenty years, took a few drops of a solution; 79, Geo. Johnson, Brit. Med. Journ., 1875 (1), p. 272, a boy, aet. fourteen years, took about 15 drops of hom. C., for a cold; 80, ibid., p. 171, a lady, aet. thirty-five years, took 7 drops of hom. sol. of C. on sugar; 81, ibid., a young lady took 25 drops for a cold; 82, ibid., a man took eight doses of 3 drops each, within forty minutes; 83, W. Thursfield, M.D., Lancet, 1875 (2), p. 825, a child, just recovering from a fever, was given half an ounce of C. liniment; 84, New Remedies, 1876, p. 85, a lad, aet. thirteen years, ate two pieces of C. (about 120 grains); 85, omitted; 86, Geo. Johnson, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1877 (1), p. 607, a man, aet. eighteen years, took within six hours seven hours seven doses of three drops each, of hom. C. on sugar; 87, Chas. Hallet, Lancet, 1841-2 (2), p. 891, a woman, aet. thirty years, took about a scruple dissolved in rectified spirit of wine.

Carb-s > appendix
24 to 47, A. Delpech, Nouv. Recherches sur l'Intoxication Spéciale que détermine le Sulfure de Carbone l'Industrie du Caoutchouc Soufflé, Paris, 1863, twenty-four new cases among workers in rubber factories; 48, J. B. Tavera, Thèse de l'Intoxication par le Sulfure de Carbone, Paris, 1865, a woman worker in a rubber factory; 49, same, case of a man; 50 to 52, Gourdon, Thèse de l'Intoxication par le Sulfure de Carbone, Paris, 1867, effects on men; 53 to 55, Abel Marché, Thèse de l'Intoxication par le Sulfure de Carbone, Paris, 1876; (56 and 57, Berridge, Collection in Appendix in Brit. Journ. of Hom.); 56, Wutzer and Pellengham, Journ. de Chim. (Lancet, 1830-1 (2), 329), general effects; 57, Dr. Geo. Kennison, Med. Times and Gaz., 1868 (2), 77, effects of external application; 58, Dr. Davidson, ibid., 1878 (2), 350, W. G., aet. thirty-three years, took a quantity.

Chlol > appendix
1, Dr. W. Eggert, proving with 72 grains on a lady, Hahn. Month., 6, 22; 2, ibid., proving with 30 and 55 grains; 3, Dr. S. Swan, proving with repeated doses of the 200th dil., Med. Invest., 9, 547; 4, Dr. D. A. Babcock's provings, Inaug. Thesis, N. Y. Hom. Med. Coll., 1874, 6th dec. trit., frequently repeated doses; 5, ibid., proving with 15 grains crude drug; 6, ibid., proving with 1/10th, repeated doses; 7, ibid., proving with 2 grains crude; 8, ibid., proving on G. A. T.; 9, ibid., proving on P. H. M.; 10, ibid., proving on Mr. B.; 11, ibid., proving on Mr. B. with 6th dil.; 12, ibid., proving on Miss R. with 15th trit.; 13, J. B. Andrews, experiments, Am. J. of Insanity, July, 1871; 14, F. E. Anstie, cases of poisoning, Practitioner, 12, 104; 15, Crichton Browne, effects on patients, Practitioner, June, 1873; 16, Dyce Brown, action on skin of 5 grains, thrice daily, in hooping-cough, Month. Hom. Rev., 15, 347; 17, ibid., effects of 10 grains, thrice daily, in a young lady; 18, E. T. Blake, effects of ordinary doses, B. J. of Hom., 1871; 19, Dr. Cairns, proving, 1 drachm (first night), 2 drachms (second night), 3 drachms (third night), Ed. Med. Jour., 1870, p. 375; 20, Dr. Curshman, effect on larynx in a patient, Practitioner, June, 1873, p. 364; 21, H. Derby, experience, with doses of 30 to 75 grains, in eye and ear infirmary, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., Dec. 1869; 22, Geo. Dabbs, effect of 20 grains, taken twice in half an hour, Med. Times and Gaz., 1870, p. 435; 23, Drasche, effects on a man with fracture of lower leg, Monograph on Chloral, 1869 (A. H. Z., M. B., 21, 15); 24, ibid., effects of half a drachm; 25, ibid., effect of 40 grains; 26, ibid., effect of 45 grains; 27, effect of 2 scruples in a student, ibid.; 28, G. S. Elliott, effect of 40-grain doses on self, taken experimentally, Lancet, 1870, p. 786; 29, G. T. Elliott, chronic effects of at least 200 grains every twenty-four hours for months, Lancet, May, 1873; 30, A. Fraser, effect on conjunctiva of 30 grains daily, Month. H. Rev., 15, 347; 31, Husband, effect on skin of 20-grain doses daily for eight days, and then 30-grain doses twice daily for 5 days, Practitioner, June, 1873; 32, Kirn, effect in patients, Practitioner, June, 1873; 33, Levinstein, poisoning by 4 drachms (Wien Med. Clin.), N. Y. J. of H., 2, 344; 34, H. J. Manning, effects on a monomaniac, Lancet, May, 1873; 35, R. J. McKay, tox. by 5 drachms in four hours, N. Y. Med. Rec., 1870, p. 284; 36, Wm. K. Murphy, chronic effects on female with affection fo bladder (20 grains at night, and finally 150 grains a day for six months), Lancet, August, 1873; 37, ibid., effects on sleepless female of 40 grains at bedtime, increasing by 20 grains to 120 grains in twelve hours for four months; 38, ibid., on sleepless female, 60 to 70 grains a day for two years; 39, ibid., on sleepless young man, taken from a bottle "by guess" for eighteen months; 40, Nicol and Mossop, observation with the ophthalmoscope on selves, after 10 grains to a drachm, Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., July, 1872; 41, J. Fred. Plumley, general effects, Lancet, Feb. 1870; 42, Thos. S. Ralph, microscopic appearance of blood after small doses, Month. Mic. Journ., 6, 78; 43, J. V. Laborde, Archiv., Gén. d. Méd., Dec. 1869, effects on healthy men of progressive doses of 1 to 2 grammes daily; 44, J. Russell Reynolds, tox. from 10 grains, increased to 50 or 60, N. Am. J. of H., N. S., 5, 115; 45, O. H. Leeds, tox. from doses of 20 grains, Am. J. M. S., Jan. 1872; 46, N. R. Smith. Bost. M. and S. J., 1871 (affection of skin); 47, Dr. Snell, tox. from solution of 1 ounce, Phila. Med. Times, 5, 812; 48, J. H. Sherman, effects of half an ounce, N. E. Med. Gaz., Sept. 1874; 49, Schule, general statement of effects on patients, Practitioner, June, 1873; 50, J. K. Warren, fatal poisoning by greater part of one ounce, N. E. Med. Gaz., 6, 120; 51, effects of 9 grains, N. Y. Med. J., 16, 332; 52, effects of 7 1/2 grains on a woman, aged 68, suffering from goitre and tumultuous action of heart; 53, experiment with 2 scruples, A. Hom. Obs., 1870, p. 293; 54, effect of 7 drachms, Am. H. Obs., 1870, p. 472; 55, effect of 15 grains, N. Am. J. of Hom., N. S., 5, 115; 56, J. R. Reading, effects on a healthy man, N. Am. J., N. S., 5, 114; 57, effects, N. Am. J. Hom., N. S., 5, 114; 58, Dr. Oehme, effects of 5 grains for toothache, El. Crit. Med., 1874 (Raue, Rec., 1875).

Con > appendix
65, Geo. G. Sigmond, M.D., Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 647, Bergius speaks of some children who ate the root; 66, ibid., effects on a man; 67, Dr. Bouchardat, Répertoire de Pharm., August, 1850 (Chemist, London, 1850-51, p. 141), a young woman swallowed a strong dose of the juice; 68, X. Landerer, Pharm. Journ., Third Ser., vol. vi, 1875, p. 496, effect of chewing a small piece of the root; 69, E. W. Berridge. U. S. Med. Invest., New Ser., vol. iv, 1876, p. 574, Mr. --- took 10 drops of tinct. in water (first day); 20 drops (third day).

Gels > fever and chill
35, W. F. Hani, Chicago Med. Journ., vol. xxv, 1868, p. 760, fatal poisoning of a child, aet. eighteen months, by an unknown quantity of the fluid extract; 36, A. E. Hardin, Rich. and Louis. Med. Journ., June, 1873, p. 621, Dr. J. took about a tablespoonful of the tincture; 37, Dr. Freeman, Lancet, 1873 (2), p. 475, a boy, aet. three years, took about 50 minims of the tincture (1 in 5), and died; 38, same, a girl, aet. nine years, took a dessertspoonful of the tincture, and died in two hours; 39, omitted; 40, R. N. Taylor, M.D., Rich. and Louis. Med. Journ., 1875 (1), p. 609, a negro, aet. nineteen years took 15 drops of fluid extract at one dose upon an empty stomach; 41, same, the writer took 5 drops of the fluid extract, and in two hours 10 drops more; 41a, second experiment; 42, same, a boy, aet. nineteen years, took 12 drops of the fluid extract; 43, Ringer and Murrell, Lancet, 1876 (1), p. 661, and (2), p. 569, seventeen observations on six persons; 44, Geo. S. Courtright, M.D., Cincin. Lancet and Obs., vol. xix, 1876, p. 961, Dr. Bennett, suffering from urticaria, took by mistake 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls of the tincture, and a little wiskey, cured by Morphia used hypodermically; 45, Dr. Brewster, Hahn. Month., vol. xi, 1876, Mrs. V. took before breakfast a teaspoonful of a strong decoction of the root; 46, W. Sinkler, M.D., Philad. Med. Times, vol. viii, 1878, p. 150, Mrs. T., aet. forty-nine years, took for neuralgia four doses of 5 drops each of the fluid extract; 47, Ringer and Murrell, Lancet, 1878 (1), p. 858, Dr. J. B. Hill relates the case of five men taking from half a pint to a pint of the tincture each; 48, same, ibid., p. 892, a woman, aet. from twenty-five to thirty years, took 15 drops of the tincture; 49, J. G. Parsons, ibid., p. 953, G. G. P. swallowed about one drachm.

Kali-cy > appendix
24, E. Sandwell, Lancet, 1864 (2), p. 648, a child swallowed a drachm, dissolved in water, after a full meal; 25, Wm. Gillibrand, Lancet, 1876 (2), p. 223, a man, aet. thirty-five years, took between 50 and 60 grains; 26, A. H. Newth, M.D., Med. Times and Gaz., 1877 (1), p. 335, poisoning of a man; 27, Geo. F. Sonwers, M.D., Phil. Med. Times, vol. viii, 1877-8, p. 345, a photographer worked some days with it, both in substance and solution.

Lup > appendix
, Dr. Bethmann, A. H. Z., 10, 72, proving in a girl aged twenty-three, took tinct. 8 drops first day, 30 drops third and fifth days; 2, same, a girl, aged twenty-one, took 45 drops, and subsequently 100 drops; 3, same, a boy, aged five, took 25 drops of tinct.; 4, same, a man, aged thirty-four, took 1 drops of 2d dil.; 5, same, a man, took a teaspoonful of tinct.; 6, same, a man, took two teaspoonfuls; 7, Dr. Walter Jauncey, Lond. Med. Journ., 1858, p. 699, effects of large dose of "Lupuline;" 8, same, took repeated doses of Lupuline for six hours, 10 grains every half hour; 9, same, inclosed myself in a room where Lupuline was being distilled in an open retort; 10, same, effects in a man employed bagging or treading dried hops; 11, Bauman, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1864 (S. J., 123, 165), poisoning of a child, aged twelve, from being several days in a room where they were picking hops; 12, Fronmüller, experiments on healthy persons, "Narkot. Arzneim.," 1869, Geo. D., took 1/2 an ounce of freshly powdered hops; 13, same, Geo. X., took 1/2 an ounce; 14, Schroff, "Lehrb.," effects of the air in a close room in which hops were stored.

Morph > appendix
(Nos. 1 to 99, from Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 1, 278, with critical annotations in brackets, by Dr. Hughes.) 1, Hahnemann; 2, Cubitz; 3, Gutmann; 4, Schoenike; 5, Stapf; 6, Act. Nat. Cur., IV, Obs. 145 (observation by Hasenest); 7, Eph. (not Act.) Nat. Cur., cent. I, Obs. 54 (from a large dose of "Theriaca," given to a child of six weeks, observation by Hoyer); 8, AEpli, Hufel. Journ., XXV, 3 (from mixture of opium and rhubarb, given to a baby for colic); 9, Alibert (not accessible); 10, Alpin, Med. AEgypt., IV, Cap. 1 (general statement as to Egyptian opium-eaters); 11, Alston (Essays and Obervations, Edinb., V, 93, observations); 12, Baglivi, Prax. Med., Lib. I, p. 65, from too many and too large doses (statement); 13, Bard, Diss. de vir. Op., Edinb., 1765 (p. 15, experiment on self with 1 1/2-grain doses); 14, Bauer, in Act. Nat. Cur., II (Obs. 93, observation); 15, Bautzmann, Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec., II, Ann. 8 (Obs. 44, observation); 16, Bellonius, Libr. 3, Obs. Cap., 15 (p. 431, from opium-eating); 17, Berger, de vi opii rare facient (general statement from authors); 18, Bergius, Mat. Med. (p. 458, general statement from authors); 18a, Boerhaave, praelect. (general statement); 19, Bohn, de officio med., p. 362 (symptoms not found); 20, Bonetus, Sepulcret. Anatom. lib. I, sect. 1, p. 214 (symptoms not found); 21, Borellus, Cen. 4, Obs. 57 (observation); 22, Büchner, diss. de Opio. Hal., 1748, § 45 (not accessible); 23, Büttner, Unterr. Ueber. d. Toedtlichk. d. Wunden (p. 204, observation); 24, Charas, Pharm. Reg. Chym., C. 51 (symptoms not found); 25, Chardin, Voyage en Perse, Amst., 1771, Tom. IV, p. 203, 204 (statements as to opium-eaters); 26, Charvet (Act. de l'Opium, Paris, 1826, experiments with various doses); 27, Clerk (In. Essays and Obs., Edinb., III, 121, poisoning of a man by 20 grains); 28, Clauder, Eph. Nat. Cur., Dec. II, Ann. 5, Obs. 178 (experiment with an extract prepared with sulphuric acid); 29, Cocq, in Stalpaart v. d. Wiel, Observ., cent. II, Obs. 41 (symptom not found); 30, Crumpe, Nature and Properties of Opium, 1793, effects of 1 grain of opium, taken in a teaspoonful of warm water, pulse 70, normal; 30a, from same, a healthy man took same dose, pulse 44, normal; 30b, Crumpe, took 2 1/2 grains of Opium, pulse 70; 31, Delacroix, Journ. de Méd., XXXIX, 1773, p. 313, from 2 grains, in a clyster, taken by a woman; 32, Eph. Nat. Cur., Dec. II, Ann. 10, Obs. 80 (should be Misc. Nat. Cur., statement); 33, Ettmüller, Diss. de vir. Opii Diaphor., Lips., 1694, Cap. I, § 5 (general statement); 34, Freind, Opera, Tom. I, Emmenol, p. 139 (general statement); 35, Garcias ab Horto, Hist. Aromat., I, Cap. 4 (observation); 36, de Garter, Med. Dogm., Cap. I (not accessible); 37, Geoffroy, Mat. Med., II (general statement); 38, Grimm, Act. Nat. Cur., III, Obs. 19 (experiments on self, with grain i-iij); 39, Guiand (not accessible); 40, Haller, Praelect. in Boerh. Inst., IV, p. 519 (general statement); 40a, Haller, de Part. Corp. Viritab. et Sensib., Sect. 2 (not found); 41, Hamberger, Diss. de Opio, Jen., 1749, § 16 (a general statement, cited from Geoffroy); 42, Hargens, Hufel. Journ., IX, 2 (observation on a patient); 43, Hecquet, Réflexions sur l'usage de l'Opium, Paris, 1726, p. 184 (not accessible); 44, omitted; 45, de Hellwich, Bresl. Samml., 1702 (not accessible); 46, Hist. de l'Acad. des Sc., 1735 (not accessible); 47, Hoffmann, Diss. de op. Opeii, Hal., 1700 (general statement); 47a, ibid., Diss. de Corr. Opii, Hal., 1702 (not accessible); 47b, ibid., Med. Rat. Syst., II (p. 273, general statement); 48, Hufel. Journ., VIII, 4, p. 134 (not found); 49, Hunter, uber d. vener. Krankh., p. 640 (observations on patients); 50, Joerdens, Hufel. Journ., XVII, 1 (observation on self when taking laudanum to procure sleep); 51, Jones, the Mysteries of Opium Revealed (observations); 52, Juncker and Böhmer, Diss. Sistens Casum. Matrone Largissimo usu Opii Tract., Hal., 1744 (not accessible); 53, Kämpfer, Amoen. exot. Fasc., III, Obs. 15 (observation on self in health); 54, Kilian, Med. Annal., 1800 (not accessible); 55, Knebel, Hufel. Journ., XXVI, 2 (p. 148, observation on a child with hooping-cough); 56, Lassus, Mem. de l'Inst. National des Sc. et Arts, Tom. II (from gr. 26, taken by a woman of sixty); 57, Leroux, Journ. de Méd. (from nearly a drachm, in a woman of fifty-one); 58, Levesque-blasource, Journ. de Méd., 1808 (vol. 16, pt. 1, p. 21-24, from large doses in a man); 59, Lindestolpe, de Venen., p. 591 (general statement); 60, Journ. Encyclop., I, pt. 2, p. 72, also Recueil period, p. 74 (observations and statements); 61, Martin, Vetensk. Acad. Handling, 1773, P. II, Nr. 7 (observation); 62, Matthai, Hufel. Journ., XI, 2 (observations on patients); 63, Manchart, Eph. Nat. Cur., cent. I, Obs. 15 (from a grain of crude O. taken by self)64, Mead, de Venen., in Op. D., II, p. 190, edit. Götting. (general statements); 65, Monno, Essays Phys. and Lit, vol. III (Art. 13, experiments on frogs); 66, Müller, Hufel. Journ., XVIII (p. 55, from a mixture of tinct. Thebaica and Hoffmann's anodyne, given for a nervous affection); 67, Murray, App. Med. II, p. 282 (general statement); 68, Muzell, Wahrn., II, p. 131 (from a mixture of Opium and Spr. Cornu cervi); 69, d'Outrepont (from a large dose taken by a woman eight months pregnant); 70, Ouwens, Noctes Hayanae Vorr., p. 14 (from laudanum taken for spasms of legs); 71, Pitcairne, Diss. de Circul. in Animal., etc., also Element. Med. (observations); 72, Plater, Obs., Lib. I, p. 127 (not found); 73, Pyl, Aufsätze, Samml., I, p. 95 (from a large dose of the extract, in a man of fifty or sixty); 74, Rademacher, Hufel. Journ., IV, 3, p. 587 (from tinct. Thebaica given in dysentery); 75, Reineggs, in Blumenbach's Med. Bibl., I (an account of the effects of Opium-eating); 76, Renodaeus, Mat. Med., Lib., I, sect. 13, Cap. 2 (statement); 77, Riedlin, lin. Med. Ann., IV, Decemb. Ob., 16 (observation); 78, de Ruef, App. ad Nova Acta Nat., Cur., V, p. 63 (general statement); 79, Saar, Reise n. d. Orient (statement as to use of O. by Chinese); 80, Sachs v. Lewenheim, Misc. Nat. Cur., Ann. 2, Obs. 69 (general statement); 81, Sauvages, Nosol. method, I, p. 847 (a drachm and a half of laudanum drunk by a boy of fifteen); 82, Schelhammer, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. II, Ann. V, Obs. 12 (from pills of styrax and Opium); 83, Schweickert, Hufel. Journ., VIII, 3 (not found); 84, Stalpaart, v. de. Wiel, cent. II, Obs. 42 (from half a drachm of solid Opium); 85, Stentzelius, de Venen., I, § 46 (not accessible); 86, Stütz, Hufel. Journ. (X, 4, 35-7, from Opium given in a convulsive attack); 87, Van Swieten, Comment., I, p. 878 (general statements); 88, Thomassen a Thuessink, Diss. de Op., use in syphilitide, L. B., 1785 (not accessible); 89, Thompson, Diss. de Opio, p. 121 (observations and statements); 90, Tralles, de usu et abusu Opii (observations and statements); 91, Vermendois (not accessible); 92, Vicat, Plant. Vénén. de la Suisse, p. 226 (from overdose of laudanum mixed with amber and nitre. N.B. All the symptoms referred to Vicat belong to this case, which is in the work mentioned); 93, Waldschmid, Monita Med. Circa Opium, Marburg, 1679 (not accessible); 94, Ward, Neues Journ. d. Ausländ. Med.-Chir. Lit., IV, 1 (from external applications); 95, Wedel, Opiologia, p. 165 (not accessible); 96, Wepfer, de Apoplexia, p. 24 (not accessible); 97, Whytt (Essays, Phys. and Lit., II, 308, experiments on frogs), omitted, T. F. A.; 98, Willis, Pharm. Rat., p. 305 (observations and statements); 99, Young, treatise on Opium (observations and statements), (100 to 109, Jörg's provings from Materialien, 1825, all provings with Opium combined with Magnesia, omitted); 100, Guntz, took 1 drop of tincture, afterwards 2, 4, 6 and 9 drops, and subsequently repeated doses of 2 to 18 drops; 100a, same, took doses of 1/2 to 1 grain of crude Opium; 101, Kneschke, provings with tincture, doses of 1 to 9 drops; 102, Lippert, provings with tincture, 1 to 36 drops; 103, Otto, tincture, 2 to 4 drops; 104, Pienitz, tincture, 1 to 6-drop doses; 105, Siebenhaar, tincture, 1 to 12-drop doses; 106, Jörg, took tincture, 1 to 3-drop doses; 107, Edwd. Jörg, tincture, 1 to 2-drop doses; 108, Theo. Jörg, tincture, 1/2 to 2-drop doses; 109, Mrs. Ch., tincture, 1/2 to 2-drop doses; (Nos. 110 to 120, Austrian provings, Zeit. des. Ver. Hom. AErzt. Aust., 1862); 110, Dr. Alb, effects of tincture, 5 drops, one dose; 110a, same, subsequent proving, 25 drops of tincture; 111, Dr. Bresslauer, provings with 30th and 12th dils., doses in the morning; 112, Duditsch, proving with 30th and 12th dil.; 113, Eidherr, provings with 1st dil., 4 to 24-drop doses; 113a, same, tincture, 5 to 20-drop doses; 114, Dr. Freud, tincture, 6-drop doses; 115, Jenitschek, 1st dil., 3 to 15-drop doses; 115a, same, tincture, 30-drop doses; 116, Wm. Jenitschek, aged nine and a half years, 1st dil., 3 to 20-drop doses; 116a, same, tincture, 2 to 20-drop doses; 117, Dr. Schauer, tincture, 20 drops; 118, Stern, tincture, 5 to 20-drop doses; 119, Szontagh, tincture, 5 to 40-drop doses; 119a, same, 1st trit., 12 to 12-grain doses; 120, Tedesco, 6th dil., three times a day; 120a, same, 1st dil., 5 to 25-drop doses; 120b, same, tincture, daily doses of 5 to 30 drops; 121, Smith, Med. Museum, 1763, a man in the habit of taking 3 drachms of O. daily, took 1 1/2 drachms morning and noon, also statement of general effect in same man; 122, Kennedy, Edinb. Med. and Surg. J., 1794, effects of 155 grains, in a man; 123, Pfundel, from Schlegel Materialien, 1800 (Frank's Mag., 3, 600, a man took 12 to 15 grains in beer); 124, Lassus, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1801, p. 491, effects of 36 grains of O. in a woman of fifty-six, death after eleven hours; 125, Schlegel, Materialien, 1801 (Frank's Mag., 3, 600), a physician took 1/2 an ounce in beer; 126, same, another man took 1 1/2 drachms in beer; 127, McKechnie, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1811, p. 305, effects of an ounce of laudanum, in a woman aged twenty-eight; 128, Vincent, Thesis, 1816 (Wibmer), effects of a large dose; 129, Ward, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1802, p. 130, effects of inunction (in right leg and foot) of 2 drachms of tincture of Opium with olive oil; 129a, same, repeated two days later in left leg; 130, Weber, Med. and Phys. J., 1803, p. 435, effects of single doses large enough to produce effects; 131, same, effects of 2 grains, in a young lady; 132, same, effects of 4-grain doses, in eight healthy men; 133, same, effects of 3-grain doses, in three men; 134, same, effects of 4 grains, given the next morning to two of the preceding cases; 135, Shephard, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1808, 1, p. 497, effects of 2 1/2 drachms of O.; 136, Kinnis, Edinb. Med. and Surg. J., 1818, effects of 1 1/2 ounce of laudanum, in a man; 137, Percival, Dubl. Hosp. Rep., 1818, 226, effects of 2 ounces ofcamphorated tincture of O., in a delicate old lady, antidoted by green tea; 138, Lond. Med. Repos., 1818, vol. 9, p. 525, effects of 3 ounces of tincture; 139, Polinieri, Bibl. Med., 1820 (Wibmer), effects of 2 grains, in a glass of wine; 140, Desruelles, Journ. Univers., 1820 (Frank's Mag., 4, 660), effects of 2 drachms; 141, Leigh, Med.-Chir. Rev., vol. 2, 1821, p. 888, effects of 30 and afterwards 90 drops of laudanum; 142, Richardson, Edin. Med. and Surg. J., 1821, p. 226, effects of 3 drachms, in a woman seven weeks after confinement; 143, Howison, Edin. M. and S. J., 1822, p. 49, effect of about 2 ounces of laudanum, in a girl aged eighteen; 144, same, effects of 1-2 ounces laudanum, in a girl aged seventeen; 145, Ross, Edin. M. and S. J., 1823, p. 247, effects of 2 ounces in laudanum in two doses, in a man; 146, Bost. Med. Intell., 1824, 1, 203, effects of about an ounce of tincture of Op., in a man; 147, same, vol. 2, p. 135, effects of an ounce in coffee, in a woman; 148, same, vol. 3, p. 132, 1825, effects of four teaspoonfuls of laudanum in a child of three years; 149, Gottel, Rust's Mag., 1825 (Frank's Mag., 1, 597), effects of fresh juice of a poppyhead, in a child four weeks old; 150, Olivier, Archiv. gén. de Méd., 1825 (Frank's Mag., 3, 299), effects of 1 1/2 ounce of laudanum, in a man; 151, Suchet, from Alibert, Eléments de Thérap. (Wibmer), effects of a teaspoonful of laudanum, in a child seventeen months old; 152, Kopp (Wibmer), effects of two poppyheads in milk, in a child aged six months; 153, Williams, Lancet, 1828, 2, 764, effects of a large dose, in a woman aged forty; 154, Lancet, 1828, 2, 254, effects of 2 ounces of laudanum, in a man; 155, Bally, Mem. Roy. Acad. of Med., 1828 (Frank's Mag., 4), effects of 20 grains, in a man; 156, Bardsley, Edin. M. and S. J., 1828, vol. 30, p. 306, effect of a large dose, in a man; 157, Edin. Med. and S. J., 1828, vol. 29, p. 450, from J. de Chim. Méd., effects of application of a poultice containing about an ounce of laudanum to an erysipelas; 158, Wibmer, experiments on self, took 1/4 grain first day, 1 grain second day, 2 grains third day; 159, Purkinje (Wibmer), took 5 grains; 160, Madden, Travels in Turkey (from Bost. M. and S. J., 1829, 2, 503), experiments on self; 161, Root, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1830, vol. 5, p. 703, effects of a large quantity, in an intemperate man; 162, Mart, Lancet, 1831, 1, 710, effects of habitual used of Opium, 1/2 drachm daily for fifteen years, in a woman; 163, same, habitual use in another woman; 164, same, habitual used in a man, aged sixty, who had use it thirty-five years; 165, same, habitual use in a man of forty, had taken 1 1/2 ounce of laudanum daily for ten years; 166, same, habitual use, in a woman aged fifty-five, who took 20 grainsdaily for fifteen years; she died of tuberculosis pulm.; 167, Werner, Rust's Mag., 1832 (Frank's Mag., 1, 597), effects of the juice of a poppyhead, in a girl aged seven; 168, Lancet, 1832, 1, 639, effects of 12 drops of laudanum with marshmallow, introduced into rectum after cauterization; 169, Strohl, Hufel. J., 1833 (Wibmer), effects of poppyheads, in a boy; 170, Oppenheim, Hamb., 1833 (Wibmer), effects of sleeping near a field of poppies in blossom; 171, same, took 7 grains of O. as an experiment; 172, Lancet, 5, 218, effects of an ounce of laudanum, in a woman of twenty-two; 173, Lancet, 6, 124, effects of 2 ounces of tincture, in a woman; 174, omitted; 175, Lancet, 10, p. 732, effects of six drachms of laudanum, in a young woman; 176, Lancet, 1833, 1, 268, effects of about an ounce of laudanum, in a man; 177, Thomson, Bost. Med. and S. J., 1835, p. 133, habitual use of laudanum, in a woman; 178, Montault, Journ. Univers., 1836, effects of about 5 drachms of laudanum in a woman (Frank's Mag., 4, 660); 179, Yound, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1834, vol. 14, p. 655, effects of about an ounce of laudanum, in a pregnant woman; 180, Christison, Lancet, 1836, 1, 631, effects of about 2 or 3 drops of laudanum, in an infant three days old; death in twenty-four hours; 181, Lancet, 1836, 1, 271, effects of about 2 ounces of laudanum, in a man; death after nine hours; 182, Bost. Med. and S. J., 1834, p. 284, effects of about an ounce of Opium, in a man; 183, Kiles, Lancet, 1837, 1, 304, 4 drops of laudanum, in a child nine months old; death in nine hours; 184, Bullock, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1837, p. 264, 1 ounce of laudanum, in a girl aged twenty-one; 185, same, same dose in another girl; 186, Sigmund, Bost. M. and S. J., 1837, p. 101, effects of habitual use among the Turks; 187, same, effects of 4 grains, in divided doses; 188, Smith, Am. J. M. Sc., 1837, p. 450 (Med.-Chir. Trans., vol. 20), effects in a woman; 189, Koch, Rust's Mag., 1837, 15 drops of laudanum Sydenhami, in a child aged four weeks; 190, same, effects of a poppyhead in milk, in a child with hiccough; 191, Lancet, 1838, 1, 389, 20 drops of laudanum daily for six days; no effects till after last dose, in a woman accustomed to take it for uterine pain; 192, Bost. M. and S. J., 1838, p. 128, general effects of opium-eating; 193, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1838 (J. de Chim. Méd.), effects of application of a cerate containing 15 drops of laudanum to an excoriation in a fold of skin; 194, Hubbard, Bost. M. and S. J., 1838, p. 31, effects of a drachm of tincture, in a child six months old; 195, Strecker, A. H. Z., 12, 134, proving, dose of 1 grain; 196, Semple, Lancet, 1840, 2, 186, effects of 1 1/2 ounce, in a girl aged nineteen; 197, Harrison, Lancet, 1840, effects of about six dessertspoonfuls, in a woman aged thirty-two; 198, Boisragon, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1840, vol. 25, p. 878, effects of a teaspoonful of laudanum, in a child under two years; 199, Vanderkeere, 2 drachms of laudanum, in a child aged thirteen months; 200, Williams, Lancet, 1840, 2, 661, effects of 1 1/2 ounce of tincture, in a woman; 201, Erichsen, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1840, vol. 28, p. 390, effects of 1 ounce, in a girl aged twenty-two; 202, Shipman, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1840, vol. 26, p. 508, effects of a wineglassful of laudanum, in a woman eighty years old, recovery; 203, Hygeia, 13, 393, effects of injection of 20 drops of tincture, for spasms of uterus; 204, Pupke, Med. Zeit. Ver. Preus., 1841, effects of a poppyhead, in a child aged four; 205, Choune, Lancet, 1841, 2, p. 705, effects or more than an ounce, in a man who had been drinking; 206, Hill, Lancet, 1841, 1, 820, effects of smoking O., in a Chinaman; 207, Hensley, Lancet, 1841, 1, 88, effects of 1/2 ounce, repeated after a quarter of an hour; 208, Cowper, Lond. and Ed. Month. J., 1841, 1, 71, a person took 2 1/2 ounces of liq. op. sedativ. (death after an hour and twenty minutes); 209, Buck, Bost. M. and S. J., 24, p. 126, a woman, aged twenty-two, took 1 ounce; 210, omitted; 211, Morris, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1842, p. 148, effects of some laudanum with castor oil, in a child four months old; 212, G. H. Smith, Lancet, 1842, p. 707, opium-smoking among Chinese; 213, Walth, A. H. Z., 22, 160, experiments, first took 1/2 a grain after each meal, then 1 grain, and afterwards 2 and 4 grains; 214, Everest, Lancet, 1842, p. 758, effects of 12 minims of tincture of Op., in a child two days old, death after fourteen hours; 215, McCune Smith, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1843, 1, 878, effects of habitual use of laudanum, in a woman aged twenty-four; 216, same, habitual, use, in a man; 217, same, habitual use; 218, same, habitual use; 219, Russell, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1843, 1, 924, 12 drops of laudanum, in a child two months old; 220, Pharm. J., 1843, vol. 3, p. 261, effects of laudanum, in two children; 221, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1844, 2, 32, effects of 1 1/4 grain of opium, divided into five doses, in a girl aged five and a half, death thirty-seven hours after first dose; 222, Gaz. des Höp., 1845, (Écho de la Frontière), effects of unripe poppyheads, in three children; 223, Sharkey, Ranking's Abst., 1846, effect of two pills, each containing 1 1/4 grain of ext. Op., in a man; 224, James, Lancet, 1847, 1, 639, effects of an ounce of laudanum, in a woman; 225, Barry, Ranking's Abst., 1847, 25 minims of laudanum, in a child aged nine months; 226, Lancet, 1848, 2, 696, 2 ounces of laudanum, in a woman; 227, Iliff, Lancet, 1849, 2, 874, an indefinite amount of laudanum, in a boy aged seventeen; 228, same, an indefinite amount, in a woman; 229, Wooten, Bost. M. and S. J., 1849, p. 133 (from Southern Med. and S. J.), effects of 1 drop of laudanum, in a child five days old; 230, Stevens, Bost. M. and S. J., 1849, p. 120, effects of repeated use of laudanum when children (now aged twenty-three, twenty, and eighteen); 231, "Confessions of an English Opium-eater," Prov. M. and S. J., 1848; 232, Little, Month. J. of Med. Sc., 1850, p. 524, general effects of Opium-smoking; 233, Wright, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1851, p. 540, effects of about 10 grains on self; 234, Boecker, from Bernardi and Loeffler, 1851 (Frank's Mag., 4), experiments, effects of increasing doses, in a healthy man; 235, same, a man aged forty-seven took 3 grams twice first day, 4 grams twice second day, 5 grams three times third day, same twice fourth day, 5 grams thrice and 6 grams once fifth day, 5 grams thrice sixth day, 6 grams thrice seventh day, 6 grams four times eighth day, 8 grams four times ninth day, 8 grams four times and 9 grams once tenth day; 235a, same, subsequent proving, took 6 grams; 236, Herpath, Lancet, 1852, 1, 303, a teaspoonful of laudanum, in an infant nine days old; 237, Deguise, Month. J. of Med. Sc., 1852, 14, p. 88, effects of 200 minims of laudanum in a clyster; 238, Woodson, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1852, p. 573, effects of "Bateman's drops" (Opium and Camphd. tinct. op.), in a child five days old; 239, Kirk, Lancet, 1853, 1, 80, effects of a few drops of laudanum, in a child; 240, Smith, Lancet, 1854, 1, 419, effect of 1/20th grain Op., in a child five days old; 241, Anderson, Month. J. Med. Sc., 1854, p. 377, 2 drachms laudanum, three drachms more after one hour and a half, in a woman; 242, Bullock, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1854, p. 575, about 2 ounces of laudanum, in an intemperate man; 243, Hodges, Bost. M. and S. J., 1856, p. 23, 1 ounce of laudanum in a girl of fifteen years; 244, Blanc, Rev. de Thér. Méd.-Chir., 1857 (S. J., 97-37), effects of three injections of Sydenham's laudanum; 245, Gibbs, Lancet, 1857, 2, 80, effect of 1 1/2 ounce of laudanum in a man aged seventy-two; 246, Corbett, Lancet, 1857, 2, 220, 30 minims of tincture, in a child one day old; 247, Channing, Bost. M. and S. J., 1857, vol. 56, p. 449, from three to six teaspoonfuls of laudanum, in a man; 248, Bost. M. and S. J., vol. 56, p. 526, 1857, effects of drinking some laudanum, in a child aged six; 249, Wood, Bost. M. and S. J., 1857, vol. 57, p. 78, effects of a few drops of "paregoric" (probably laudanum), in a child aged nine months; 250, Chamberlin, Bost. M. and S. J., 1857, vol. 57, p. 357, about 1 1/2 grain of Op., in a child six days old; 251, Pharm. Journ., 1857, vol. 16, p. 195, effects of laudanum, in a woman aged twenty-four; 252, O'Rorke, Gaz. des Hôp., 1858, a spoonful of Sydenham's laudanum, in a child seven months old; 253, Schützenberger, Gaz. des Strasburg, 1858, 40 grams of laudanum, in a woman; 254, Murray, Edinb. Med. J., 1858, 72 drops of [left], in a child one year old; 255, same, 1 drachm of solution of muriate of Morph., in a child seventeen months old; 256, Mushet, Med. Times and Gaz., 1858, p. 292, Opium, in a child of three months; 257, Gallagher, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1858, p. 559, 2 ounces of tincture, in a woman; 258, Jackson, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1859, p. 75, a tablespoonful of laudanum, in a youth of nineteen; 259, Lister, Br. Med. J., 1859, p. 692, 2 drachms of laudanum, in a woman of thirty; 260, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1859, p. 281, repeated effects of Op. in slight uterine inflammation; 261, Crook, Br. Med. J., 1860, p. 341, 40 minims of [left], in a child twenty-two days old; 262, Pearson, Med. Times and Gaz., 1860, 2, p. 72, an indefinite amount of [left], in an infant eight weeks old; 263 and 264, Campbell, Bost. M. and S. J., 1860, p. 101, effects of 1 1/2 ounce of [left], in a man; 265, Andrews, Pharm. J., 1860, p. 387, fatal effect of a black draught containing liq. Op.; 266, Pharm. J., 1860, p. 287, effects of a piece of Op. as large as a pin's head, in a child five weeks old; 267, Duchek, Wien Med. Woch.-Bl, 1861 (S. J., 113, 165), a man took a large amount of tinct. Op.; 268, Beaupoil, J. de Chim. Méd., 1861 (S. J., 110, 294), three-fourths of a poppyhead, in a child; 269, Maschka, Prag. Vjs., 1861, effects of 1 ounce of tincture; 270, Duncan, Lancet, 1861, 1, 637, effects of 1 1/2 ounce of [left], in a woman; 271, Pharm. J., 1861, p. 46, effect of a lare dose, in a woman; 272, Murray, Braithwaite's Ret. of Med., 1862, 2, 266 (Austral. Med. J.), effects of 1 1/2 ounce of [left], in a man aged fifty; 273, Duncan, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1862, p. 272, 2 ounces of [left], in a woman; 274, Lee, Ranking's Abst., 1862, effects of Op., in a child two years old; 275, Ellis, Lancet, 1863, p. 126, 1/2 ounce, in a girl four and a half years old; 276, Pharm. J., 1863, p. 186, a teaspoonful of [left], in a child six years old; 277, same, p. 136, fatal dose of Op. in a man; 278, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1865, effects of 1 1/2 ounce of laudanum, in a girl aged eleven and a half; 279, omitted; 280, O'Sullivan, Dublin Quart. J. of Med. Sc., 1865, p. 221, effects of 1 scruple, in a child twelve weeks old; 281, Walley, Lancet, 1866, p. 35, habitual use of [left], for fourteen years; 282, Radcliffe, Lancet, 1868, p. 312, 3 drachms of [left], in a woman aged thirty nine; 283, same, two tablespoonfuls of [left], in a woman of sixty; 284, Finlay, Lancet, 1868, p. 664, effect of an indefinite amount of [left] (probably used as an enema for pain in abdomen); 285, Ogle, St. Geo. Hosp. Rep., 1868, p. 222, about 2 ounces of [left], in a man; 286, same, an indefinite amount, in a man; 287, same, in another man; 288, Young, Phil. M. and S. Rep., 1869, vol. 20, p. 157, about 2 ounces of tinct. Op., after a drunken spree; 289, Farnsworth, Phil. M. and S. Rep., 1869, p. 87, about 30 grains, in a man; 290, Hemecourt, West. Hom. Obs., 1869, p. 89, about 1/2 ounce of [left], in a girl; 291, Dobbie, Br. Med. J., 1870, p. 33, 2 ounces of [left], in an insane woman; 292, Olivier, Gaz. des Hôp., 1871, effects of 30 grams of the tincture, on account of erections after circumcision; 293, Spooner, Trans. Hom. Med. Soc. St. of N. Y., 1871, 2 ounces of [left] with 6 grains of Morphia, in milk; 294, Murdock, Med. Rec., 6, 343, effect of 1 1/2 ounce of [left], in a woman of thirty; 295, Johnson, Med. Times and Gaz., 1872, 2, 268, 4 drachms of ext. of Op., in a woman; 296, same, 3 drachms of extract, in a man; 297, same, 1 1/2 drachm of Op., in a man; 298, same, 3 drachms of extract, in a woman aged twenty-four; 299, same, 2 drachms of extract, in a man; 300, same, 2 drachms of extract, in a woman of twenty-nine; 301, same, 1 drachm of extract, in a man; 302, same, 4 drachms of extract, in a woman; 303, same, 2 drachms of extract, in a man; 304, same, 1 1/2 drachm of extract, in a woman of thirty-seven; 305, same, 3 drachms of extract, in a man; 306, same, Med. Times and Gaz., 1873, 10 drachms of extract, in a girl aged sixteen (death in nine hours); 307, same, 3 drachms of extract, in a man, death in seven hours and a half; 308, same, an unknown quantity, in a woman; 309, same, 2 drachms of extract, in a woman of thirty-six; 310, same, 1/2 ounce of extract, in a woman of twenty-seven; 311, Walker, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1872, p. 283, tincture of Op. (equal to 6 or 8 grains of pulv. Op.), in a girl of fifteen; 312, Chatarion, Gaz. des Hôp., 1873, effects of 20 grains of Sydenham's laudanum; 313, Pharm. J., 1873, p. 138, effects of a large dose of laudanum, in one habituated to Opium; 314, Price, Hahn. Month., 1873, p. 474, effects of discontinuing the use of the "black drop." that had been used for pain in an ulcer; 315, Stockman, 3 ounces of laudanum, in a man, vomited and recovered, but next day took 2 1/2 ounces, Phil. M. and S. J., 31, 164; 316, Hartley, Lancet, 1873, p. 684, 1/2 ounce of laudanum; 317, Parrish, Phil. M. and S. Rep., 1873, p. 343, effects of habitual use of Op., as suppository; 318, Pehell, Phil. Med. Times and Gaz., 1873, p. 134, effects of 1 1/2 fluid ounce of [left], in a young woman; 319, Hart, Am. Hom. Obs., 1873, p. 31, about an ounce of laudanum, in a child; 320, Sharp, Essays on Med., 1874, p. 724, experiments with 1st dil. and with tincture; 321, Heaton, Med. Times and Gaz., 1875, p. 413, large dose of laudanum, in a man; 322, Clark, Med. Times and Gaz., 1875, p. 185, a large dose of [left], in a man; 323, Pharm. J., 3d ser., vol. 5, p. 179, a large dose of laudanum; 324, Sharp, Essay on Med., No. 32, experiments a man took 1 drop of 1st cent. dil. of tinct. of Op., night and morning, for ten days; 325, same, subsequent proving, 5 drops, night and morning; 326, same, subsequent proving, pulse 72, took one dose of 10 drops of tincture; 327, same, subsequently, pulse 54, took 6 drops of tincture; 328, same, Dr. Sharp, took 1 drop of tincture; 329, same, a man, well, pulse 68, took 5 drops of tincture; 330, Cameron, Am. J. Hom. Mat. Med., 1876, p. 251, proving by inhaling Op., 60th dil.; 331, C. Wesselhoeft, N. A. J. of Hom., 1876, p. 17, habitual use of Op., in a man aged fifty; 332, Fitzsimmons, Toledo Med. and Surg. Journ., May, 1877, p. 134, effects of about 2 drachms of laudanum, in a child two years old; 333, Skae, Edin. M. and S. J., 1840, p. 151, effects of 2 drachms of laudanum, in a man; 334, Toogood, Prov. Med. and S. Journ., 1841, p. 129, effects of 10 drachms of laudanum, in a woman (recovery); 335, Ryan, Lancet, 1845, p. 476, effects of 1/2 drachm of laudanum, in a man; 336, omitted; 337, Lyman, Am. J. of Med. Sc., 1854, p. 383, effects of an ounce of laudanum, in a woman, death in three-quarters of an hour; 338, Jackson, Am. J. of Med. Sc., 1854, p. 385, effects of 2 drachms of Op., in a woman; 339, Cleveland, Med. Times and Gaz., 1855, p. 82, a man took 2 ounces of liquor Op.; 340, Sloane, Med. Times and Gaz., 1855, p. 445, effects of 1/2 ounce of laudanum, in a man; 341, Slayter, Lancet, 1862, p. 326, laudanum, in a woman; 342, Ludlow, Brit. Med. Journ., 1866, p. 15, an overdose of laudanum, in a man; 343, Bowstead, Lancet, 1873, p. 468, effects of 8 ounces of tinct. Op., in a woman; 344, Taylor, Med. Jurisp., 1, p. 349, an ounce and a half of laudanum, in awoman; 345, Daniel Wilson, Inaugural Dissertation on the Morbid Effects of Op., Phil., 1803, 2 drachms of Opium, in a man; 346, ibid., an ounce of laudanum, in a woman; 347, ibid., same, in a man; 348, ibid., effects of habitual use of 50 to 90 grains of Opium, in a man; 349, ibid., another case; 350, ibid., Baron de Toth, observations among the Turks.

Phyt > appendix
1, Schultz, Inaug. Thesis, effects of large quantities of the root (from Bigelow, Med. Botany); 2, Bigelow, Am. Med. Bot., effects of large doses; 3, same, effects of scruple doses in Dr. Geo. Hayward; 4, Jahr's New Manual, by Hemptel, symptoms, from Trans. Am. Inst. of Hom., vol. ii (original not to be had); 5, Dr. S. Rosa, Am. Mag., 1, p. 329, 1851, effects in two young women of taking about 3 ounces of an infusion of 4 to 5 ounces of root in cold water; 6, Flumiani, Journ. de Chim. Méd., 1858, p. 458, effects of eating the stems, in three boys; 7, Dr. Donnelly, effects of powdering the root, from Griffith's Med. Bot. (Hale's New Remedies, 2d ed.); 8, Burt, provings with Phytolacca and "Phytolaccin," Hale's New Remedies, 2d ed.; 9, Dr. C. H. Lee, Hale's New Remedies, effects of eating a lot of the berries, in a boy; 10, Paine, "Concentrated Medicines, 1865" (electric), from Hale, effects of 1 to 1 1/2-grain doses in healthy persons; 11, H. Barton Fellows, from Hale, proving with small doses (1 to 1 1/2 drops) of tincture; 11a, same, 12 pellets 2d dec. dil., first day, 15 pellets, fourth day; 11b, same, 8 drops of 2d dec. dil.; 12, Dr. Marshall, proving with the tincture, repeated doses for four days of 10 drops to 4 drachms, from Hale; 13, J. Lester Keep, effects of inhaling the powder of the root while grinding it, from Hale; 14, Dr. ---, proving, from Hale, effects of fumes from slicing the green root; 15, Griggs, from Hale, effects of 2 or 3 drachms of tincture in a boy six years old; 16, Warren, Trans. Hom. Med. Soc. of St. of N. York, 1865, effects of chewing and swallowing small bits (3 or 4 grains) of the fresh root; 17, Bahrenburg, Western Hom. Obs., 3, 126, 1866, effects of eating a small piece of the root; 18, Cooley, Trans. Hom. Med. Soc. of State of N. Y., 1870, proving with 5 grains, 4 P.M., first day, 10 grains, 8 A.M., third day; 19, Gilman, Med. Invest., 1871, p. 19, effects on a family of eating the fresh root grated with horseradish; 20, Rawlings Young, American Practitioner, 9, 380, three children ate the root at 11.30 A.M., and at 12 ate a hearty dinner; 21, Grasmuck, Ohio Med. and Surg. Rep., 8, 289, a woman suffering from a slight pain in the right hip took, three times a day, a small swallow of an infusion of 3 ounces of P. in a pint of whisky; 21a, same, effects of smaller doses of same in a man; 22, C. H. Lee, Bib. Hom., 1874, p. 182, effect on a child of eating the berries; 23, W. S. Searle (MSS. to editor of this work), effects of eating grated root (by mistake for horseradish), in a man about sixty years old; 24, same, in another, aged twenty-one; 25, omitted; 26, Williamson, Trans. Penn. State Hom. Med., Soc., 1871, p. 179, effects of chewing and swallowing small pieces of the fresh root; 27, Whipple, Electric Med. Journ., 35, p. 560, a woman suffering from inflammation of right breast took of a solution of 10 drops of tincture in 3 ounces of water, a teaspoonful and in an hour a tablespoonful; 28, Libby (MSS. to editor), effects of eating the root for a trivial complaint; 29, Craig, Richmond and Louisville Med. J., 1869, p. 237, a man aged twenty-nine ate half at root six inches long.

Pic-ac > appendix
1, Parisel, Thèse, Paris, 1868, took three pills, each containing 1/10 grm. of P. acid, and half an hour later took two more; 2, same, proving on a man by a dose of 5 grms; 3, same, proving on a woman with a dose of 4 grms; (Nos. 4 to 10, L. B. Couch's provings, N. Y. Journ. of Hom., 2, 149, 1874.); 4, Lance, took one dose of 30th cent. dil. on first, fourth, and seventh days; 4a, same, another proving, one dose of 30th; 5, L. B. C., took 30th dil. first day, two doses of 10th dil. third day, a dose of 30th fourth and sixth days; 6, Sullivan, took a dose of 5th dil. first day, a dose of 30th dil. fourth day; 6a, same, subsequent proving, a dose of 30th dil.; 6b, same, subsequent took 30th dil. first, third, and fifth days; 7, W. S. F., took 30th four days in succession, without result, then a dose of 1st cent. dil. in morning of first, third, and fifth days; 8, J. E. T., having taken the 30th, 15th, and 5th, without result, took the 1st on the first, third, fifth, eighth, eleventh, twelfth, and fourteenth days; 9, Anderson, took 30th first and second days, without symptoms, then took the 25th on third day; 9a, same, took same dose once; 9b, same, three weeks later, took 2d cent. on first and second days; 10, Gallup, took a dose of 5th dil.; 10a, same, repeated; 11, T. F. Allen, proving on a man, aged thirty-five, took one dose of 30th on first, second, third, seventh, and eighth days; 12, same, an unmarried woman, aged twenty-six, took 30th on first, second, fourth, fifth, seventh, ninth, tenth, and thirty-sixth days; 12a, same, subsequent proving, a dose of 30th dil. first, three doses second, one on the third and fourth days; 13, Dr. John S. Linsley, MS. to Editor, proving with a dose of 30th, subsequently repeated; (Nos. 14 to 18, provings by Prof. S. A. Jones, MS. forwarded for this work.); 14, J. O. Garmon, aged thirty-two, weight 172, took 10 drops of 2d dec. dil., 2 A.M., first day; 12 drops, 9 A.M., second day, 20 drops third and fourth days, 16 drops fifth day, 25 drops sixth day, 30 drops seventh day, 25 drops eighth day, 20 drops ninth, tenth, and eleventh days; 15, J. A. Baker, took 10 drops of 1st dec. dil. morning of first, second, third, fourth, and fifth days, 15 drops sixth day, 10 drops seventh day, 15 drops eighth, ninth, and tenth days; same, three times, eleventh day; 20 drops, three times, twelfth day; 25 drops 9 A.M., 30 drops 1 P.M., and 20 drops 6 P.M., thirteenth day; 16, J. D. Baker, aged thirty-seven, took 10 drops of 1st dec. dil. daily for ten days, same twelfth day, 20 drops thirteenth and fourteenth days; 17, E. E. Adams, took repeated doses of 1st dec. dil. for sixteen days (usually four doses a day), 10 to 40-drop doses; 18, Geo. A. Taber, aged twenty-three, took 1st dec. dil., 8 P.M., first day; 10 P.M., second day; at 12 M., 2 and 3 P.M., and 20 drops at 4 P.M., third day; 18a, same, twenty-five days after last dose took 20 drops at 9 P.M., first day; 20 drops of 2d dec. dil. 8 A.M., and several times during the day pellets saturated with the 1st dec. dil., second day; pellets of 1st third and fourth days, two powders of 1st dec. trit. eighth and ninth days; 18b, same, took 3d trit., 10 grains, 7 and 9 P.M., first day; 6.30 A.M., second day; 10 grains 2d dec. trit. 3, 6, and 9 P.M., second day, and 6.45, 9.30, and 11 A.M., third day; 10 grains 1st dec. trit. at 2.15, 4, and 9 P.M., third day; 20 grains 10.15 A.M., 10 grains at 3 and 6 P.M., fourth day, and 1 P.M., fifth day; 20 grains 4.45, fifth day; 30 grains 7.45 A.M., 4.45 P.M., sixth day; 20 grains 8.30 A.M., seventh day; 40 grains 10.15 A.M., eighth day; 20 grains at 9 and 11 A.M., ninth day, and at 10 A.M., tenth day.

Stram > appendix
(1 to 30, from Hahnemann, R. A. M. L.) 1, Hahnemann; 2, Fr. Hahnemann; 3, Franz; 4, Michler; 5, Alberti, Jurisp. Med. 1, p. 206 (vol. 2, "effects of eating seeds," -Hughes); 6, Brera, Harles in Bemerk, üb. d. Behandl. d. Hundswuth, Frft. A.M., 1809, 4 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 7, Büchner, Bresl. Samml., 1727 ("not found in volume mentioned," -Hughes); B. Busch (see No. 33, T. F. A.); 8, Commentarii de rebus in med. et sc. nat. gestis, vol. 2, p. 241 ("not found in volume mentioned," -Hughes); 9, Cph. a Costa, in Schenk, lib. 7, Obs. 139, p. 851 ("as Alberti," -Hughes); 10, D. Crüger, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec. III, Ann. 2, Obs. 68 ("from the fruit," -Hughes); 11, Döderlin, Comm. lit. Nor., 1744, p. 15 ("from cooked plant," -Hughes); 12, Van Ems, in H. Boerhaave praelect. de morb. nerv., 1, p. 237 ("nothing about Stramonium here," -Hughes); 13, Garcias ab Horta, de Plantis, cap. 24 ("Lib. II, statement," -Hughes); 14, Gardane, Gaz. de Santé, 1773, p. 143 ("effects when given in mania," -Hughes); 15, Greding, in Ludw. Advers., 1, p. 285 ("symptoms occurring in patients taking the extract, I-XVIII maniacs and melancholics, XIX-XXXV epileptics, XXXVI-XLVI epileptic maniacs"); 16, J. C. Grimm, Eph. Nat. Cur. cent IX, Obs. 94 ("observation," -Hughes); 17, Heim, Selle's neuen Beiträgen z. Nat. u. Arzn., 2, p. 126 ("from seeds in a child," -Hughes); 18, Kaaw Boerhaave, Impet. fac. Hipp. L. B., 1745, p. 282 ("as Du Guid," -Hughes); , T. F. A. 19, Kellner, Bresl. Samml., 1729 ("as Büchner," -Hughes); 20, Kramer, Comm. lit. Nor., 1733, p. 251 ("p. 252, observation," -Hughes); 21, M., Baldinger's neuen Magaz. B. I., p. 35 ("as Heim," -Hughes); 22, J. L. Odhelius, Mem. sur l'us. du Stramonium, par. 4, 1773 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 23, Pfennig, Hufel. Journ. XIV, 1, p. 158 (vol. 19; "as Johnson," -Hughes); , T. F. A. 24, Ray, histor. plantar, tom. 1 ("from root," -Hughes); 25, Sauvages, Nosolog. 2, s. 242 ("observation," -Hughes); 26, Sauvages, Epist. ad Haller, 3 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 27, Schroer, Hufel. Journ. 11, p. 195 ("as Heim," -Hughes); 28, Unzer, Med. Handbuch, 2, s. 28 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 29, Vicat. plant, venen. de la Swisse, p. 248 ("observations of poisoning," -Hughes); 30, A. F. Wedenberg, Diss. de Stramonii usu in morbis convulsis, Ups., 1773, 4 ("statement," -Hughes), (31 to 40, quoted by Hahnemann, not taken from Hahnemann, but from the original, by me, for this work, T. F. A.); 31, Du Guid, Journ. Med., 1757 (Frank's Mag. 1), a man, aet. 68 years, ate the seeds cooked in milk; 32, Dr. Storck, Med. Museum, 1763, p. 450, effects on the author from working over the plant, and sleeping in the same room, with closed windows; 33, Benj. Rush, M.D., Trans. of Am. Phil. Soc. Philad., 1769, p. 384; a child aet. between 3 and 4 years swallowed over 100 dried seeds; 34, Dr. Abraham Swaine, Essays and Obs., Edinb., 1770, p. 272, Robert Bulmer, aet. 69 years, boiled three thorn-apples in a pint of milk, and drank the decoction; 35, Prof. Lobstein, Diss. de Veg. Venen. Alsatiae, Strasburg, 1776 (Med. Facts and Obs., Lond., 1794), two children, aet. 6 and 9 years were poisoned by the seeds; 36, James Johnson, Med. Facts and Obs., Lond., 1794, p. 78, Miss S., aet. 20 years, swallowed some seeds; 37, Thos. Fowler, Med. and Phil. Comment., 1797, p. 161, a girl, aet. 6 years, ate three-quarters of the seeds of a ripe thorn-apple; 37a, same, Grizzle Bruce, aet. 9 years, swallowed a fourth part of the seeds of a thorn-apple; 38, Dr. Alex. King, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1799, p. 278, effects of the extract in small doses; 39, same, effects in large doses; 40, Benj. De Witt, M.D., Med. Repos., 1805, p. 27, a girl, aet. 2 years, ate some seeds; 41, same, a young woman took a decoction of more than a tablespoonful of the dried seeds. (42 to 72, from Hering); 42, Kurzak; 43, Wendt; 44, Thompson, a child, aet. 2 years, ate the seeds, and died in twenty-four hours; 45, Brandt Ratzeburg, p. 180, effects of inhaling odor of fresh leaves; 46, Traill, effects of extract; 47, Duffee; 48, omitted; 49, Newbeck; 50, Wiggers; 51, Harder; 52, Murray, App. Medic. 1, 907; 53, Cammerer in Bishop, Mat. Med., p. 238; 54, Helbig, effects on a young married woman, without children; 55, Meyerstein, decoction of seed, in milk; 56, Brande; 57, Richter; 58, Mich. Doering, on use of Opium, Jena, 1620, 12, p. 77; 59, Gross, C. M. M.; 60, Ruseberg, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 61, N. N.; 62, Taylor; 63, omitted; 64, C. Hg., a case of poisoning; 65, Waitz gavan remedies, Datura Tatula; 66, Wm. Williamson, a case of poisoning; 67, Zumbrock, a case of poisoning; 68, Nouveau Journ. de Méd.; 69, Casper; 70, Med. Gaz., 8, 605, a woman, aet. 36 years, took an infusion; 71, Amelung; 72, omitted; 73, Ernest, in Museum der Heilk., 1792 (Helbig's Heraclides, vol. 1, pr. 1, p. 61), poisoning; 74, Moses Bartram, M.D., Trans. Coll. Phys., Phil., 1793, p. 198, a child swallowed some seeds; 75, Dr. De Witt, Med. and Phys. Journ., vol. 1, 1799, p. 84, effects of the seed; 76, Dr. Samuel Brown, Med. Repos., vol. 5, 1802, p. 36, a child, aet. 2 years, ate the seeds; 77, Puihn, Mat. Ven. Reg. Veg. (Helbig's Heraclides, vol. 1, pr. 1, p. 61), poisoning of children; 78, Hamilton, Aromat. Hist., vol. 1, pr. 2, chap. 24 (Wibmer), general effects of poisoning; 79, Seiler, Horn's Archiv., vol. 27, 1815, Frank's Mag., 2, 230, a boy, aet. 5 1/2 years, ate some seeds; 80, Thos. Young, M.D., Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 15, 1819, p. 154, a boy ate a whole thorn-apple; 81, Benj. Granger, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 16, 1820, p. 155, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, ate some thorn-apples, death in twenty-one hours; 82, Vady, Journ. Complement., vol. 11, p. 176, 1821 (Wibmer); 83, Williamson, New Eng. Journ. of Med., vol. 12, 1823, p. 253, T. B., aet. 27 years, took half a gill of the tincture; 84, Dr. Kunze, Rust's Mag., vol. 17, 1824 (Frank's Mag., 1), a child ate the seeds; 85, Heun, Rust's Mag., 17, 1824 (Frank's Mag., vol. 1), a woman suffering from pain in the side took Stramonium, cooked in water; 86, Rust's Mag., 16, the leaves were eaten by four persons; 87, Velsen, Rust's Mag., 18, p. 124 (Wibmer); 88, Med.-Chir. Rev., New Eng. Med. Journ., vol. 14, 1825, p. 375, a suppository containing 1/3 gr. of extract was introduced into the rectum; 89, Orfila, Med.-Chir. Zeit., 26, p. 355, 1825 (Hartlaub and Trinks, vol. 1); 90, Dr. Greuling, Rust's Mag., 18, 1825, a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 91, Chas. D. Meigs, M.D., N. A. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1827, p. 33, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, ate an unknown quantity of seeds; 92, Truman Abell, Am. Med. Rec., 1828, p. 203, the author, while preparing an extract of the leaves, kept his right hand and wrist soaked in the narcotic juice; 93, Dr. Amelung, Hufeland's Journ., 1828 (Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. 6, 1830, p. 235, effects of the internal administration; 94, R. E. Griffith, M.D., Am. Journ. Med. Sci., vol. 5, p. 251, Chas. Lambert, aet. 3 years, ate a few seeds; 95, James Marsh, Lancet, 1830-1, p. 560, a woman, aet. 36 years, swallowed a teacupful of the infusion; 96, Bechhaus, Hufeland's Journ., 1832 (Frank's Mag., 2, p. 870), a young woman took two cups of infusion of the seeds; 97, W., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 9, 1833, p. 10, Mrs. S. R. drank some herb tea, made partly of the leaves of Stramonium; 98, same, Miss E. F. drank tea made of the leaves; 99, same, Mrs. W., aet. 40 years, took for piles an injection of an infusion of the leaves; 100, Rohrer, Oest. Med. Jahr., vol. 7, 1834 (A. H. Z., 7, p. 261), two children ate the seeds and ripe capsules; first child aet. 5 years; 101, same, second case of a girl, aet. 6 years; 102, E. W. Duffin, Lond. Med. Gaz., vol. 15, 1834-5, p. 194, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, swallowed over 100 seeds weighing about 16 grs., death in twenty-four hours; 103, Dr. Schulze, Casper's Woch., 1834 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 282), a man and woman took the seeds in beer, for pain in the side; 104, Dr. Barton, Lond. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 8, 1835, p. 704, two soldiers ate the plant; 105, same, effects of 30 grs. of the powder; 106, Asiatic Journ., 1835, quoted from Meerut Abs. (Brit. Journ. of Hom., 1873, appendix), about sixty persons ate the seeds in food about midnight; 107, Oest. Med. Jahr., 10, p. 3, 1836 (Archiv. für Hom., 16, p. 102), a girl, aet. 20 years, ate several seeds; 108, Dr. Braun, Hencke's Zeit. für Staat., 15, p. 177, 1836 (A. H. Z., 9, p. 303), a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some of the green fruit and seeds; 109, Chas. Hooker, M.D., Boston Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 15, 1836, p. 60, five persons ate the plant; 110, Beverley's History of Jamaica, Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 819, some young soldiers ate plentifully of the herb as a salad; 111, Prof. A. Thompson, Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 819, a woman took a cupful of strong infusion on going to bed; 112, same, a man took a similar quantity; 113, Geo. G. Sigmond, M.D., Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 328, Hein gives account of two infants who swallowed some seeds; 114, same, Blancard states the case of a girl, aet. 18 years; 115, Sir Geo. Gibbs states the case of a man who smoked the leaves for asthma; 116, Dr. Jonas, Med. Zeit. Preuss, 1836 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 133), Stramonium in milk; 117, same, four children were poisoned by the seeds; 118, same, another case; 119, Hornung, Med. Jahr., 10, 1836 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 819), a girl, aet. 20 years, ate the seeds; 120, Hoering, Med. Corres. Würtem., vol. 7, p. 97, 1837 (Frank's Mag., 2, 230), a woman, aet. 22 years, ate two unripe capsules; 121, Dr. Danzeger, Casper's Woch., 1839, a boy was poisoned by the seeds; 122 to 125, M. J. Moreau, Gaz. Med., No. 43 (Prov. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 3, 1841-2, p. 126), effects in treatment of hallucination; 122, Emanuel P., aet. 31, took 20 grs. extract night and morning; 123, Louis R. took a mixture containing 5 grs. extract; 124, effects of 2 grs. daily; 124a, same, suspended use of medicine and then took 10 grs. at once; 125, another patient took 1/2 gr. extract every half hour, symptoms of poisoning appeared after ninth dose; 126, Dr. Schrön Hygea, 13, p. 193 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. 11, p. 292), a robust man, aet. 33, for facial neuralgia, was given 1/2 gr. extract, to be taken at 2, 4 and 6 P.M.; 126a, a girl, aet. 16, took 6 drops tincture, in two hours 9 drops, followed by 6 drops more in two hours; 127, same, a very sensitive woman, aet. 42 years, for facial neuralgia, took 1/4 gr. at 4 P.M., 1/8 at 6 P.M., and 1/4 gr. next morning; 128, same, a man, aet. 37 years, for facial neuralgia, took 1/4 gr. extract at 4 o'clock, and repeated the dose at 6; 129, Prov. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 3, 1842, p. 210, 3 grs. were taken at bedtime; 130, Dr. Reiseberg, Casper's Woch., 1842 (Frank's Mag., 1), a girl ate the seeds; 131, M. Eitner, Encyc. des Sci. Med., 1843 (Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., 1844 (1), p. 231), general effects; 132, Schlesier, Casper's Woch., 1843 (Frank's Mag., 1), a boy aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 133, Dr. Schueller, Wien. Zeit., 1846 (Frank's Mag., 2, 533), 1st dose of 5 drops tincture, irregularly increased to 120, afterwards 200 drops; 134 to 136, John Spence, M.D., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 31, p. 361, three women drank 1/2 oz. steeped in water; 134, M. L., aet. 60 years, previous health feeble and delicate; 135, J. L., aet. 30 years, constitution good; 136, E. B., aet. over 80, naturally vigorous, had suffered a short time previous from bronchitis, but was nearly convalescent; 137, Robert Allan, Lancet, 1847 (2), p. 298, an Indian ate some Stramonium, and died in seven hours; 138, A. Stobo, Med. Times, vol. 16, 1847, p. 650, a boy, aet. 5 years, ate a drachm of the seeds; 139, Noeckher, Preus. Verein. Zeit., 1847 (S. J. 55), a boy, aet. 7 1/2 years, swallowed the seeds; 140, Dr. Van. Hasselt, Nederland Lancet, 1851 (Z. für H. K., 1, 89), nine persons were poisoned; 141, H. P. Lawrence, Lancet, 1851 (1), p. 599, a man ate some seeds; 142, John Le Gay Brewster, M.D., Prov. Med. Journ., 1851, p. 699, two children, aet. 3 and 5 years, ate some seeds; 143, C. L. Mitchell, M.D., New York Journ. of Med., May, 1857, a young woman drank some Stramonium tea; 144, Dr. Kraus, Med. Corr. Blatt., 1852, vol. 22, p. 78, a boy, aet. 4 years, was poisoned by the dried extract, probably about 10 or 12 grs.; 145, Gould and Thurston, Med. Times and Gaz., 1852 (1), p. 197, four persons were poisoned by the seeds; 146, Leonard Pratt, Inaug. Thesis, at Penn. Hom. Med. Coll., 1852, took 5 drops mother tincture, at 7 A.M.; 146a, same, a dose every morning, about 1/2 hour before eating, beginning with 3 drops per dose, and gradually increasing to 20 drops; 147, Wheeling Argus (Virg. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1853, p. 225), a boy and girl, aet. about 5 years, ate the seeds, the boy died; 148, same, a child, aet. three years, was poisoned; 149, C. B. Faust, M.D., Charleston Med. Journ. and Rev., vol. 9, p. 743, a child, aet. 1 year and 8 months, ate some seeds; 150, Dr. Schönheit, Zeit. für Nat. und Heilk., in Hungary (Prag. Monart., 2, 1854, p. 173), a boy, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 151, Henry C. Preston, M.D., Phil. Journ. of Hom., vol. 2, 1854, p. 608, a boy, aet. 6 years, was poisoned; 152, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 52, 1855, p. 85, six persons were poisoned by the powdered leaves cooked with meat instead of sage; 153, Dr. Gruenberg, Zeit. für Verein Aust. Hom., 1, 378 (Zeit. Klin. für Med., vol. 7, 1856), a boy, aet. 7 years, ate the seeds; 154, Dr. Watson, New York Journ. of Med., July, 1856, p. 66, a woman took an injection for piles; 155, Geo. T. Elliott, Jr., M.D., New York Journ. of Med., Nov., 1856, p. 358, a boy, aet. 4 1/2 years, ate some seeds; 156, D. Calkins, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 54, 1856, p. 398, a boy, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 157, Dr. Henry Earley, Aust. Med. Journ., 1857, vol. 2, p. 241 (Berridge's Collection, Brit. Journ. of Hom., 1873, Append.), a child, aet. 2 years, was poisoned by the seeds; 158, same, case of a girl, aet. 3 1/2 years; 159, same, cases of children from 2 to 9 years of age; 160, T. K. Chambers, M.D., Brit. Journ., 1858, p. 824, Joseph Miller, aet. 7 years, ate some seeds; 161, same, John Wilton ate the seeds; 162, same, James Wilton, aet. 7; 163, Lichtenfels, Wien. Zeit., 1858 (S. J. 100, 293), a man was poisoned by the seeds; 164, Dr. A. F. A. Greeves, Aust. Med. Journ., 1859, p. 186 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., Append., 1873), Mrs. ---, aet. 40 years, swallowed a teaspoonful of the seeds; 165, T. L. Maddin, M.D., Nashville Med. Rec. (South. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1859, p. 831), a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 166, Dr. Bell, New York Journ. of Med., 1860, p. 341, an old negro woman drank an indefinite quantity of an infusion of the leaves; 167, John G. Johnson, M.D., Am. Med. Times, 1860, p. 22, a boy, aet. 7 years, ate some seeds; 168, Dr. Flöegel, Vien. Med. Halle, 1861 (A. H. Z. M. B., 5, 27), a man, aet. 61 years, suffering from cramps in the calves took some seeds in brandy, a few drops daily; 169, Dr. Larquet, Gaz. des Hôp., 1861, No. 109, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some of the flowers and fruit; 170, A. G. Emory, M.D., Med. and Surg. Journ., 1861, p. 45, a boy, aet. 5 years, ate some seeds; 171, Geo. T. Elliot, M.D., Am. Med. Times, vol. 2, 1861, 128, Mrs. ---, aet. 22, injected into her rectum 1/4 pint of infusion made from 4 ozs. leaves; 172, C. E. Buckingham, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 65, p. 261, a boy, aet. 6 years, ate a large quantity of the unripe seeds; 173, J. H. Harriss, ibid., p. 311, a woman and two children ate the plant; 174, Dr. Liegey, Journ., de Chim. Med. and Pharm. (Dublin Med. Press, 1862 (2), p. 374), a child, aet. 2 years and 4 months, ate the seeds and died in twelve to fourteen hours; 175, same, another child ate the seeds; 176, Bernhard, Preuss. Med. Zeit., 1862 (A. H. Z. M. B., 6, 31), a boy, aet. 7 years, ate the seeds; 177, Chas. C. Lee, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., 1862 (1), p. 54, a child drank some whiskey containing the seeds; 178, same, a man, aet. 31 years, drank a cupful, and a woman, aet. 58 years, drank about a gill of same; 179, same, a woman, aet. 34 years, drank only one or two mouthfuls of same; 180, Mad. Quart. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. 5, p. 320 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., Append., 1873), a woman had taken some leaves of Datura (? Stramonium); 181, a man took an infusion of Datura leaves for dysentery; 182, Dr. Shortt, ibid., vol. 6, p. 286, a man, aet. 41 years, took the leaves; 183, same, a girl, aet. 14, ate one-third of the seeds of one of the apples, recovery after use of stomach-pump; 184, same, a girl, aet. 18 years, ate Stramonium early in the morning, death at 10 A.M.; 185, same, a woman took Stramonium; 186, Albert Corvisart, Journ. de Méd., vol. 23 (Hempel's Mat. Med. vol. 1, p. 770), three children were poisoned; 187, Wm. H. Cuthbert, M.D., North Am. Journ. of Hom., vol. 13, p. 68, Emma Meyers, aet. 18 months, was poisoned by the seeds; 188, Dr. C. Hering, a fragmentary proving by Dr. J. R. Coxe, Jr., aet. 57, Am. Hom. Rev., vol. 4, p. 559, took 10 drops 1st dec. dil. at 8 A.M., 2 and 10 P.M. (first, second, and third days), and at 8 A.M., 2 and 11 P.M. (fourth day); 189, Charles Chauncey Coxe, aet. 11 years, took 12 drops of 3d dec. dil. at 2 and 9 P.M. (first day), same at 9 A.M., 2 and 9 P.M. (second and third days); 190, omitted; 191, Dr. Carroll Dunham, ibid., a man, aet. about 44, whose health had suffered greatly in consequence of bilious remittent fever and heroic doses of calomel, applied the bruised green leaves to large irritable ulcers on both legs; 192, Dr. Bengel, Med. Corr. Blatt., 1864, vol. 34, p. 79, a boy, aet. 2 years, ate some pieces of the seeds; 193, A. P. Turner, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., April, 1864, p. 551, two boys, aet. 8 and 10, ate some seeds; 194, Alfred S. Taylor, M.D., Guy's Hosp. Rep., vol. 11, p. 293, a student swallowed about 5 or 6 grs.; 195, same, 4 milligrams of Datura applied to the eye; 196, same, seven milligrams administered by the stomach; 197, M. Kuborn, Bull. Gén. de Thér., 1866 (Brit. Med. Journ., 1866 (1), p. 522), four persons were poisoned; 198, H. Y. Evans, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., July, 1866, p. 278, seven children were poisoned by the seeds; 199, Sauvages, Dublin Med. Journ., 1867 (2), p. 11, effects of wine drugged with the juice of the seeds; 200, Henry Robinson, Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. 25, p. 37, a young woman took every third morning a dessertspoonful of 1/200 in 8 ozs. water; 201, C. P. Blake, M.D., St. George's Hosp. Rep., 1868, p. 159, a man, aet. 70 years, took 1 1/2 drachms of tincture for asthma; 202, J. W. Mallet, M.D., New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 21, 1868, p. 550, a young man died from the effects of Stramonium in his food; 203, D. McGillivray, M.D. Canada Med. Journ., vol. 4, 1868, p. 485, a boy, aet. 2 years and 3 months, ate some seeds; 204, C. D. Fairbanks, M.D., Am. Hom. Obs., 1869, p. 366, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 205, J. J. Hilliary, Dominion Med. Rec. (New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., 1869, p. 365), J. P., aet. 40 years, drank a cupful of Stramonium tea; 206, Dr. J. F. Treuman, Chicago Med. Journ. (Med. Press and Circular, 1869 (1), p. 261), a mother and two daughters ate the seeds; 207, W. F. Cheney, M.D., Pacific Med. and Surg. Journ., 1870, p. 305, a girl, aet. 5, ate the seeds; 208, Dr. Crispell, Eclectic Med. Journ., Sept., 1871 (North Am. Journ. of Hom., N. S., vol. 2, p. 293), two cases; 209, Dr. Chevers, Med. Times and Gaz., 1871 (1), p. 164; 210, E. W. Berridge, M.D., Month. Hom. Rev., vol. 15, 1871, p. 298, proving of tincture of British (allopathic) Pharmacopoeia, prepared from seeds, took 8 drops in water at 1.35 P.M., 20 at 4.30 at 6 P.M. (first day), 40 at 8.40 A.M., 50 at 10.25, 60 after 1.50 P.M. (second day); 211 to 221, same, North Am. Journ. of Hom. N. S., vol. 2, 1871, p. 62; 211, Miss ---, took 10 glob. of 43,000 (Fincke) at 5.15 P.M.; 212, Miss ---, took 10 glob., of same; 213, Miss ---, took 1 glob. of same; 214, Miss, aet. 11-12 years, suffering from chorea, took repeated doses of 30th and 200th (Lehrmann), had new symptoms while taking 200th; 215, Dr. Berridge, took 10 glob. 43,000 (Fincke), at 4.15 P.M.; 216, same, took 20 glob. 1000 (Jenichen) at 11.40 A.M.; 217, same, took 30 glob. 200 (Lehrmann) at 10 A.M.; 218, same, took 50 glob. 1000 (Fincke) at 9.45 A.M.; 219, same, took 20 glob. of 3d at 8.30, 11 A.M., noon, 12.55, 2.10, 3, 4, 5, 7, 7.55, 9 P.M. (first day), 20 glob. at 8, 9.50 A.M., 1 P.M. (second day), 30 glob. at 8, 40 at 11.40 A.M., 1/2 drachm of glob. at 7.15 P.M. (third day), 30 glob. 6th dil. at 10 A.M., 40 glob. at 1 and 7 P.M., 50 glob. at 11.30 P.M. (seventh day), 50 glob. at 7.30, 9.40, 11.5 A.M., 6.45, 7.45 P.M. (eighth day), 50 glob. at 7.20, 11.10 A.M., 100 glob. at noon, 9 P.M., 300 glob. at 11 P.M. (ninth day), 50 glob. 12th dil. at 8. 15, 10 A.M., 12.15 P.M., 70 glob. at 3.10, 100 glob. at 4.30, 8.30, and midnight (fourteenth day), 100 glob. at 8, 10 A.M. 200 glob. at noon (fifteenth day); 220, same, took several glob. 5000 (Fincke) at 10 A.M. (first day), 60 glob. 10,000 (Fincke) at 10 A.M. (fifth day), several glob. 30,000 (Fincke), (eighth day), had to take Alumina and ceased proving; 221, same, took 10 glob. cm. (Fincke) at 10 A.M.; 222 to 229, same, Month. Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 34; 222, same, took 100 drops tincture, prepared from the seeds, in water at 9.15 A.M.; 223, Mr. R. M. Theobald, took 10 drops of same (first day), 20 (second day), 30 at 11.30 A.M., 20 at 2 P.M. (third day), 20 before breakfast and 1.30 P.M. (fourth day), 20 to 30 drops two or three times a day (fifth and sixth days), 30 before breakfast, at noon, and bedtime (seventh day); 30 at 8 A.M. (eighth day), 40 early in the morning (ninth day); 224, same, chewed 6 or 8 seeds in the afternoon; 225, same, took 10 drops 3d cent. (first, second, and third days), 5 drops before bedtime (fourth day); 226, Mr. ---, took 5 drops tincture of Hom. Pharmacopoeia (first and second days), 10 drops (third day), 15 (fifth day), 5 ter die (seventh and eighth days), 5 (ninth day); 227, same, took 5 drops tincture ter die for four days; 228, same, took 5 drops tincture (first, second, third, fourth, fifth, ninth, eleventh, and twelfth days); 229, F. Brunning, M.D., Philad. Med. and Surg. Rep., vol. 27, 1872, p. 20, a boy died from effects of the seeds; 230, A. W. Rogers, M.D., ibid., p. 211, a child, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 231, F. H. Bailey, ibid., p. 283, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 232, Dr. Wittmann, Jahrbuch für Kinderheilkunde, vol. 6, 1873, p. 178, a girl, aet. 6 years, ate the seeds; 233, Buckner, A. H. Z., 86, 1873, p. 18, a boy, aet. 3 years, ate the fruit; 234, Wm. H. Cook, M.D., Hahn. Month., vol. 9, 1873, p. 35, Mr. T. poured boiling water over two pods and drank when cold; 235, Dr. Berridge, North Am. Journ., New Ser., 3, 1873, p. 504, Miss ---, took 1 glob. cm. (Fincke) two or three times daily, for five days; 236, B. M. Wibble, M.D., Rich. and Louis. Med. Journ., August, 1873, p. 186, a woman drank half a glass of ale from a bottle containing a large amount of the seeds; 237, same, a man drank two-thirds a glass of same; 238, Chas. G. Polk, M.D., Phil. Med. and Surg. Rep., 1873 (1), p. 395, a boy, aet. 4 years, ate a large amount of the seeds; 239, Hesse, Schweiz. Corr. Blatt., 1873 (S. J., 160, p. 240), a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 240, W. H. B., Am. Hom. Obs., vol. 11, 1874, p. 263, a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 241, Dr. J. Kemberling, Ohio Med. and Surg. Rep. (Am. Journ. of Hom. Mat. Med., New Ser., 4, 1875, p. 387), poisoning, recovery on fifth day; 241a, same, another case in same family; 242, Dr. Jules de Soire, Gaz. des Hôp., 1865, No. 42, a woman, aet. 50 years, took an infusion of the leaves; 243, W. G. Smith, Dublin Med. Journ., 1870 (1), p. 213, an elderly man was in the habit of smoking Stramonium with a small quantity of tobacco, for relief of asthma.

Zinc-m > appendix
(1 and 2, Franz, Archiv. f. Hom., 6, Part 2); 1, Hancke, Rust's Mag., 22, p. 75, effects of internal use of a solution of 1 gr. of Zinc with 2 drachms Spirit muriate ether, 5 drops every four hours; 2, same, external application of 2 grs. Muriate of zinc to 1 oz. water. on lint; 3, Orfila, two persons ate Chloride of zinc in food, instead of salt; 4, Thos. Stratton, M.D., Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1848 (2), 335; Elisabeth R., aet. seventeen, took a solution of about 12 grs. Chloride of zinc; 5, same, Jas. C., aet. fifty-four years, drank a solution of about 200 grs. Chloride of zinc; 6, H. Letheby, Lancet, 1850 (2), p. 23, a girl, aet. fifteen months, drank a quantity of Burnett's Disinfecting Fluid, death in ten hours after beginning of symptoms; 7, Meinel, Deutsche Clin., 1851 (S. J., 73, 167), the Muriate; 8, John Milton, Times and Gaz., 1851 (2), p. 382, John W., drank a glass of a solution of the chloride; 9, T. O. Ward, ibid., p. 497, a woman, aet. forty years, took a solution of the chloride; 10, Cattell, Edinb. Med., 69, 496, and Gaz. Méd. de Par., 1845 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. xi, 1853, p. 173), effects of the chloride; 11, Richard Hassall, M.D., Lancet, 1853 (2), p. 159, a man swallowed 3 ozs. "Burnett's Fluid" on an empty stomach; 12, Wm. Thorn, M.D., Lancet, 1854 (2), p. 259, a boy, aet. twenty months, drank a teaspoonful of "Crew's Disinfecting Fluid;" 13, Geo. Willis, M.D., Association Med. Journ., 1855, p. 743, Mr. P., swallowed about 1 oz. of same; 14, F. Cornelius Webb, M.D., Med. Times and Gaz., 1856 (2), p. 59, Mr. W., took a fluid oz. of "Burnett's Fluid;" 15, G. R. Cubitt, Beale's Archives of Med., vol. i, 1857, p. 194, H. V. L., aet. fifty-six years, took on an empty stomach 2 tablespoonfuls of Morell's solution of Chloride of zinc; 16, Henry Porter, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1859, p. 651, Mr. F., took at least 2 ozs. Burnett's Fluid (more than 6 drachms Chloride of zinc); 17, J. T. Clover, Pharm. Journ., vol. xviii, 1859, p. 140, a man swallowed some of same; 18, Dr. Wilks, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1859, p. 128, a woman, aet. forty years, drank a glass of same, death in fourteen weeks; 19, Henry G. Wright, M.D., Lancet, 1861 (1), p. 29, a girl, aet. one year and a half, swallowed 1 1/2 drachms of same; 20, same, a girl, eat. thirteen years, while suffering with scarlatina, drank a saucer of same; 21, J. W. Cousins, M.D., Med. Times and Gaz., 1862, (2), 404, a woman drank some of same, death in seven hours and a half; 22, Mr. Crossing, Lancet, 1864 (2), p. 267, a woman, aet. sixty-three years, swallowed 1 1/2 ozs. of same, death in fifteen hours and a half; 23, J. R. Wardell, M.D., Lancet, 1864 (1), p. 35, a lady, aet. twenty-one years, drank some of same, death on the second day; 24, H. M. Tuckwell, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1874 (2), p. 297, a girl, aet. twenty-one years, swallowed about 3/4 teacupful of same, death after one hundred and sixteen days; 25, Lucien Dreyfus, Bul. de la Soc. Anat. de Paris, 1876, p. 122, effects of the muriate.

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