1842. Item #87063
JAHR, GEORG HEINRICH GOTTLIEB. NEW HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACOPEIA AND POSOLOGY, or the Preparation of Homeopathic Medicines and the Administration of Doses. Translated and with Additions by James Kitchen, M.D. Philadelphia, J. Dobson, 1842. Octavo. xxii,306pp. First edition. Jahr, who was very close to the founder of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann, matriculated at the University of Bonn. He was one of the pioneers of homeopathic materia medica, his Manual of Homeopathic Practice going into many editions here and abroad. This is the first edition of Jahr's book in the USA, the other being by C.J. Hempel's translation (New York, 1850). Foxed; losses to spine; boards starting. Not in Wellcome.