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An act for the better viewing, searching and examining all drugs, medicine, waters, oyls, ...
Great Britain. Parliament.
Written in English
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An act for the better viewing: searching and examining all drugs, medicine, waters, oyls, Compositions, used or to be used for Medicines in all Places where the same shall be exposed to Sale, or kept for that Purpose, within the City of London and Suburbs thereof, or within Seven Miles Circuit of the said City ; And also, For the Providing a Remedy for the President and.
Get this from a library. An act for the better viewing, searching and examining all drugs, medicine, waters, oyls. [Great Britain. Parliament.]. An Act for the better viewing, searching, and examining, all drugs, medicines, waters, oils, compositions, used or to be used for medicines: in all places where the same shall be exposed to sale, or kept for that purpose, within the city of London and suburbs thereof, or within seven miles circuit of the said city.
A bill, intituled, an act to revive and amend an act made in the tenth year of the reign of King George the first: intituled, an act for the better viewing, searching and examining of all drugs, medicines, waters, oils, compositions, used or to be used for medicines, in all places where the same shall be exposed to sale, or kept for that purpose, within the City of London and suburbs.
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