Conium -- Physiological effect. : The old vegetable neurotics Hemlock, opium, belladonna and henbane Their physiological action and therapeutical use alone and in combination : being the Gulstonian lectures of 1868 extended and including a complete examination of the active constituents of opium by John Harley, ..
Conium -- Therapeutic use -- Early works to 1800. : Practical observations on cancers and disorders of the breast, explaining their different appearances and events. : To which are added, one hundred cases, successfully treated without cutting. By Richard Guy, Surgeon, And Member of the Corporation of Surgeons in London. Also Some Remarks on the Effects of Hemlock, Shewing The Inefficacy of that Medicine in Cancerous Complaints. The whole serving as a supplement to a former essay on the Subject, by the same Author, August 1762.
Conium -- Therapeutics. : The old vegetable neurotics Hemlock, opium, belladonna and henbane Their physiological action and therapeutical use alone and in combination : being the Gulstonian lectures of 1868 extended and including a complete examination of the active constituents of opium by John Harley, ..
Conjoined twins -- England. : A True relation of a monstrous female-child, with two heads, four eyes, four ears, two noses, two mouths, and four arms, four legs, and all things else proportionably, fixed to one body : born about the 19 of May last, at a village called Ill-Brewers near Taunton Dean in Somerset-shire : likewise a true and perfect account of its form so prodigiously strange ... / as it was faithfully communicated in a letter, by a person of worth, living in Taunton-Dean, to a gentleman here in London ...
Conjoined twins -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Natures wonder? Or, [An ac]count how the wife of one John Waterman an ostler ... was delivered of a strage monster upon the 26th of October 1664 : .. It had two heads, foure armes, and two legs ... She had another child born before it ...which is yet living, and is a very comely child in all proportions. This is attested for truth, by several persons which were eye witnesses. The tune is, London prentice: Or, Jovial batchelor..
Conjoined twins -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : The two inseparable brothers. Or A true and strange description of a gentleman (an Italian by birth) about seventeene yeeres of age : who hath an imperfect (yet living) brother, growing out of his side, having a head, two armes, and one leg, all perfectly to be seen. They were both baptized together; the imperfect is called Iohn Baptist, and the other Lazarus. Admire the Creator in his creatures. To the tune of The wandring Iewes chronicle.
Conjoined twins -- Psychology. : Psychological profiles of conjoined twins : heredity, environment, and identity / J. David Smith ; foreword by Robert Bogdan.