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Issue: 038, 16/07/28 p. 603, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Vegetable Chemistry), Para 1
Category: Botany   Toxicology   
Topic: Poisoning of Plants. [Plants may be poisoned as may animals . Marcet made experiments with arsenic, kidney beans and roses]
Person: MARCET, M. (of Geneva)   

Issue: 040, 30/07/28 p. 636, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Vegetable Chemistry), Para 1
Category: Botany   Toxicology   
Topic: Experiments on Poisoning Plants. [Poisons of vegetable origin (opium, hemlock, digitalis, oxalic acid) found fatal to other plants]
Person: MARCET, M. (of Geneva)   

Issue: 041, 06/08/28 p. 652, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Botany), Para 4
Category: Botany   Toxicology   
Topic: Mushrooms, poisonous and innocent. [Experiments of the medical student Letellier, eating mushrooms and noting the effects]
Person: LETELLIER, M.   

Issue: 128, 10/04/30 p. 221
Heading: Royal College of Physicians
Category: Medicine   Pharmacology   Toxicology   
Topic: [...] a paper [...] tending to prove the efficacy of the South American plant, called the Guaco, in controlling the poisonous effects of the bite of serpents and scorpions
Person: HALFORD, Sir Henry   PORTER   
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Issue: 139, 26/06/30 p. 395
Heading: Hydrophobia. Royal College of Physicians. Monday Evening, June 14
Category: Medicine   Pharmacology   Toxicology   
Topic: [...]some trials lately made as to the efficacy of the juice of the Mikaina Guaco in cases of rabies canina. [It can ease pain but not prevent death]
Person: ROBERTS, Dr.   HAWKINS, Dr.   HAWKINS, Mr. Caesar [Surgeon to St. George`s Hospital]   ROOTS, Dr.   ILIFF, Mr.   
Institution: Royal College of Physicians   
Paper, 14/16/1830 Ed`s Mark: SEDGWICK

Issue: 147, 21/08/30 p. 527
Heading: The Scorpion-Spider, Para 9
Category: Zoology   Animal Physiology   Entomology   Medicine   Toxicology   
Topic: [The poisonousness of the "Phalangium araneoides" of Linnaeus. Its confusion with the "genuine tarantula" in the works of "the ancient writers"]
Ed`s Mark: SMITH

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