Excerpt from The American Journal of Pharmacy, 1850, Vol. 16
There is a force in the anglo-saxon character, which, if once brought to bear on any object, will gain its end, or bring about material changes in the condition of the things opposed to it; and the results of its en... ergetic manifestations in favor of pharmaceutical reform have been greatly pro portioned to the unanimity of sentiment, and combination of will, exhibited by the acting party.
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