Excerpt from The American Journal of Pharmacy, Vol. 2: April, 1846
It is much to be desired, that the next edition of the Pharmacopoeia may be national in detail as well as in name; that its provisions may be sufficiently comprehensive to embrace the well grounded pharmaceuti... cal preferences of different sections, when these are not incompatible with that unity of design and scientific propriety, which should be marked features of a work issuing from so dignified, and learned a body, as it is presumed the convention of 1850 will be. In order to accomplish this, some means must be resorted to, to enable the revisors to appreciate the opinions ofall sections of the Union. It is with a View to this genel ral expression of sentiment, so far as pharmaceutists are concerned, that this essay has been written, hoping that some of its hints may be of service in pointing out a course.
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