The Resource James Lyons notes on medical remedies, n.d.
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- Notes on medical remedies, n.d., written by Dr. James Lyons (1762-1830) of Richmond, Virginia. The notes are written on the blank pages of an unidentified published foreign pharmacopoeia
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- Dr. James Lyons (1762-1830) was the son of Judge Peter Lyons. He studied at The College of William and Mary, and then served in the army during the Revolutionary War. Afterwards, he studied medicine in Philadelphia and at the University of Edinburgh. He trained at hospitals in London and Paris, then returned to America, and set up his own practice in Richmond, Virginia. He married Sarah Spotswood Waugh. Lyons died in Hanover County, Virginia.
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