The text numbers in parenthesis refer to corresponding numbers in the Bibliography. Other numbers, as a rule, refer to dates.
The Bibliographical references embrace 763 authors and 919 titles. Many authors, however, to whom credit might properly be given in these pages, have been unmentioned. (See Introduction.) But, inasmuch as the majority of the publications herein referred to are now on the shelves of the Lloyd Library, as is true also of thousands of others of importance to which reference, for lack of space, has been omitted, the chain of events, past or present, concerning any subject, can be completed by taking advantage of the bibliographical references herein recorded. To Mr. Wm. Holden, Librarian Lloyd Library, is due the credit of the completeness of these references.
15. Alpinus, Prosper.
De balsamo dialogus. Venetiis, 1591.. (Later editions.)
De medicina Aegyptiorum. Venetiis, 1591. (Later editions.)
De plantis Aegypti liber. Venetiis, 1592. (Later edtions.)
De rhapontico. Lugduni Batavorum, 1718.
25. Arabian nights. See Book of the thousand nights and one.
35. Balfour, J. H.
Description of the plant which produces the ordeal bean of Calabar. (Trans. Royal Soc., Edinburgh, xxil, 1860, pp. 305-312.)
On the Aconitum ferox which has recently flowered in the gardens of the Edinburgh horticultural society. (Edinb. New Phil. Jour., xlvii, 1849.)
Remarks on plants furnishing varieties of Ipecacuanha. (Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, xxvi, 1872, pp. 781-788.)
The History of the Vegetable Drugs of the U.S.P., 1911, was written by John Uri Lloyd.