Table of contents for From physick to pharmacology : five hundred years of British drug retailing / edited by Louise Curth.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgments
General Editor¿s Preface
1	Introduction									1
	Louise Hill Curth
2	London apothecaries and other medical retailers: 1580¿1702		6
	Patrick Wallis
3. Medical advertising in the popular press: almanacs and the growth of proprietary medicines
 Louise Hill Curth
 
4.	Accessing drugs in the eighteenth century regions			22
	Steve King
5. ¿The doctor¿s shop¿: the rise of the chemist and druggist in nineteenth-century manufacturing districts						43
Hilary Marland	
6. From ¿Bespoke¿ to ¿Off-the-Peg¿: Community Pharmacists and the Retailing of Medicines in Great Britain 1900 to 1700			73
Stuart Anderson
7. ¿A cascade of medicine¿: the marketing and consumption of prescription drugs in the U.K. 1948 ¿ 2000
Judy Slinn
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pharmaceutical industry -- Great Britain -- History.
Retail trade -- Great Britain -- History.
Pharmacy -- Great Britain -- History.
Drug Industry -- history -- Great Britain.
Pharmacy -- history -- Great Britain.