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Journal Article

Folk-Medicine of the Pennsylvania Germans

W. J. Hoffman
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
Vol. 26, No. 129 (Jan. - Jul., 1889), pp. 329-352
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/982955
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Notes and References

This item contains 28 references.

[Footnotes]
  • Popular Antiquities. London, iii, 1882, p. 125.
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • The Folk-lore Journal, London, ii, 1884, pp. 92, 93
    • Lancet (London), March 3, 1866
    • Notes and Queries, December 3, 1870.
  • The Folk-lore Journal, Lond., ii, 1884, p. 93.
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    Brand's Antiquities, Lond., iii, 1882, p. 18.
  • Lieut. Condor, "Palestine Explor. Fund," Jan., 1873, p. 16.
  • Letter dated Teheran, Dec. 19, 1888.
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    1' Folk-lore of the Penn- sylvania Germans," printed In The Journal of Am. Folk-Lore, Boston and New York, Vol. i, No. 2,1888, p. 129.
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    Peter Kalm. En Resa etil Norra Amerca, etc. Stockholm, 1753, i.
  • Folk-medicine, etc. Lond., 1883, p. 53.
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    Procs. Am. Phil. Soc., Philadelphia, Vol. xxv, p. 159.
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    The Western Lancet, San Francisco, Cal., 1884.
  • This reference contains 7 citations:
    • Greek, Alexipharmacum
    • Hebrew, Beluzaar or Belzaar
    • Chaldaic, Beluzaar
    • G. Becker. Lapis bezoar, Wittebergne, 1673
    • J. D. Ehrhardo. De tinctura bezoardica essentificata, Jene, 1698
    • J. H. Slevogt. De lapide bezoar, Jenae, 1698
    • C. W. Vesti. De lapide bezoardico orientali physice et med- ice considerato, Erffordise L1707].
  • Museum britannicum, etc., London, M,DCC,XCI, Tab. VI, No. 7.
  • Paul Lacroix, New York, 1874, p. 187, Figs. 148-187.
  • Folk-lore Journal, Lond., ii, 1884, p. 191.
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    Folk-Medicine,, Lonidoni, 1883, p. 56.
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    William George Black. Folk-Medicine, Lond., 1883, p. 100.
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    William George Black. Folk-Medicine, Lond., 1883, pp. 142, 143.
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    Folk-medicine, William George Black, Lond., 1883, p. 161.
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    The Folk-lore Record, Loud., i, 1878, p. 45.
  • Folk-lore Journal, Lond., ii, 1884, p. 96.
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    Notes and Queries. Lond., 5th ser., Vol. ix, p. 64.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Gentleman's Magazine, 1751, p. 507.
    • Gentleman's Magazine Library, Vol. on Popular Superstitions, pp. 148, 149.
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    Notes and Queries, Lond., 6th ser., i, p. 16.
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    Reported by the writer in Journal Am. Folk-lore, Boston and N. Y., ii, 1889, p. 32.
  • J. Am. Folk-lore, cit. sup., p. 33.
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    J. Am. Folk-lore, Boston and New York, i, 1888, pp. 134, 135.
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    The Historical Magazine, N. Y., vii, 1863, p. 283