A Household Medicine Cabinet 1870s
1. Powdered ipecacuanah [induce vomiting]
2. Purgative powder
3. Sulphate of quinine [malaria treatment]
4. Chlorodyne [chloroform and morphine tincture]
5. Carbolic acid [antiseptic]
6. Castor Oil
7. Eno's fruit salts
One bottle each of M'Kesson and Robbin's compound podophyllin and aloes
and myrrh pills [for warts and verrucas, also purgative]
9. Stick of nitrate of silver [antibacterial, often used in eyes for conjunctivitis, skin infections, ulcers]
10. Cholera pills
12. Tabloids of antipyrin and phenacetin [analgesic and antipyretic]
14. Salicylate of soda [pain relief, for skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis]
15. Boracic acid [disinfectant]
16. Cough lozenges
17. Tabloids of grey powder [mercury in calk, mainly purgative and antisyphilitic]
18. Kaye's essence of linseed
19. Lint, cotton, wool, linen
20. Oiled silk
21. Roll of adhesive plaster
23. Dressing forceps
PROJECT ROUND UP
~ The Parasol Protectorate Abroad Book the First:
Rough draft. Got peeps floating, about to land in the Maltese Tower, back to work after reread. Release date Fall 2013.
Etiquette & Espionage
~ Finishing School Book the First: Release date Feb 5, 2013.
Working promo schemes.
Deportment & Deceit
~ The Finishing School Book the Second:
Revised and turned back in.
~ Soulless Vol. 2: (AKA Changeless
) Reviewing chapter by chapter, each drops on YenPlus
by subscription. Print release tentatively
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a Latin poet of lively genius: his works are numerous; but his delicacy
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