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Gunpowder as a war remedy Paperback – January 1, by John Henry Clarke (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ 5/5(1).

"Gunpowder as a War Remedy" is one of the most interesting works of homeopathy ever crafted. The result of the mind of John H Clarke, his other works ranged from the social and political to the generally medical including a massive Materia Medica referred to here in this shorter booklet.5/5(1).

Gunpowder signs and symptoms of the homeopathy medicine from the Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by J.H. Clarke. The London Police Force also know it as a boil remedy. “Get six-penny worth of gunpowder from an oil store and take as much as would lie on a sixpence night and morning for four days, and then leave it off for the same Author: John Henry Clarke.

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Gunpowder as a war remedy by John Henry Clarke. COVID19 Delays: Please note we are accepting orders but please expect delays due to the impact of COVID19 on logistcs and procurement. In August I put the recorded experiences into the form of a pamphlet, Gunpowder as a War Remedy, and since then many more experiences have seen the light, principally in the pages of The Homoeopathic World.

The indications for the remedy are broad and clear, so that no fine differentiating of symptoms is required. Gunpowder, any of several low-explosive mixtures used as propelling charges in guns and as blasting agents.

The first such explosive was black powder—a mixture of saltpeter (potassium nitrate), sulfur, and charcoal—which is thought to have originated in China, where it was being used in. Several years ago, the author read about homeopathic Gunpowder in Morgan’s Homeopathic Medicine: First Aid and Emergency Care and Sheppard’s The Magic of the Minimum reading Clarke’s monograph, Gunpowder as a War Remedy, the author discussed it with a small group of Gunpowder was not well represented in repertories, Clarke and a.

Early modern warfare is associated with the start of the widespread use of gunpowder and the development of suitable weapons to use the explosive, including artillery and firearms; for this reason the era is also referred to as the age of gunpowder warfare (a concept introduced by Michael Roberts in the s).

This entire period is contained within the Age of Sail, which characteristic. downloador read online all Book PDF file that related with Gunpowder As A War Remedy book. Happy reading Top Wildlife Sites Of The World Book everyone.

Download file Free Book PDF Gunpowder As A War Remedy at Complete PDF ok have some digital formats such us: paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub,and. Quick Overview A useful booklet on the virtues of gunpowder and its homeopathic use. This book on Gunpowder, which is accepted to be an all-round remedy for blood-poisoning in general and septic war wounds in particular, has been compiled by the author to serve the public interest by putting the facts about the remedy into separate practical shape and thus, making them accessible to all.

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Gunpowder is a remedy that is a mixture of three potent ingredients namely, carbon, sulfur, and niter. The outcome of this mixture is a great remedy that is also known as War remedy because of its action on wounds of warfare. This is a wonderful drug in cases of pus formation.

Continuously keep a. Several years ago, the author read about homeopathic Gunpowder in Morgan’s Homeopathic Medicine: First Aid and Emergency Care and Sheppard’s The Magic of the Minimum Dose. After reading Dr. John Clarke’s monograph, Gunpowder as a War Remedy, the author discussed this homeopathic medicine with a small group of rehabilitators.

Fictional spy Henry Gresham uncovers the Gunpowder Plot and takes an active part in the capture of all those involved. The sections of the book involving Gresham and his associates were light hearted and witty but the sections involving historical detail were tedious and in some ways annoying (eg referring to Queen Elizabeth the First - surely just Queen Elizabeth at this time)/5.

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> I read somewhere that the US Civil War was fought using muskets loaded with White Gunpowder Can anyone tell me anything about this. Well, yes, some "White gunpowder" was used, but darned little of it. Ordinary black powder was the propellent used by both sides for probably 99+% of.

Several years ago, the author read about homeopathic Gunpowder in Morgan’s Homeopathic Medicine: First Aid and Emergency Care and Sheppard’s The Magic of the Minimum Dose. After reading Clarke’s monograph, Gunpowder as a War Remedy, the author discussed it with a small group of rehabilitators.

While Gunpowder was not well represented in. American military medicine was no better, and perhaps a bit worse, than that of Europe. We had far greater distances, fewer doctors, and fewer resources. As the 19 th century passed, we learned bitter lessons in the Civil War, and the Spanish-American War, and we made great progress in the early 20 th century.

Stay tuned. The forms and ends of battle may be infinitely varied, but because Clausewitz treats "the battle" as the central tool of war ("only one means"), he aims to use it as the focus of his universal study of war. The battle is taken as a fixed fact of war, whatever form that war may take.

That council of war voted “to make an attempt on the Magazine at Halifax [Nova Scotia] where there is reason to suppose there is a great quantity of Powder.” The next day, Washington wrote to Gov. Nicholas Cooke of Rhode Island, urging him to send a colony ship to raid a Author: J.

Bell. Early life Childhood. Robert Catesby was the third and only surviving son of Sir William and Anne (née Throckmorton) Catesby, and was born after 2 March at his father's main residence in Lapworth.

Robert was a lineal descendant of Sir William Catesby (–), the influential councillor of Richard III captured at the Battle of Bosworth and : Shot. Postscript: If you like reading mysteries and thrillers, and I do, I have a recommendation of a mystery novel about the Gunpowder Plot.

The book is The Desperate Remedy: Henry Gresham and the Gunpowder Plot by Martin Stephen (). It is part of a series featuring the Elizabethan and Jacobean gentleman spy Henry Gresham and may be the first in the series, although it is not the first.

One Pennsylvania pow-wow remedy for treating urinary disease in horses involves mixing gunpowder with flour, gentian, and calamus and feeding it to the animal until the disease clears.

Perhaps one of the most surprising applications is in the area of women’s reproductive health, where gunpowder was once believed to stimulate expulsive. Politics. Clarke was a leading advocate of anti-Semitism and served as president of The Britons from its formation [citation needed] in until his death as an associate of Henry Hamilton wrote several articles on Christianity that have a militant bent.

When Beamish became a fugitive and fled England, Clarke became the head of The Britons, and formed with two others a splinter Born:England, United Kingdom. GUNPOWDER AS A WAR REMEDY Click to Purchase A WWI homeopathic work of note suggesting the use of small doses of tincture of black powder.

CANADIAN HERBAL Click to Purchase A combination receipt book for disease and herbal guide. THE USEFUL FAMILY HERBAL Click to Purchase A short herbal with a large number of (often odd) recipes. COUNTERBLAST TO. The Turpentine Remedy by Biff Hollingsworth You never know what you’re going to find in our collections.

Today, while looking for something totally unrelated, I happened upon a folder with an intriguing title: “Prescription and Diet Book, circa s.” I thought I might have stumbled on some. ACNE or pimples 1. Mix wheat-flour with honey and vinegar (proportions were not given) and put on the pimples at night before going to bed.

Rum is a distilled alcoholic drink made by fermenting then distilling sugarcane molasses or sugarcane distillate, a clear liquid, is usually aged in oak barrels.

Most rums are produced in Caribbean and American countries, but also in other sugar producing countries, such as the Philippines and India. Rums are produced in various grades. Light rums are commonly used in cocktails. Old West Remedy for: —Bleeding— Home remedies called for using wood ashes or cobwebs to staunch the flow of blood.

People also put gunpowder or flour on cuts to staunch bleeding. Old West Remedy for:—Cholera— Treated with red pepper in whiskey or brandy, or burning barrels of pine tar beneath open windows (though that had no real effect). This little book is one of dozens of Creation Series titles made available in the early 20th century.

I have edited about half a dozen prior; this one is definitely more academic even than the prior few, and delves at several points into the difference between Greek religion as conceived of in the then-recent past, and the then-modern period according to archaeology. The Gunpowder Plot by Hugh Ross Williamson: The Gunpowder Plot by Alan Haynes: The Gunpowder Plot by Oswald Tesimond: Gunpowder Plot (Beginning History) by Rhoda Nottridge: Gunpowder Plots: A Celebration of Years of Bonfire Night by Brenda J.

Buchanan: The Gunpowder Treason, with a discourse on the manner of. Catching leaves in your hand, which fall from the trees in the fall, will cure a head cold.

Colds – Preventing. Eat an onion sandwich and wash your hair. Close the windows and doors of the baby’s room and have the father keep smoking a pipe or cigar. Put some cow dung in water and bring it to a boil. Gargle the water three times a day and. The turpentine treatment, as given to patient, G.P.

Milton, who died the following day (January 8, ). From collection #z, Southern Historical Collection. You never know what you’re going to find in our collections. Today, while looking for something totally unrelated, I happened upon a folder with an intriguing title: “Prescription. The reference book Gun Powder Cans& Kegs by Ted Bacyk has the American Sporting Gunpowder tins at a rarity level of 5 or 6.

This particular tin is very scarce being the small size measuring approximately 3 5/8 inches tall and 3 3/8 inches wide. Any American Sporting Gunpowder tin is considered rare and this is the smaller version. Quotation from “King’s Book” — Version of Gunpowder Plot put forth by “lawful authority” — Showing procedure of Earl of Suffolk and Lord Mounteagle on search of cellar under House of Lords, Monday, 4th November — Thirty-six barrels of gunpowder stored ready.

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Amongst them are Guy Fawkes ( - Author: Anna Burnside.Guy Fawkes (13 April – 31 January ) was an English soldier and a member of a group of Roman Catholic conspirators who attempted to carry out the Gunpowder Plot to assassinate King James I of England (James VI of Scotland) and the members of both houses of the Parliament of England with a huge explosion, which was prevented by his arrest on 5 November Many in Britain today do indeed remember the Gunpowder Plot.

They recognize the name Guy Fawkes, and they have at least some general understanding of what he was about, in the cellars of the House of Lords, on the night of 4–5 November This enduring recognition is curious, for Fawkes ended his life on the gallows, while the plot in which he participated failed miserably.

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