James's powder

Related to James's powder: Antimonial powder

James´'s pow`der

1.(Med.) Antimonial powder, first prepared by Dr. James, an English physician; - called also fever powder.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At her own home, both at Southdown and at Trottermore Castle, this tall and awful missionary of the truth rode about the country in her barouche with outriders, launched packets of tracts among the cottagers and tenants, and would order Gaffer Jones to be converted, as she would order Goody Hicks to take a James's powder, without appeal, resistance, or benefit of clergy.
James's Powder. Townsend suggests that a new critical biography of Newbery is called for, but in the meantime this composite study will be a valuable contribution to Newbery's life and times and the emergence of children's literature.
James's Powders. This bout with "bloody flux" left Washington's strength much impaired.