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The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Appointments and Promotions in the Federal army. (search)
reporting that it fully answered every expectation. The mode of preparation is simple and the material cheap...five parts of coal tar mined thoroughly with one hundred parts, both by weight, of finely powdered sulphate of lime or "Plaster of Paris." We have prepared a supply, and will cheerfully furnish, without charge, to any surgeon, a sufficiency to make an experiment of its efficacy. Very respectfully, Purcell, Ladd & Co., Druggists, &c. Note.--Coal for and plaster of Paris have been used here unsuccessfully, because used in improper proportions. "For several weeks the scientific and medical world has been greatly interested by the introduction of a new and remarkable topical application for dressing wounds. Official experiments on this dressing have been made at 'Le Gharite,' where cancers and other affections of this kind receive special attention. The distinguished surgeon, Velponu, after experiment with this disinfectant on suppurating wou