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Franklin Bache (1792–1864)

Bache, Franklin (bāch). A distinguished American physician and chemist; born at Philadelphia, Oct. 25, 1792; died there, March 19, 1864. He was professor of chemistry at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (1831) and the Jefferson Medical College (1841). Besides writing ‘A System of Chemistry for Students of Medicine’ (1819), he was one of the authors of Wood and Bache’s ‘Dispensatory of the United States’ (1833), an acknowledged authority.