Occupation: druggist & chemist
- Baltimore City
|1816||Edme Ducatel||chymist & druggist||26 Baltimore Street||Baltimore City|
|1817-1818||Edme Ducatel||chymist & druggist||26 Baltimore||Baltimore City|
|1814-1815||Edme Ducatel||chemist & druggist||26 Baltimore Street||Baltimore City|
|1799||Edme Ducatel||druggist & chemist||12 Baltimore Street||Baltimore City|
|1803||Edme Ducatel||apothecary||26 Baltimore Street||Baltimore City|
|1796||Edme Ducatel||druggist & chemist||26 Baltimore Street||Baltimore City|
|1810||Edme Ducatel||apothecary & chemist||26 Baltimore Street||Baltimore City|
|1824||Edme Ducatel||(firm of Edme Ducatel & Sons)||dwelling: 30 Franklin||Baltimore City|
|1827||Edme Ducatel||(firm of Edme Ducatel & Sons)||dwelling: 30 Franklin||Baltimore City|
- Dates: 1812
Notes: COW ITCH
<chymist AND DRUGGIST
No. 26, BALTIMORE STREET,
Has lately received a fresh supply of that valuable Worm Medicine, which he continues to sell, at one dollar per pot.
The excellence of it, as a destroyer of worms is too well established to require any recommendation. A tea spoon full is to be given to children, and a tablespoon full to grown persons; three times a day for three days. On the fourth a dose of the purging pills, is absolutely necessary to carry off the dead worms. The mixture must be well stirred before it is used as the Setoe rises to the top.
The Pills are sold a Fifty cents per box.
From Federal Gazette & Baltimore Daily Advertiser, January 4, 1812.