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1000s of unusual subjective symptoms of remedies, like "Rustling of grasshopper in left ear - Stann".
An enlarged edition of a work begun by Dr. A.W. Holcomb and published under the auspices of The Medical Advance in 1894. Roberts drew information from an interleaved copy of Holcomb's work that was compiled by Dr. W.A. Yingling, as well as from the works of Hering, Clarke, and Allen. The work is dedicated to Samuel Hahnemann, "the first to evaluate subjective symptoms." Roberts, aware of the shortcoming of this type of repertory, cautions to "Beware of the keynote that is not backed up by knowledge of, or reference to, the materia medica."
A very useful work. Although it has been absorbed into the larger repertories, it works as a stand-alone volume. Hayes said of Case (who used the original volume by Holcomb) that he "chuckles about the things he found in it sometimes."