Compiled from several of Boenninghausen's writings including the Therapeutic Pocket Book, plus notes from Boger and additions from Dunham. Used as the basis for software versions of Boenninghausen repertories.
A condensation of all Bonninghausen's work into a single volume. The Repertory section contains the Pocket Book, the Asoric and Antipsoric repertories, the repertory part of Intermittent Fever, and The Sides of the Body.
In reference to Dunham's annotated copy, Boger says: "An annotated copy presented by the author to the late Dr. Carroll Dunham later became the property of Dr. H.N. Guernsey and is now in the possession of his son, Dr. Joseph C. Guernsey, whose courtesy enables me to incorporate it in its entirety in the present work." All the additions by Dunham are marked with an asterisk (*).
The book was enlarged with Boger's notes, and reprinted by Roy in Calcutta in 1937.
This is the book called "Bonninghausen" in the computer repertories. It is not really usable with the method outlined in the Therapeutic Pocket Book.
This commentary is reprinted from The Heritage of Homoeopathic Literature
Printed in India