A practical dissertation on Bath-waters. I. Of the antiquity of Bath and its waters. II. The origin of Springs. III. Of the ingredients in the waters. IV. The cause of their heat. V. Of drinking the waters, and bathing and directions in both. VI. Of the virtues of Bath-waters in particular. VII. That they are of great use in the gout. VIII. That they are extraordinary good in womens and childrens cases. IX. That the city of Bath is very healthy. X. Of cold bathing. To which is added, A relation of a very extraordinary sleeper near Bath

by William Oliver

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Main Author: Oliver, William, 1659-1716.
Associated Names: Hitch, Charles, -1764 (Bookseller), Leake, James, -1764 (Bookseller)
Format: Book
Published: London : Printed for James Leake, bookseller in Bath; and sold by Mr. Hitch, bookseller in London, 1747.
Edition:4th ed.
Physical Description:xvi,199,[1]p ; 18 cm (8vo)
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England -- London.
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General note:With a half-title.
With added title page: A relation of a very extraordinary sleepy person at Tinsbury near Bath.
Citation / References note:ESTC, T65277
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