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New experiments and observations upon mineral waters: directing their farther use for the preservation of health, and the cure of diseases / by Friderick Hoffman. Extracted from his several essays upon this subject and illustrated with notes. To which is added, by way of appendix, an enquiry into the contents, virtues and uses of the Scarborough spaw-waters; with farther directions for examining any other mineral water. By Peter Shaw.
- Hoffmann, Friedrich, 1660-1742.
A dissertation on the use of sea-water in the glands. Particularly the scurvy, jaundice, king's-evil, leprosy, and the glandular consumption / Translated from the Latin of Richard Russel. By an eminent physician. To which is added a translation of Dr. Speed's Commentary on sea water. As also an account of the nature, properties, and uses of all the remarkable mineral waters in Great Britain.
- Russell, Richard, 1687-1759.
A collection of all the papers, relative to the alleged adulteration of the Cheltenham waters : without comment or observation, leaving it entirely to the dispassionate reader to make his observations thereon : containing Dr. Neale's letter ... . To which is added a reply by James McCabe.
- McCabe, James, active 1810-1839. Reply to Dr. Neale's pamphlet, respecting the nature and properties of the mineral wells of Cheltenham.