An essay on the utility of sea bathing, in preserving health, and as a remedy in disease : especially in nervous, scrophulous, bilious, liver, and cutaneous complaints with directions for employing the warm, cold, vapour, shower, and medicated baths. Also, observations on mineral waters, natural and artificial / by John W. Williams.
- Williams, John W. (Surgeon)
General Kent & Canterbury Hospital. His grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, president. John Toke, Esq. Rev. J. Cha. Beckingham, auditors. Richard Milles, Esq. treasurer. John Cantis, Esq. assistant treasurer. Rev. William Chasy, chaplain. Dr. Christopher Packe Dr. William Carter, Jun. physicians. Mr. John Williamion Mr. William Chandler Mr. Thomas Clowes Mr. John Peirce Mr. John Drew surgeons. Mr. Edward Scudamore, superintending apothecary. Mr. W.M. Bethell, house apothecary and secretary. Mrs. Mary Thoronton, matron. The physicians, surgeons and superintending apothecary, generously give their attedance gratis. Report of the state of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital, by the auditors, for the year 1795.
- General Kent and Canterbury Hospital.