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A tour through part of Virginia, in the summer of 1808. In a series of letters, including an account of Harper's Ferry, the Natural Bridge, the new discovery called Weir's cave, Monticello, and the different medicinal springs, hot and cold baths, visited by the author / [John Edwards Caldwell].
- Caldwell, John Edwards, 1769-1819
An epistle to Dr. Richard Mead, concerning the epidemical diseases of Virginia, particularly, a pleurisy and peripneumony: wherein is shewn the surprising efficacy of the Seneca rattle-snake root, in diseases owing to a viscidity and coagulation of the blood. Such as pleurisies and peripneumonies, these being epidemick, and very mortal in Virginia, and other colonies on the continent of America, and also the Lee-ward islands : to which is prefixt, a cut of that most valuable plant and an appendix annexed, demonstrating the highest probability, that this root will be of more extensive use than any medicine in the whole materia medica, and of curing the gout, rheumatism, dropsy, and many nervous diseases / by John Tennent.
- Tennent, John, 1710-1748
[America]. Pt. 10. Latin] Americæ pars decima. Qua continentur, I. Duæ nauigationes dn. Americi Vesputii ... II. Solida narratio de moderno provinciæ statu ... additâ historiâ ... quomodo Pokahuntas ... primori cuidam Anglo nupserit; à capitaneo Johanne Schmidt delineata: cui accessit discursus, quomodo in secunda navigatione à Gallis captus, anno 1616 demum liberatus fuerit / Omnia nunc primùm edita, atque in aæ incisis inconibus illustrata, sumptibus ac studio Johann-Theodori de Bry.
Virginia to wit. In the House of Delegates, Friday, December 21st, 1798. Resolved, that the General Assembly of Viginia doth unequivocally express a firm resolution to maintain and defend the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of this state ...
- Virginia. General Assembly.