A Treatise on the Bath Waters: Wherein are Discover'd, the Several Principles of which They are Compos'd; the Cause of Their Heat; and the Manner of Their Production. By Rice Charleton, of Bath, M.B. F.R.S
T. Boddely. And sold by J. Leake, and W. Frederick, in Bath; R. Dodsley, in London; and J. Fletcher, in Oxford, 1754 - 74 pages
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