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Experimental observations on the water of the mineral spring near Islington

Experimental observations on the water of the mineral spring near Islington

commonly called New Turnbridge Wells

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Published by Robinson in London .
Written in English


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Statement(Anon.).
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. ;
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20147476M

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Experimental observations on the water of the mineral spring near Islington; commonly called New Tunbridge Wells: tending, as well to explain and illustrate the general nature of chalybeat waters; [Multiple Contributors, See Notes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Experimental observations on the water of the mineral spring near Islington; commonly Author: See Notes Multiple Contributors.

Experimental observations on the water of the mineral spring near Islington: commonly called New Tunbridge Wells: tending, as well to explain and illustrate the general nature of chalybeat waters ; as to demonstrate, from an obvious Comparison of its qualities with those of the Spa and Tunbridge Waters, made by an accurate Examination, that it is absolutely of the same Species with them, but greatly.

Experimental observations on the water of the mineral spring near Islington: commonly called New Tunbridge Wells: tending as well to explain and illustrate the general nature of chalybeat waters, as to demonstrate, from its obvious Comparison of its Qualities with those of the Spa and Tunbridge Waters, made by an accurate Examination, that it is absolutely of the same Species with them, but greatly.

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