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41. A treatise on the mineral waters of Harrogate by Garnett, Thomas, 1766-1802 Publication: London J. Johnson, T. Knott, G. Mudie,and E. Hargrove 1792 . x,168 (1) pages 22cm Availability: No items available:
42. A Treatise on the Mineral Waters of Harrogate, containing the history of these waters, their chemical analysis, medical properties, and plain directions for their use. by Garnett, Thomas, 1766-1802 Publication: Leeds Thomas Gill 1799 . xiv, 163, 6 pages 21cm Availability: No items available:
43. A treatise on the yellow fever, as it appeared in the island of Dominica, in the years 1793-4-5-6. by Clark, James, d.1819 Publication: London Printed for J. Murray and S. Highley 1797 . vi,(2),168 pages 23cm Availability: No items available:
44. Tyrocinium chymicum e naturae fonte et manuali experientia depromptum. by Beguin, Jean Publication: Cologne Antonium Boetzerum 1612 . (14), 195 pages 12cm Availability: No items available:
45. An essay on the chemical analysis and medicinal properties of soda water and other artificial acidulated mineral waters by Clarke, Sir Arthur, [1773]-1857 Publication: Dublin Ruth Paisley 1803 . pp. 37 18cm Availability: No items available:
46. An essay towards the natural, experimental and medicinal history of the mineral waters of Ireland. by Rutty, John, 1697-1775 Publication: Dublin None given 1757 . pp. ix, 478 20cm Availability: No items available:
47. Natural mineral waters: their properties and uses   Publication: London Ingram & Royle 1886 . pp. 68 23cm Availability: No items available:
48. Pyrmont, its chalybeate and saline springs and the complaints alleviated by their use by Valentiner, Theodor Publication: Leipzig F.A. Brockhaus 1864 . pp. 88 22cm Availability: No items available:
49. A short history of Brighthelmston with remarks on its air and an analysis of its waters. particularly of an uncommon mineral ore, long discovered, though but lately used by Relhan, Anthony, 1715-1776 Publication: London W. Johnston 1829 . pp. 75 19cm Availability: No items available:
50. A treatise on the most celebrated mineral waters of Ireland containing an account of the waters of Ballyspellan, Castleconnel, Ballynahinch, Mallow, Lucan, Swadlinbar, Goldenbridge, Kilmainham, &c. &c. : and of the spa lately discovered at Brownstown, near Kilkenny, with plain directions during the use of mineral waters and an account of some of those diseases in which they are most useful by Ryan, Michael, 1800-1841 Publication: Kilkenny J. Reynolds 1824 . pp. 45 23cm Availability: No items available: