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Author: Simpson, William, M.D.
Title: The history of Scarbrough-Spaw, or, A further discovery of the excellent vertues thereof in the cure of the scurvy, hypochond. melancholy, stone, gonorrhea, agues, jaundies, dropsie, womens diseases, &c. By many remarkable instances, being a demonstration from the most convincing arguments, viz. matter of fact. Also a discourse of an artificial sulphur-bath, and each of sea-water, with the uses thereof in the cure of many diseases. Together with a short account of other rarities of nature observable at Scarbrough. By W. Sympson doct. in physick.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The history of Scarbrough-Spaw, or, A further discovery of the excellent vertues thereof in the cure of the scurvy, hypochond. melancholy, stone, gonorrhea, agues, jaundies, dropsie, womens diseases, &c. By many remarkable instances, being a demonstration from the most convincing arguments, viz. matter of fact. Also a discourse of an artificial sulphur-bath, and each of sea-water, with the uses thereof in the cure of many diseases. Together with a short account of other rarities of nature observable at Scarbrough. By W. Sympson doct. in physick.
Simpson, William, M.D.

London: printed for Tho. Simmons at the Princes Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1679.
Alternate titles: History of Scarbrough-Spaw Further discovery of the excellent vertues thereof in the cure of the scurvy, hypochond. Melancholy, stone, gonorrhea, agues, jaundies, dropsie, womens diseases, &c.
Notes:
Text is continuous despite pagination.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Mineral waters -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Diseases -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60266.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the most Noble and most Honourable CHARLES PAWLET; Marquess of Winchester, Earl of Wilt-shire, Baron St. John of Basing, &c. one of the Lords of his Majesties most Ho∣nourable Council.
THE PREFACE.
THE HISTORY OF Scarbrough-Spaw.
Cures of the Scurvy by the Waters.
Major Taylor's case of the Scur∣vy cured a second time by the Waters.
My Lady Carey her case.
A Fourth cure.
The Fifth is Sir John Anderson's Case given in a letter under his own hand to Dr. Whittie.
The Sixth cure of the Scurvy.
A Seventh cure of the Scurvy.
The Eighth cure of the Scurvy.
The Ninth cure of the Scurvy.
The Tenth case
1 Scorbutick Cholera.
2 Scorbutick Cholera.
3 Scorbutick Cholera.
4 Scorbutick Cholera.
The Fourteenth cure.
The Fitfteenth cure.
The Sixteenth cure.
The Seventeenth cure, viz. a Scor∣butick Heart-burn.
The Eighteenth cure.
Scorbutick Cholick.
Scorbutick-Stone-Collick.
Scorbutick Diarrhea or loosness.
Scorbutick Gripes.
Scorbutick Dysentery or Bloody-flux.
The twenty fourth Cure.
Scorbutick pissing of blood.
Scorbutick Rheumatisme.
A Scorbutick Cattarrhe.
Scorbutick Erisipela's.
Scorbutick Ʋlcer.
Scorbutick Elephantiasis.
Leprous Scurvy.
Scorbutick Hemorrhoids.
Scorbutick Hermorrhoids.
Melancholy or the Hypochondriacal Flatus.
Mr. Woodyears Case, a Gentleman in York.
The second cure.
The Third Cure.
The Fourth Cure.
The Fifth Cure.
The Sixth Cure.
The Seventh Cure.
The Eighth Cure
The Ninth Cure.
The Tenth Cure.
The Stone.
The First Case.
The Second Case.
The Third Case.
The Fourth Case.
The Fifth Case.
The Sixth Case.
The Seventh Case
The Eighth Case.
The Ninth Case.
The Tenth Case.
The Eleventh Case.
The Reliques of a Clap.
The Gonorrhea.
The first Instance.
The second Instance.
Agues.
The first.
The second.
The third.
The Jaundies.
The First Cure.
The Second Cure.
The Third Cure.
The Fourth Cure.
The Dropsie.
The First Cure.
The Second Cure.
The Third Cure.
Worms.
The First Cure.
The second cure.
Womens Diseases.
The first Case
The Second Case.
The Third Case.
The Fourth Case.
The Fifth Case.
An Imposthume.
A Discourse of an Arti∣ficial Sulphur-Bath, and Bath of Sea-water, with the uses thereof in the Cure of several Di∣seases.
The Rarities observable at Scarbrough.