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Author: Simpson, William, M.D.
Title: Hydrological essayes, or, A vindication of hydrologia chymica being a further discovery of the Scarbrough spaw, and of the right use thereof, and of the sweet spaw and sulpherwell at Knarsbrough : with a brief account of the allom works at Whitby : together with a return to some queries, propounded by the ingenious Dr. Dan Foot, concerning mineral waters : to which is annexed, an answer to Dr. Tunstal's book, concerning the Scarbrough spaw : with an appendix of the anatomy of the German spaw, and lastly, observations on the dissection of a woman who died of the jaundice, all grounded upon reason and experiment / William Simpson ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Hydrological essayes, or, A vindication of hydrologia chymica being a further discovery of the Scarbrough spaw, and of the right use thereof, and of the sweet spaw and sulpherwell at Knarsbrough : with a brief account of the allom works at Whitby : together with a return to some queries, propounded by the ingenious Dr. Dan Foot, concerning mineral waters : to which is annexed, an answer to Dr. Tunstal's book, concerning the Scarbrough spaw : with an appendix of the anatomy of the German spaw, and lastly, observations on the dissection of a woman who died of the jaundice, all grounded upon reason and experiment / William Simpson ...
Simpson, William, M.D.

London: Printed by J.D. for Richard Chiswel ..., 1670.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Written in reply to Robert Witty's Pyrologia mimica.
Subject terms:
Wittie, Robert, -- 1613?-1684. -- Pyrologia mimica.
Tonstall, George, -- b. 1616 or 17. -- Scarbrough spaw spagyrically anatomized.
Foot, Daniel.
Mineral waters -- Great Britain.
Hydrotherapy -- Early works to 1800.
Health resorts -- Great Britain.
Liver -- Diseases -- Early works to 1800.
Human dissection -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60268.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE EPISTLE TO THE READER.
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Hydrological Essayes: OR, A VINDICATION OF Hydrologia Chymica.
A brief Account of the Anom-Works At WHITBY.
A Supplement to the Sweet-Spaw At KNARSBROUGH.
A further Account of the Sulphur-Well At KNARSBROUGH.
A return to some Reflections and Queries, made on the enlarged account of my Antagonists Answer to Hydrologia Chymica, in the Philosophical Trans∣actions of the Royal Society, Numb. 51. chiefly concerning the cause of the sudden loss of the Vertues of Mi∣neral-Waters; by the Learned Dr. Daniel Foot.
THE Epilogue, or Conclusion, BEING Some Reflections upon the most material Pas∣sages, and considerable Experiments, in a late Treatise writ by Dr. Tunstal, concer∣ning the Scarbrough-Spaw, being an Ex∣tract thereof, with a return thereto: where a way is propounded for preventing all in∣conveniencies which may happen to those who drink of the Scarbrough-Spaw.
A Method Prescribed For the right use of the Scarbiough-Water.
An APPENDIX Concerning the Anatomy of the GERMAN Spaw-Water.
Observations on the dissection of a Woman who dyed of the Jaundice.