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Author: Deane, Edmund, 1582?-1640.
Title: Spadacrene Anglica, the English spaw, or, The glory of Knaresborough: springing from several famous fountains there adjacent, called the vitrioll, sulphurous and dropping wels; and also other minerall waters. Their nature, physical use, situation, and many admirable cures being exactly exprest in the subsequent treatise of the learned Dr. Dean, and the sedulous observations of the ingenious Michael Stanhope Esquire. Wherein it is proved by reason and experience, that the vitrioline fountain is equall (and not inferiour) to the Germain spaw.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Spadacrene Anglica, the English spaw, or, The glory of Knaresborough: springing from several famous fountains there adjacent, called the vitrioll, sulphurous and dropping wels; and also other minerall waters. Their nature, physical use, situation, and many admirable cures being exactly exprest in the subsequent treatise of the learned Dr. Dean, and the sedulous observations of the ingenious Michael Stanhope Esquire. Wherein it is proved by reason and experience, that the vitrioline fountain is equall (and not inferiour) to the Germain spaw.
Deane, Edmund, 1582?-1640.

York: printed by Tho. Broad, and are to be sold in his shop in the lower end of Stonegate, near to the common hall gates, 1654.
Subject terms:
Mineral waters -- England
Medicine
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A82022.0001.001

Contents
title page
treatise
The English SPAW.
CHAP. I. Of the situation of the Town of Knaresborow.
CHAP. II. Of the severall earths, stones, and minerals, found neer and about this place.
CHAP. III. Of the fountains, of pure and simple waters, neer and about the Town.
CHAP. IV. Of five fountains near unto the town, which do parti∣cipate of mineral virtues.
CHAP. V. A more particular recitall of the first four wels.
CHAP. VI. A more particular description of the fifth, or last Foun∣tain, called the English Spaw.
CHAP. VII. Of the difference of this Fountain from those at the Spaw, to wit, Sauuenir, and Pouhon.
CHAP. VIII. That Vitrioll is here more predominant then any other Minerall.
CHAP. IX. Of the properties and effects of Vitrioll, according to the ancient and modern Writers.
CHAP. X. Of the effects which this Fountain worketh, and pro∣duceth in those who drink of it.
CHAP. XI. In what diseases the water of this Fountain is most usefull and beneficiall.
CHAP. XII. Of the necessity of preparing the body before the use of this water.
CHAP. XIII. At what time of the year, and at what houre of the day it is most fit and meet to drink this water.
CHAP. XIV. Of the manner of drinking this water, and the quantity thereof.
CHAP. XV. Of the manner of dyet to be observed by those, who shall use this water.
CHAP. XVI. Of the Symptomes or accidents, which may now and then chance to happen to some one or other in the use of this water.
A Relation of certain particular Cures, Done by vertue of Mineral waters, neer Knaresborow in the West-riding of the County of Yorkshire.