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Title: John Evans, his hummums is in Brownlow-Street in Drury-Lane, where persons may sweat to what degree they please, there being degrees of heat, and several appartments, fit and commodious for private sweating, bathing, and fine cupping ...
Author: Evans, John, quack.
Publication info: [London : s.n., after 1679]
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Title: In the Old-baily, next door to the sign of the Black-Bull, is a sweating-house for eighteen pence a time; where both men and women may be very well accomodated at convenient seasons. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for men; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays for women.
Publication info: [London : s.n., between 1680 and 1700]
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Title: Publique bathes purged. Or, A reply to Dr Chamberlain his Vindication of publique artificial bathes from the pretended objections and scandals obtruded on them.
Publication info: [London : s.n.], Printed in the year, 1648.
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Title: A paper delivered in by Dr. Alston, Dr. Hamens, Dr. Bates, Dr. Micklethwait on Monday the 16. of October, 1648, to the Honorable Committee for Bathes and Bath-stoves from the Colledge of Physitians in London ; together with an answer thereunto by Peter Chamberlen, Dr. in Physick and fell. of the said colledge.
Author: Royal College of Physicians of London. Committee for Baths and Bath-stoves.
Publication info: London printed : [s.n.], 1648.
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Title: Fax fonte accensa, fire out of water: or, An endeavour to kindle devotion, from the consideration of the fountains God hath made: Designed for the benefit of those who use the waters of Tunbridg-Wells, the Bath, Epsom, Scarborough, Chigwell, Astrop, Northall, &c. Two sermons preached at New Chappel by Tunbridg-Wells. With devout meditations of Cardinal Bellarmin upon fountains of waters. Also some form of meditations, prayers, and thanksgivings, suited to the occasion. By Anthony Walker, D.D.
Author:  Walker, Anthony, d. 1692.
Publication info: London : printed for Nathaniel Ranew at the King's-Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCLXXXV. [1685]
subjects: [Mineral waters -- Therapeutic use] [Baths -- England] [Meditations]
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