Hydrologia chymica: or, The chymical anatomy of the Scarbrough, and other spaws in York-Shire

Publication Date1669
RemainderWherein are interspersed, some animadversions upon Dr. Wittie's lately published treatise of the Scarbrough-spaw. Also, a short description of the spaws at Malton and Knarsbrough And a discourse concerning the original of hot springs and other fountains: with the causes and cures of most of the stubbornest diseases (either chronical or acute) incident to the body of man. Also, a vindication of chymical physick; where a probable way is propounded for the improvement of experimental philosophy: with a digression concerning an universal character. Likewise a short account of the principles of all concretes, whether vegetable, animal or mineral. Lastly, is subjoyned an appendix of the original of springs; with the author's ternary of medicines: and the epilogue to the whole, of the essence of the Scarbrough-spaw. By W. Simpson, Philo-Chymico-Medicus
Extent[20], 374 p., [2] leaves of plates
Publisherprinted by W[illiam]. G[odbid]. for Richard Chiswel at the Two Angels and Crown in Little-Brittain



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