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account of the most frequented watering places on the continent
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Excerpt from An Account of the Most Frequented Watering Places on the Continent, and of the Medicinal Application of Their Mineral Springs: With Tables of Analysis, and an Appendix on English Mineral Waters Darstellung der bekannten Heilquellen Europas, as the work to Author: Edwin Lee. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy An Account of the Most Frequented Watering Places on the Continent at Relhan also published a book on mineral springs in and that led to increased public interest in drinking chalybeate mineral water that could be obtained from places like Tunbridge Wells, where people like Eliza de Feuillide (Jane Austen‘s cousin), frequented, or Aix-la-Chapelle visited in the late s by the Princesse de Lamballe, who.
Language: English Notes: 1st ed. has title: An account of the most frequented watering places on the continent; 2d ed. has title: The baths of Germany. Contents: v. The baths of Rhenish Germany. NLM ID: R[Book]. Dr. Edwin Lee is an author and international speaker who - thanks in part to his groundbreaking insight in his field, and his many significant presentations at major medical conferences around the world - is a respected proponent and authority on hormonal balance and wellness, and a leader in defining the future of regenerative and functional medicine.
Title(s): An account of the most frequented watering places on the continent and of the medicinal application of their mineral springs. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, An ACCOUNT of the MOST FREQUENTED WATERING-PLACES on the CONTINENT, and of the Medicinal Application of the MineralSprings.
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Full text of "The spas of Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, France, and Italy: a hand-book of the principal watering places on the continent: descriptive of their nature and uses in the treatment of chronic diseases, especially gout, rheumatism, and dyspepsia: with notices of spa life, and incidents in travel" See other formats.
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Formerly, the camel-merchants travelled in the night, directing their course by observing the stars, and, like mariners, carried with them a supply of water. But now watering-places are provided: water is also obtained by digging to a great depth, and rain-water is found, although rain rarely falls, which is also collected in reservoirs.
Full text of "A Guide to the Healthiest and Most Beautiful Watering Places in the British " See other formats. The Mersey is to Liverpool what the Thames is to London—the grand channel of mercantile prosperity—the main artery that carries health and vigour into the heart of the city, and thence distributes them by a thousand ramifications through all classes of the community.
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Hey. It’s Ania here from Snow to Seas. Like others have already mentioned, what you think is “exciting” depends on your interests. However, I will still make some suggestions. Almost a year ago, I took a trip to Lisbon and a couple of other areas. a hand-book for travellers on the continent, being a guide through holland, belgium, and along the rhine, from holland to switzerland.
containing descriptions of the principal cities, their museums, picture galleries, etc. the great high roads, the most interesting and picturesque districts, and the most frequented baths and watering places.Antoine Simon le Page du Pratz.
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Translated from the French Of M. Le PAGE Du PRATZ; With ſome .Yes, Dubai could be a good choice depending on your idea of a vacation. But before that, i would like to inform that it is not a backpacker's heaven. The temperature is kind of on the wrong end of the thermometer.
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