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A treatise on the medicinal qualities of Bath waters
J. N. Stevens
by printed by E. Farley and Son: and sold by J. Leake and W. Frederick, Bath ; and C. Hitch, L. Haws, and M. Cooper, in London in Bristol
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 3775, no. 13).
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The following description is less long, and not quite so terrible as the first one. “I had the misfortune, in my tenderest youth, being, to the best of my remembrance, not above eight or ten years of age, to contract that pernicious habit of self-pollution, which very early ruined my constitution; but especially, for some years past, I find myself under an extraordinary oppression: my nerves. This influence is clearly evident in a treatise on the wonders of French rivers and springs, by the Lyonnais doctor Symphorien Champier, in which he relates the very different qualities and healing properties of a range of waters. 25 This underlying perception of the plurality of waters, and the language that went with it, began to change.
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Part I, Explains the Nature and Qualities of these Waters, as proved by Rational Experiments. Part II. Points out the various Diseases incident to human Nature, in which these Waters may be successfully used. The Causes of those Diseases, and the Operation of these Waters on the animal Humours and.
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Section XIV. Of the idea of necessary connection. (cont.) This contrary bias is easily accounted for. 'Tis a common observation, that the mind has a great propensity to spread itself on external objects, and to conjoin with them any internal impressions, which they occasion, and which always make their appearance at the same time that these objects discover themselves to the senses.
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It may be practiced for personal hygiene, religious ritual or therapeutic purposes. By analogy, especially as a recreational activity, the term is also applied to sun bathing and sea bathing. Bathing can take place in any situation where there is water, ranging from.A practical treatise on the Bath Waters.
Bath Stack, Richard William: physician: Medical Cases, Staker, John: Physician: Physician to Bath Gen Hospital and Governor Member of the 1st Bath Philosophical Society.
May not have been in active practice in Bath. Committed suicide. Bath Chronicle.