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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Cures vvithout care, or A summons to all such who finde little or no helpe by the use of ordinary physick to repaire to the northerne Spaw Wherein by many presidents of a few late yeares, it is evidenced to the world, that infirmities in their owne nature desperate and of long continuance have received perfect recovery, by vertue of minerall waters neare Knaresborow in the West-riding of Yorkeshire. Also a description of the said water, and of other rare and usefull springs adjoyning, the nature and efficacie of the minerals contained in them, with other not impertinent notes. Faithfully collected for the publique good by M. St.Date of publication:
1632Author(s):Description:Dedication signed: Mich. Stanhope. Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.This item contains 4 files (204.99 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Nevves out of York-shire: or, an account of a iovrney, in the true discovery of a soueraigne minerall, medicinall water, in the West-Riding of Yorke-shire, neere an ancient towne called Knaresbrough, not inferiour to the spa in Germany Also a taste of other minerall waters of seuerall natures adioyning. By M.S.Date of publication:
1627Author(s):Description:M.S. = Michael Stanhope. Printer's name from STC. Formerly STC 23227. Appears as STC 23227 (British Library copy) and STC 23228 (Bodleian Library copy) on UMI microfilm reels 1009 and 1188. Reproductions of the originals ...This item contains 4 files (171.31 KB).Publicly Available