A new, plain and rational treatise on the true nature and uses of the Bath waters

by Graham, James

Publisher: R. Cruttwell in Bath

Written in English
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ESTC T28057.

Statement[James Graham]
The Physical Object
Pagination2 unnumbered leaves, 43 pages ;
Number of Pages43
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