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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1770. Excerpt: ... SECT. IV. OF CHALYBEATE WATERS CONTAINING SEA SALT. 'TpH ERE are very few chalybeate waters which are entirely free from sea salt; but we shall only at present consider, some of those in which it has been found to be the most prevailing salt. In general the sea salt is in such small quantity, as not to give any taste to the water, or to produce any sensible effects j though in some few, it is in such large quantity, as to give a salt taste, and even to act as a purgative medicine. Those we shall ENGLISH. COBHAM. TUNBRIDGE. BUXTON. MILLAR'S SPAW. LATHAM. TIBSHELF. WITHAM. consider at present are, CHIPPENHAM. LANCASTER. WHITE ACRE. WEST ASHTON. CAWTHORP. DERBY. WETHERSLACK. FILAH. STANGER. SCOTCH. SCOTCH. DUNSE. IRISH. CASTLECONNEL-TRALEE. 'GRANSHAW. NEWTON STEWART. GALWAY. FRENCH. FORGES. CAEN. C O B H A M, In the county of Surrey, Is a light water, rather a stronger chalybeate than the Tunbridge, but yields less of a solid matter by evaporation; a gallon only affording seven grains, which is mostly ochre, with a small pittance of sea salt. TUNBRIDGE, In the county of Kent, Is at present one of the most famed chalybeate waters in England, and the most resorted to of any, though it does not seem to be preferable to many hundreds in this kingdom. It is a brisk light water, impregnated with iron, by means of a volatile vitriolic acid; it tastes ferruginous; mixed with Z 2 syrup syrup of violets, it at first produces little alteration of colour, but soon begins to change to a green: Dr. Lucas says, it does not dissolve any of the filings of iron; but when fresh, causes an ebullition with acids. It decomposes a little the solution of soap, but mixes smoothly with milk. Exposed to the open air, it soon loses its chalybeate qualities, as it does in a few days, af...

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Buchbeschreibung General Books. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 78 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.3in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1770. Excerpt: . . . SECT. IV. OF CHALYBEATE WATERS CONTAINING SEA SALT. TpH ERE are very few chalybeate waters which are entirely free from sea salt; but we shall only at present consider, some of those in which it has been found to be the most prevailing salt. In general the sea salt is in such small quantity, as not to give any taste to the water, or to produce any sensible effects j though in some few, it is in such large quantity, as to give a salt taste, and even to act as a purgative medicine. Those we shall ENGLISH. COBHAM. TUNBRIDGE. BUXTON. MILLARS SPAW. LATHAM. TIBSHELF. WITHAM. consider at present are, CHIPPENHAM. LANCASTER. WHITE ACRE. WEST ASHTON. CAWTHORP. DERBY. WETHERSLACK. FILAH. STANGER. SCOTCH. SCOTCH. DUNSE. IRISH. CASTLECONNEL-TRALEE. GRANSHAW. NEWTON STEWART. GALWAY. FRENCH. FORGES. CAEN. C O B H A M, In the county of Surrey, Is a light water, rather a stronger chalybeate than the Tunbridge, but yields less of a solid matter by evaporation; a gallon only affording seven grains, which is mostly ochre, with a small pittance of sea salt. TUNBRIDGE, In the county of Kent, Is at present one of the most famed chalybeate waters in England, and the most resorted to of any, though it does not seem to be preferable to many hundreds in this kingdom. It is a brisk light water, impregnated with iron, by means of a volatile vitriolic acid; it tastes ferruginous; mixed with Z 2 syrup syrup of violets, it at first produces little alteration of colour, but soon begins to change to a green: Dr. Lucas says, it does not dissolve any of the filings of iron; but when fresh, causes an ebullition with acids. It decomposes a little the solution of soap, but mixes smoothly with milk. Exposed to the open air, it soon loses its chalybeate qualities, as it does in a few days, af. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781235633225

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