The Baths of Bathe: Or, a Necessary Compendious Treatise Concerning the Nature, VSE and Efficacie of Those Famous Hot Vvaters Published for the Benefit of All Such, as Yeerely for Their Health, Resort to Those Baths. by To. Venner. (1628) by Tobias Venner (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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