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A short history of Brighthelmston, with remarks on its air, and an analysis of its waters, particularly of an uncommon mineral one long discovered, though but lately used.
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A short history of Brighthelmston: with remarks on its air, and an analysis of its waters, particularly of an uncommon mineral one long discovered, though but lately used.
Author Relhan, Anthony, A short history of Brighthelmston.: With remarks on its air, and an analysis of its waters, particularly of an uncommon mineral one, long discovered, though but lately used.
By Anthony Relhan, M.D. fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland. Anthony Relhan (c. –), promoted the drinking of mineral waters and particularly water from the chalybeate spring in St Anne's Well Gardens, Hove and published A Short History of Brighthelmstone; with Remarks on its Air, an Analysis of its Waters, Particularly of an uncommon Mineral one, long discovered, though but lately used in The air of the east p.
9 division is bracing, and likewise exempt from the saline particles which impregnate the atmosphere of the lower part of the town, a district which differs but little from any inland town in a low situation, and possesses none of the quality called bracing. Fogs, night and morning, frequently hang about the middle.
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