Marc

Leader: 01967nam a2200325 c 4500
Tag Value
FMT
BK
Control No.
MNG70014983
Control No. ID
IT-MiFBE
Date and Time
20160328121708.0
Phys.Descrip.
ta                    
Fixed Data
151214s1702    -uk           00  0 eng d
Tag Ind1 Ind2 Code Value
Nat.Bib. Cno. 2 ItRI
System No. a (IT-MiFBE)IA2069
Catal. Source a IT-MiFBE
b ita
c IT-MiFBE
e reicat
Local subject a Storia della Medicina
Language Code 0 a eng
Country Code a -uk
Dewey No. 0 4 a 615.853
q IT-MiFBE
2 WebDewey
Personal Name 1 a Floyer, John
d 1649-1734
4 aut
9 20750
Uniform Title 0 0 a Enquiry into the right use and abuses of hot, cold, and temperate baths in England
Main Title 1 0 a The ancient psychrolousia revived: or, an essay to prove cold bathing both safe and useful. In four letters. Letter 1. Concerning the antiquity of religious and medicinal immersion. Letter 2. An account given of Hippocrates's opinion, concerning the nature of cold baths, and their usefulness. Letter 3. The ancient immersion in baptism is described, and that it continued in England, till about the year 1600, and was also useful to cure many infirmities in infants and prevent hereditary diseases, is clearly proved. Letter 4. Describing some remarkable cures done anciently or lately by cold bathing. By Sir John Floyer K. M. D. Also a letter of Dr. Baynard's, containing an account of many eminent cures done by the cold baths in England. Toghether with a short discourse of the wonderful virtues of the bath-waters on decayed stomachs, drank hot from the pump
Varying Title 3 0 a An essay to prove cold bathing both safe and useful
Imprint a London
b printed for Sam. Smith and Benj. Walford, at the Prince's arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard
c 1702
Physical Des. a [24], 328 p.
c
General Note a Segn.: A8 b4 B-X8 Y4
Subject-Top.Trm 7 a Idroterapia
x Sec. 17.
2 nsbncf
9 20751
A.E. Pers. Name 1 a Baynard, Edward
d 1641-
4 aut
9 20752
A.E. Corp. Name 0 a Smith, Samuel & Walford, Benjamin
4 pbl
9 16131
751 a London
2 tng
4 pup
Form.Cont.Note 0 a Coperta -- Guardia -- Frontespizio -- To the right worshipful the Royal College of physicians, London -- The ancient psychrolousia revived -- The antiquity of the religious and medicinal immersion Letter I. To the learned physician, Dr. William Gibbons -- Letter II. To the learned physician, Dr. Phineas Fowke, Containing Hippocrates's opinion, concerning the nature of cold baths, and their usefulness -- Letter III. Concerning the ancient immersion of infants in baptism, and the benefit thereof in curing many of their infirmities, and the preventing hereditary diseases -- Letter IV. Concerning some remarkable cures done formely, or lately performed by cold bathing -- A postscript to the letter, in which many considerable things which were omitted, are mentioned -- A letter from Dr. Baynard in London, to Sir John Floyer, Kt. In Litchfield, concerning cold immersion, etc. -- From Mr. Mott to Major Hanbury. Bewdly, June 3 1701 -- To the ingenious and learned physician, Dr. Baynard -- Errata -- Guardia -- Coperta
Restrict. Note 0 a Opera liberamente accessibile
f Unrestricted online access
2 star
Pref. Cit. Note a The ancient psychrolousia revived: or, an essay to prove cold bathing both safe and useful. In four letters. Letter 1. Concerning the antiquity of religious and medicinal immersion. Letter 2. An account given of Hippocrates's opinion, concerning the nature of cold baths, and their usefulness. Letter 3. The ancient immersion in baptism is described, and that it continued in England, till about the year 1600, and was also useful to cure many infirmities in infants and prevent hereditary diseases, is clearly proved. Letter 4. Describing some remarkable cures done anciently or lately by cold bathing. By Sir John Floyer K. M. D. Also a letter of Dr. Baynard's, containing an account of many eminent cures done by the cold baths in England. Toghether with a short discourse of the wonderful virtues of the bath-waters on decayed stomachs, drank hot from the pump. - London : printed for Sam. Smith and Benj. Walford, at the Prince's arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1702. - [24], 328 p. ; 8°. ((Segn.: A8 b4 B-X8 Y4
Reprod. Note a Electronic reproduction
b San Francisco, California
c Internet Archive
Non-MARC Info a London : printed for Sam. Smith and Benj. Walford, at the Prince's arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1702. - [24], 328 p. ; 8°
2 local