3 edition of An Analysis of the mineral water from the Plantagenet spring found in the catalog.
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An Analysis of the mineral water from the Plantagenet spring: with certificates testifying to its superior qualities as a preventative and a cure in many cases of approaching and contracted disease. An Analysis of the mineral water from the Plantagenet spring [electronic resource]: with certificates testifying to its superior qualities as a preventative and a cure in many cases of approaching and contracted disease.
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There are two methods of securing the mineral springs of this locality: the first is shown at Fig. 2, and consists Fig. in excavating to an extent of twenty or thirty feet square surrounding the spot where indications of mineral water are observed, and extending downward through the various drift-formations until the underlying rock is.
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