5 edition of Letters descriptive of the Virginia springs found in the catalog.
|Statement||collected, corrected, annotated, and edited by Peregrine Prolix.|
|LC Classifications||F235.S7 N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||248|
The Ellett Family Papers were acquired by Special Collections in Biographical Information Robert Thaddeus Ellett served as an assistant surgeon in the Confederate States Army from to , at which time he was assigned to a hospital in Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, Virginia. Scope and Content Note. The collection consists of letters of Edwin D. Tuttle from , with most from Tuttle's letters to his family document his Civil War service in Virginia and points on the south Atlantic coast in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
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This exhibit showcases a number of original nineteenth-century letters and documents, housed in Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, that relate to the 11 springs (Warm, Hot, Sweet, Red-Sweet, White Sulphur, Red Sulphur, Salt Sulphur, Blue Sulphur, Daggers’ or Dibrell’s, Rockbridge Alum, and Fauquier White Sulphur) that Dr.
William Burke wrote about in the second edition of. Title Letters descriptive of the Virginia springs; Contributor Names Nicklin, Philip Houlbrooke, Created / Published.
Get this from a library. Letters descriptive of the Virginia springs book descriptive of the Virginia springs: the roads leading thereto, and the doings thereat. [Philip Houlbrooke Nicklin]. Letters Publishers' advertisements: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nicklin, Philip Holbrook, Letters descriptive of the Virginia springs.
Philadelphia, Tanner, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Philip Houlbrooke Nicklin. Letters Descriptive of the Virginia Springs: The Roads Leading Thereto, and the Doings Thereat by Philip Holbrook ] [NicklinPages: In his review of Letters Descriptive of the Virginia Springs in the August issue of the Southern Literary Messenger, Edgar Allan Poe noted that Every person about to pay a visit to our Springs, should read the book of course--and every person not about to pay them a visit, should most especially read it that he may have the pleasure of.
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Creator. Letters descriptive of the Virginia springs; the roads leading thereto, and the doings threat. Also available in digital form. Contributor: Nicklin, Philip Houlbrooke. Letters descriptive of the Virginia springs; the roads leading thereto, and the doings thereat.
(Philadelphia, H. Tanner, ), by Philip Houlbrooke Nicklin (page images at HathiTrust) Physical survey of Virginia. Her resources, climate and productions. Preliminary report. By M. Maury. With notes and additions by his son. July 1. The Virginia springs with their analysis: and some remarks on their character, together with a directory for the use of the white sulphur water, and an account of the diseases to which it is applicable: to which is added, a review of a portion of Wm.
Burke's book on The mineral springs of western Virginia, etc. I N our late notice of a Pleasant Peregrination through the Prettiest Parts of Pennsylvania, we had occasion to mention in high terms of commendation these Letters Descriptive of the Virginia them now advertised (very opportunely) as for sale in the city of Richmond, we take the liberty of calling attention more particularly to their merits.
Letters descriptive of the Virginia Springs the roads leading thereto, and the doings thereat / by: Prolix, Peregrine, Published: () The White Sulphur papers, or, Life at the springs of western Virginia by: Pencil, Mark.
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4 copper plate maps (1 doubl. page), hand outline color. Orig. marbled wraps. Superb condition. Using the Collections. As the commonwealth's library at the seat of government and the state archives, the Library of Virginia's collections of books, periodicals, government publications, newspapers, architectural drawings and plans, manuscripts, archival records, maps, rare books, prints and photographs, and fine art are unsurpassed in depth and scope.Philip Houlbrooke Nicklin ( – 2 March ) was an American bookseller, publisher and writer.
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