LUXEUIL LES BAINS
\lˈʌksjuːˌɪl lˈɛs bˈe͡ɪnz], \lˈʌksjuːˌɪl lˈɛs bˈeɪnz], \l_ˈʌ_k_s_j_uː_ˌɪ_l l_ˈɛ_s b_ˈeɪ_n_z]\
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Saline, and chalybeate-manganic waters. The saline springs register from 48Â° F. to 125Â° F.; the others, 80Â° F. to 84Â°F. Eleven springs. Used by drinking and bathing in anemia, nervous affections, debility, rheumatism, especially intestinal rheumatism, paralysis, gastralgia, chronic constipation, and diseases of women. June 10 to September 30.
By Stedman, Thomas Lathrop
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