GREEN MOUNTAIN SPRING
We continue to receive and read with much pleasure this little journal of the Water-Cure treatment in America, ably sustained and illustrated by Dr. Robert Wesselhoeft. We understand that Dr. W.’s establishment at Brattleboro’ is much enlarged and on a better footing than the first Summer, when, under every disadvantage that attends the early stages of such an experiment, it was thronged with patients, a large number of whom derived satisfaction from the trial. Hydropathy will have its day, despite of all cavil.*
“Green Mountain Spring,” New-York Daily Tribune, 8 August 1846, p. 1.