Of Wurzburg by rail, and at the junction of lines to Kissingen, Bamberg and Gemiinden.
Falckenstein moved forward again on the 8th, and on the 10th the Bavarians were again defeated in a series of actions around Kissingen, Waldaschach and Hammelburg.
Goeben, Treffen bei Kissingen and Gefecht bei Dermbach (Leipzig, 1870); H.
KISSINGEN, a town and watering-place of Germany, in the kingdom of Bavaria, delightfully situated in a broad valley surrounded by high and well-wooded hills, on the Franconian Saale, 656 ft.
At short distances from the town are the intermittent artesian spring Solensprudel, the Schonbornsprudel and the Theresienquelle; and in the same valley as Kissingen are the minor spas of Bocklet and Briickenau.
The waters of Kissingen are prescribed for both internal and external use in a great variety of diseases.
The salt springs were known in the 9th century, and their medicinal properties were recognized in the 16th, but it was only during the 19th century that Kissingen became a popular resort.
See Balling, Die Heilquellen and Bader zu Kissingen (Kissingen, 1886); A.
Sotier, Bad Kissingen (Leipzig, 1883); Werner, Bad Kissingen als Kurort (Berlin, 19021.); Leusser, Kissingen far Herzkranke (Wiirzburg, 1902); Diruf, Kissingen and seine Heilquellen (Wiirzburg, 1892); and Roth, Bad Kissingen (Warzburg, 1901).
The coal mines lie principally in the districts of Amberg, Kissingen, Steben, Munich and the Rhine Palatinate.
Notified his accession to the Prussian government in a courteous despatch; the interchange of letters was followed by a confidential discussion between Bismarc-k and Cardinal Franchi at Kissingen during the summer of 1878.
The waters in which chlorides form the purgative principle are those of Homburg, Kissingen, Wiesbaden and Baden Baden in Germany, and Bridge of Allan in Scotland.