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QUESTIONS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, IN RELATION TO MALIGNANT CHOLERA, WITH THE ANSWERS OF THE SPECIAL MEDICAL COUNCIL: TOGETHER WITH A REPORT UPON THE CAUSES OF THE CESSATION OF CHOLERA AT BELLEVUE. PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH.

Peter Van Pelt, New York: 1832 14, [2 blanks] pp. Stitched, scattered dustsoil, untrimmed, Good+. The Special Medical Council answers questions about New York City's epidemic of Malignant Cholera: its prevention, mitigation, appropriate public health procedures. "All local sources of impure exhalations, such as privies, sinks, sewers, pools of water, should be cleansed; the dwellings of the poor should be thoroughly cleansed and whitewashed; they should be prevented from congregating in large numbers; and crowded houses should be emptied." At Bellevue, the Council says, constant vigilance and precaution have curbed the disease. FIRST EDITION. Not in AI, Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker. OCLC 864111721 [1- BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPANA] as of December 2016.


Book Id: 15336

Price: $375.00

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