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  • A treatise on asiatic cholera / edited and prepared by Edmund Charles Wendt ; in association with John C. Peters [and others].
  • A group of doctors parade a dummy with a skeleton's head representing cholera: a group of people run screaming from it. Coloured lithograph by H. Heath, 1832.
  • An allegory of cholera mortality. Etching by A. Burdet after A. Raffet.
  • Saint Mary (the Blessed Virgin) with the Christ Child and Saint Gaetano, Saint Roch, Saint Martha, and Saint Januarius with scenes from a cholera epidemic below. Lithograph by F. Apicella, ca. 1884.
  • Visitors to the gardens of the Horticultural Society of London in Chiswick, among whom is a man who rushes off believing he has an attack of the cholera. Coloured etching by H. Heath, 1831.
  • Cholera Hospital, Oxford: near the Oxford Canals. Line engraving by J. Fisher after T. Taylor junior.
  • A man with cholera buried prematurely. Photograph after painting by A. J. Wiertz.
  • London Board of Health searching the city for cholera during the 1832 epidemic. Lithograph, 1832.
  • A man vomiting and with diarrhoea owing to infected water; and four scenes related to the results of water infection. Colour lithograph, 1952 (?).
  • A French lady visiting cholera sufferers in hospital. Lithograph by Adèle Prieur, 1832.