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Official papers on the medical statistics and topography of Malacca and Prince of Wales' Island and on the prevailing diseases of the Tenasserim Coast / by T.M. Ward and J.P. Grant.

  • Grant, J. P.
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1830
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Pinang : printed (by order of the Government of Fort Cornwallis) at the Government Press), 1830.

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136 pages in various pagings

Notes

Cont: Contributions to the medical topography of Malacca / by T.M. Ward -- Notes on the phagoednic ulcer, and other diseases prevalent among the native troops at Malacca in the year 1827-28 / by T.M. Ward -- Contributions to the medical topography of Prince of Wales Island or Pulo Pinang / by T.M. Ward -- Observations on the remittent nervous congestive fever and the other diseases most prevalent among Europeans at Pinang / by J.P. Grant -- Practical observations on the ulcers which prevailed among the native troops at Rangoon, Prome, Tavoy and Prince of Wales Island in the years 1825-26-27-28-29 / by J.P. Grant Prov: Inscribed 'To the editor of the Edinburgh Medical & Surgical Journal with the best wishes of the author'

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This material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

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