Parkes Pamphlet Collection: Volume 57
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Report on the Sanitary condition of the City of London, by L. Letheby. 1871.
7th. Annual report on the Sanitary Condition of Merthr-Tydfil, by T.J. Dyke. 1872.
Collection and disposal of domestic refuse, by Joseph Maughan. 1872.
The Sewage Question, by Andrew Fergus. 1872.
Excremental Pollution, by Andrew Fergus. 1872.
1st. Official visit of the Directors of the General Sewage & Manure Co. Ltd. to the Works at Nuneaton, by Dr. Anderson. 1872.
Remarks on Mr. Clark's Calcutta Drainage Scheme, by David B. Smith. 1871.
Processes for purifying Sewers, by H.Y.D. Scott. 1872.
Treating Sewage, by H.Y.D. Scott. 1872.
Sanitary Principles of School Construction, by Edwin Chadwick. 1871.
1st. Annual report of the Committee of Management of the Stockwell Fever & Small-Pox Hospitals, 1871-72 1872.
Dwellings for the labouring classes, by H.W. Rumsey. 1866.
Notes on Sanitary Reform: The Health of Towns. 1872.
The Contagious Disease Act & the Contagious Diseases Preventive Bill, by Anthropos. 1872.
Report on Indigence as a cause of the Epidemic Typhus, by W. Trench. 1865.
Working mens dwellings in Liverpool, by William S. Trench & Charles Beard. 1871.
Report on the Sanitary Condition of Birkenhead. 1871.
Improvement of the Sanitary Laws, by Henry W. Rumsey. 1872.
Fluid Meat, by Stephen Darby. 1870.
A Sanitary enquiry into the probable causes of yearly Epidemics in England, by Richard Weaver. 1871.
Preservation of Meat for Food, by J. Morgan. 1865.
Sanitary Legislation in England, by Henry W. Rumsey. 1858.
Digest of the return ordered by the Legislative Council of all the deaths (2143) - from Phthisis in Melbourne & Suburbs, by William Thomson. 1871.
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