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"The anti-vivisection question."

Date
[1884-1896]

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Publication/Creation

[London] : [Victoria Street Society For the Protection of Animals From Vivisection united with the International Association For the Protection of Animals From Vivisection], [1884-1896]

Physical description

1 volume (various pagings) ; 21 cm

Notes

Consists of 25 separately titled articles.

Contents

The moral aspects of vivisection / by Francis Power Cobbe. -- The Lord Chief Justice of England on Vivisection. -- Light in dark places / by Francis Power Cobbe. -- The uselessness of vivisection. -- Vivisection : is it justifiable? / Charles Bell Taylor. -- The futility of experiments with drugs on animals / by Edward Berdoe. -- Do the interests of humanity require experiments on living animals? : and if so, up to what point are they justifiable? / by F.S Arnold. -- Our meanest crime : a paper / by John H. Clarke. -- Pasteur's statistics / by Ernest Bell. -- Pasteur's treatment for hydrophobia : medical evidence, Irish opinions.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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  • English


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