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Sir John Simon (?) in his role as the first Medical Officer of Health for the City of London putting pressure on the Corporation of London to act upon the pestilential conditions of the graveyards in the City. Lithograph by Bolus, 1851.

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Credit: Sir John Simon (?) in his role as the first Medical Officer of Health for the City of London putting pressure on the Corporation of London to act upon the pestilential conditions of the graveyards in the City. Lithograph by Bolus, 1851. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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"Gog and Magog" undergoing a pounding at the "pestil-ent cemetery" with practical illustrations of an "iron decree" and "innate vastness". Designed expressely for the exhibition of 1851, by Bolus.

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"Gog and Magog" undergoing a pounding at the "pestil-ent cemetery" with practical illustrations of an "iron decree" and "innate vastness". Designed expressely for the exhibition of 1851, by Bolus.


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