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An historic sketch of the causes, progress, extent, and mortality of the contagious fever epidemic in Ireland during the years 1817, 1818, and 1819 : with numerous tables, official documents, and private communications, illustrative of its general history and of the system of management adopted for its suppression
- Harty, William, 1781-1854.
Suggestions in reference to the present cholera epidemic, for the purification of the water supply, and the reclamation of east London : with remarks on the origin of cholera poison, proofs given in facts connected with the sources of water supply in India, with illustrative incidents descriptive of successful preventive measures, and curative efforts
- Sanderson, William, C.E.
A view of the science of life, on the principles established in The elements of medicine, of the late celebrated John Brown, M.D. : with an attempt to correct some important errors of that work, and cases in illustration, chiefly selected from the records of their practice, at the General Hospital, at Calcutta by William Yates, & Charles Maclean. To which is subjoined, A treatise on the action of mercury upon living bodies, and its application for the cure of diseases of indirect debility. And A dissertation on the source of epidemic and pestilential diseases; in which is attempted to prove, by a numerous induction of facts, that they never arise from contagion, but are always produced by certain states, or certain vicissitudes of the atmosphere
- Yates, William, active 1797.
Observations on the epidemic of 1819 : as it prevailed in a part of the city of Baltimore. Comprising an accurate history of its origin, progress and effects, as far as they can be ascertained; to which are affixed, by way of appendix, some remarks on the medical treatment of the disease, as found successful in the hands of the most distinguished members of the profession.
- Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861.