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Report of the sanitary committee of the commissioners of sewers of the city of London, together with a report of the medical officer of health on the objections raised by the Butchers' Trade Society to the bye-laws proposed for the regulation of slaughter-houses.
- City of London (England)
Report of the Sanitary Committee to the Commissioners of Sewers of the City of London : together with a report of the Medical Officer of Health on the objections raised by the Butchers' Trade Society to the bye-laws proposed for the regulation of slaughter-houses.
- City of London (England). Commissioners of Sewers. Sanitary Committee.
A treatise on public slaughter-houses, considered in connection with the sanitary question : describing the practice of slaughtering in France and England, with an historical and statistical account of the abattoirs of Paris, and accompanied by plans, with the view to the introduction of similar establishments into England
- Grantham, Richard B.
Knight's annotated model byelaws : comprising the model series issued from the Ministry of Health under the Public Health Acts, with respect to new streets and buildings (urban, intermediate, and rural), drainage of existing buildings, parking places, smoke abatement, slaughter-houses, offensive trades, nuisances, and other matters ; with diagrams and approved additional and alternative clauses.
- Frank, T. Peirson.
The Whitsun-tide ramble: Or, Great news from Hornsey Cave, and likewise the humours that was acted at Cane-Wood, Cupit's-Gardens, Sping-Gardens, the Bear-Garden, Chelsea, Hyde-Park, Deptford, St. James's-Park and Islington; with a full and true account of a terrible slaughter that was made on stuff-beef and gammon of bacon, in most victualling houses thro'out London. Together with the Beau's frolick, from the Devil to the play-house.