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" Our common prisons afford us an instance of something like this, where very few escape what they call the gaol fever, which is always attended with a degree of malignity in proportion to the closeness and stench of the place : and it would certainly very... "
The Medical Works of Dr. Richard Mead - Seite 77
von Richard Mead - 1765
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Some Considerations on the Different Ways of Removing Confined and ...

Thomas Day - 1784 - 56 Seiten
...; which is always attend" ed with a degree of malignity in proportion to " the clofenefs andjlench of the place. And it would " certainly very well become...the wifdom of the " government, as well with regard to the health of " the town, as in compaffion to the prifoners, to " take care, that all hmfes of confinement,...
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English Sanitary Institutions: Reviewed in Their Course of Development, and ...

Sir John Simon - 1890 - 496 Seiten
...afford us an instance of something like this, where very few escape what they call the gaol fever, which is always attended with a degree of malignity in proportion to the closeness and stench of the place : and it would certainly very well become the wisdom of the government,...
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English Sanitary Institutions: Reviewed in Their Course of Development, and ...

Sir John Simon - 1897 - 516 Seiten
...afford us an instance of something like this, where very few escape what they call the gaol fever, which is always attended with a degree of malignity in proportion to the closeness and stench of the place : and it would certainly very well become the wisdom of the government,...
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The Early Sociology of Health and Illness: Medical Police : or The ..., Seite 1

Kevin White - 2004 - 336 Seiten
...prisons a (lord us an instance of this, in which very few escape what they call the jail fever, which is always attended with a degree of malignity in proportion to the closeness and stench of the place. And it certainly would very well become the wisdom of the government,...
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Desire and Disorder: Fevers, Fictions, and Feeling in English Georgian Culture

Candace Ward - 2007 - 297 Seiten
...afford us an Instance of something like this, where very few escape what they call the Goal Fever, which is always attended with a Degree of Malignity in Proportion to the Closeness and Stench of the place: and it would certainly very well become the Wisdom of the Government,...
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