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Cholera Online, 1817 to 1900
Medicine in the Americas, 1610-1920
Cholera -- epidemiology
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New York City
India. Sanitary Commissioner.
American Medical Association.
Bryden, James L. (James Lumsdaine), 1833-1880.
Central Provinces (India). Sanitary Commissioner.
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Cornish, W. R. (William Robert), 1828-1897.
Cuningham, J. M. (James McNabb), 1829-1905.
Madras (India : State). Sanitary Commissioner.
Massachusetts Medical Society.
Medical Society of the County of New York.
All the material facts in the history of epidemic cholera: being a report of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, to the Board of Health; and a full account of the causes, post mortem appearances, and treatment of the disease
Board of works for the Limehouse District : special report
Cholera epidemics of recent years viewed in relation to former epidemics: a record of cholera in the Bengal Presidency from 1817 to 1872, by James L. Bryden
Cholera in southern India: A record of the progress of cholera in 1870, and resume of the records of former epidemic invasions of the Madras Presidency. By Surgeon W. R. Cornish
Cholera in the asylum: Reports on the origin and progress of pestilential cholera, in the West-Yorkshire Lunatic Asylum, during the autumn of 1848; and on the previous state of the institution
Coast defenses against Asiatic cholera: Report of an inspection of the Atlantic and Gulf quarantines between the St. Lawrence and Rio Grande
Coast defenses against Asiatic cholera: report of an inspection of the quarantines maintained upon the Atlantic and Gulf coasts from the St. Lawrence to the Rio Grande
Comparative view of the natural small-pox, inoculated small-pox, and vaccination in their effects on individuals and society
Documents communicated to the General Assembly by His Excellency the Governor of Vermont, concerning the spread of the Asiatic cholera: submitted to the house Oct. 19, 1865
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Report on pauper insanity: presented to the city council of Baltimore, on March 28th, 1845
Collins, Stephen, 1797-1871
Baltimore : James Lucas, 1845
Alms-house (Baltimore, Md.)
Mentally Ill Persons - statistics & numerical data
Field record of officers of the Veteran Reserve Corps, from the commencement to the close of the rebellion
Washington, D. C. : Scriver & Swing, [1865?]
United States. Army. Veteran Reserve Corps.
American Civil War
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