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6. Asiatic cholera

7. Asiatic cholera

8. Asiatic cholera : its origin, history, and progress, for over two hundred years: and the devastations it has caused in the East and West : its ravages in Europe and America in 1831-2, in 1848-9, in 1854-5, and in 1865-6 : with a full description of the causes, nature, and character of the disease : its means of propagation, whether by the atmosphere or by contagion : its premonitory and distinctive symptoms : the best known means of preventing its attack

21. Brief remarks on cholera: being the result of observations during the two last outbreaks of cholera in England, and an attempt to advance a theory of that disease which shall lead to a more consistent method of treatment : to which is added a short table of practical rules for general use during an epidemic

27. Caution to the public: or, Hints upon the nature of scarlet fever, designed to shew, that this disease arises from a peculiar and absolute virus, and is specifically infectious in its mildest as well as in its most malignant form; including practical remarks upon Asiatic cholera, and other epidemics

30. Cholera

31. Cholera

32. Cholera

33. Cholera (Jamaica): return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 20 February 1854,--for, a "copy of the Report made by Dr. Milroy to the Colonial Office, on the cholera epidemic in Jamaica, 1850-51, and copies of extracts of despatches addressed to and received from the Governor of Jamaica in relation to the said report"

35. The cholera : a familiar treatise on its history, causes, symptoms and treatment: with the most effective remedies, and proper mode of their administration, without the aid of a physician, the whole in language free from medical terms, especially adapted for the use of the public generally : also containing a history of the epidemics of the Middle Ages

37. Cholera : its causes and cure

42. Cholera : the nature of the poison, the part of the body first attacked: its development and self-generation in the blood : its first effects on the nervous and vascular systems, and its fatality thence arising : with observations on our means of defence against its infection, and the simple and rational of treating this Asiatic pestilence : being the substance of two discourses, delivered at the Guildhall, Worcester, on the evenings of the 25th and 26th of October, 1854

49. The cholera beacon, being a treatise on the epidemic cholera as it appeared in Upper Canada, in 1832-4: with a plain and practical description of the first grade, or premonitory symptoms and the various forms of attack, by which the disease may be detected in its curable stage : together with directions for successful treatment : designed for popular instruction

62. Cholera morbus

63. The cholera pestilence

75. Cholera, its nature, cause, treatment, and prevention, clearly and concisely explained: with an appendix, containing practical remarks on fever and dysentery, with which cholera is intimately connected, and frequentlly [sic] combined : being the substance of reports made to the late Government of Poland

79. The cholera, no judgment!: The efficacy, philosophy, and practical tendency of the prayer by the Archbishop of Canterbury, ordered to be used during the prevalence of cholera, examined in a letter, addressed to the right hon. the Earl of Carlisle

83. Cholera: an analysis of its epidemic, endemic, and contagious character: with original and peculiar views of its mode of propagation and the means of counteracting it : showing also by analogy that the means of preserving organized bodies from decay point to the only true curative principles in the treatment of fevers generally and more especially cholera

86. Cholera: its cause, pathology and treatment

88. Cholera: its nature and treatment

96. City of Boston