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inquiry into the laws of epidemics

Adams, Joseph

inquiry into the laws of epidemics

with remarks on the plans lately proposed for exterminating the small-pox.

by Adams, Joseph

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Published by Printed for J. Johnson, and J. Callow, by W. Thorne in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epidemics,
  • Communicable diseases,
  • Smallpox -- Prevention

  • Edition Notes

    On spine: Adams on epidemics.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8], 159, [3] p. ([3] p. at end advertisements)
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19140833M

    The English pestilence of is the same that was fabled long after in prose and verse as the great plague “of Cadwallader’s time.” It left a mark on the traditions of England, which may be taken as an index of its reality and its severity; and with it the history of epidemics in Britain may be said to begin. (Download) Chassis Engineering: Chassis Design, Building & Tuning for High Performance Handling pdf by Herb Adams An Inquiry Into The Nature And Cause of The Wealth of Nations: Book IV, V Download PDF By Adam Smith download The Little Book of Loony Laws [pdf] by Christine Green. MALTHUS, THOMAS ROBERT (–), English economist and sociologist. Thomas Robert Malthus was the son of an unusual Surrey country gentleman who personally knew, and was deeply influenced by, both Jean-Jacques Rousseau and David Hume. Young Robert was educated at home (Rousseau opposed formal schooling) and then at Jesus College, Cambridge. 1 ὑπδ in expressions denoting time seems in Hippocrates to mean "about" or "during." The period is roughly from September 21 to November 8. 2 That is, the winds were generally from the south, and such north winds as blew were light.. 3 Or, punctuating after ̂̔ωτα and πλείς1τοις1ιν, "There were swellings beside the ears, in many cases on one side, but in most on both.".


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