1 edition of Remarks on the necessity and means of suppressing contagious fever in the metropolis found in the catalog.
Copy 1 Note: Issued with Plan adopted for the institution for the cure and prevention of contagious fever in the metropolis.
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Remarks on the Necessity and means of suppressing Contagious fever in the Metropolis Published: estimatedLondon Format: Book Creator: Christopher Stanger Usage terms Public Domain Held by British Library Shelfmark: B() Full catalogue details.
Remarks on the necessity and means of suppressing contagious fever in the metropolis / By Christopher. Stanger. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Enfermedades infecciosas, Epidemias.
Publisher: London: printed Author: Christopher. Stanger. Remarks on the necessity and means of suppressing contagious fever in the metropolis. By C. Stanger.
Abstract. Copia digital: Real Academia Nacional de Medicina, En p. VI, la dedicatoria aparece fechada en Topics: Fiebres Author: C. Stanger. Book / Illustration / Image Creator: Thomas Hood, Gustave Doré [illustrator] Remarks on the Necessity and means of suppressing Contagious fever in the Metropolis.
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