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BRITISH AND FOREIGN
PRACTICAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
BRITISH AND FOREIGN
PART FIRST, ftttaljrtical anb Critical fteirietBs.
1. Papers relating to the Sanitary State of the People of England: being the
Remits of an Inquiry into the different Proportions of Death produced by certain Diseases in different Districts in England. Communicated to the General Board of Health by Edward Headlam Greenhow, M.D., L.R.C.P., Lecturer on Public Health at St. Thomas's Hospital, and Physician to the Western General Dispensary; with an Introductory Report by the Medical Officer of the Board, on the Preventability of certain kinds of Prematures Death—London, 1858. pp. 164.
2. Report to the Honourable Commissioners of Sewers of the City of London on
Sewage and Sewer Gases, and on the Ventilation of Sewers. By Henry Letheby, M.B., F.L.S., &c., Medical Officer of Health for the City of London, and Professor of Chemistry and Medical Jurisprudence in the College of the London Hospital.—London, 1858. pp. 84.
3. The Influence of Sewer Emanations. By J. Herbert Bareer, M.D. London, F.R.GS., Fellow and Fothergillian Gold Medallist of the Medical Society of London, &o. ,fec.—London, 1858. pp. 19.
4. Fever in Agricultural Districts: being a Report on Cases of Fever occurring in the Parish of Great Ilorwood, in the County of Ruckingham. By Henry W. Acland, M.D., F.R.S., Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford.— Oxford and London, 1858. pp. 23.
5. Sanitary Science. By Wsr. Tindal Robertson, M.D. Edinburgh; Ext. L.R.C.P. London; Physician to the General Hospital, Consulting Physician to the Dispensary and the Union Hospital, and Honorary Physician to the Midland Counties' Blind Asylum, Nottingham.—London, 1858. pp. 32.
6. Second Report of t'e Commissioners of Her Majestys's Customs on the Customs.—London, 1858. pp. 60.
7. Reports of the Medical Officers of Health for the Metropolitan Districts.— 1856-57.