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" The annual slaughter in England and Wales from preventible causes of typhus which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the Allied Armies in the battle of Waterloo. "
The Cottage Gardener: A Practical Guide in every department of horticulture ... - Pagina 177
door George W. Johnson - 1850
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 71

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1843
...Wales from preventable causes of typhus, which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo;, . . .that diseases which now prevail on land did, within the experience of persons still living, formerly...
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Report to Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department ...

Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners, Great Britain. Home Office - 1842 - 457 pagina’s
...Wales from preventible causes of typhus which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the Allied Armies in the battle of Waterloo. It will be shown that diseases such aŤ those which now prevail on land, did within the experience...
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The North of England Magazine, Volume 1

1842
...Wales from preventible causes of typhus, which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the Allied Armies in the battle of Waterloo. But the number of persons who die is to be taken also as the indication of the much greater number...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 42

1843
...Wales from preventible causes of typhus which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo. It will be shown that diseases such as those which now prevail on land, did. within the experience...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 38

1843
...Wales from preventible causes of typhus which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo. It will be shown that diseases such as those which now prevail on land, did, within the experience...
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The Perils of the Nation: An Appeal to the Legislatvre, the Clergy, and High ...

Robert Benton Seeley - 1843 - 382 pagina’s
...Wales, from preventible causes of typhus alone, among persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo. These diseases, within the experience of living persons, prevailed more extensively at sea than they...
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The Christian Teacher, Volume 5

1843
...Wales from preventible causes of typhus which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the Allied Armies in the battle of Waterloo. It will be shown that diseases such as those which now prevail on land, did, within the experience...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

1843
...Wales from jireventible causes of typhus which attacks persons in the vigour of life, appears to be double the amount of what was suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo. It will be shown that diseases such as those which now prevail on land, did, within the experience...
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the british and foreing medical review or quarterly journal of practical ...

john forbes m.d f.r.s. f.g.s - 1843
...preventible causes of typhus which attack persons in the vigour of life appears to be double in amount uf what was suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo. . . . . But the number of persons who die is to be taken also as the indication of the much greater...
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The English Review, Or, Qarterly Journal of Ecclesiastical and ..., Volume 2

1844
...stated, that ' the annual slaughter in England and Wales, from preventible causes, of typhus fever, which attacks persons in the vigour of life, is double...suffered by the allied armies in the battle of Waterloo.' This is no exaggerated statement; this great battle against our people is every year fought and won...
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