Letters on the Cholera Morbus.
Containing ample evidence that this disease, under whatever
name known, cannot be transmitted from the persons of those
labouring under it to other individuals, by contact—through
the medium of inanimate substances—or through the medium
of the atmosphere; and that all restrictions, by cordons
and quarantine regulations, are, as far as regards this
disease, not merely useless, but highly injurious to the
community.
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Letters on the Cholera Morbus. Containing ample evidence that this disease, under whatever name known, cannot be transmitted from the persons of those labouring under it to other individuals, by contact—through the medium of inanimate substances—or through the medium of the atmosphere; and that all restrictions, by cordons and quarantine regulations, are, as far as regards this disease, not merely useless, but highly injurious to the community.

By William Fergusson, J. Gillkrest
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  • Transcriber's Note
  • LETTERS ON THE CHOLERA MORBUS.
  • LETTERS ON THE CHOLERA MORBUS; SHEWING THAT IT IS NOT A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE.
    • LETTER I.
    • LETTER II.
    • LETTER III.
    • LETTER IV.
    • LETTER V.
    • LETTER VI.
    • LETTER VII.
    • LETTER VIII.
    • LETTER IX.
    • LETTER X.
  • LETTERS ON THE CHOLERA MORBUS, &c. &c. &c.
    • LETTER I. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WINDSOR EXPRESS.
    • LETTER II. TO THE EDITOR OF THE WINDSOR EXPRESS.
    • LETTER III. TO THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF WINDSOR.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
      • Transcriber's Note
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