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Author Stevenson, Thomas Sir, 1838-1908, editor.

Title A treatise on hygiene and public health / edited by Thomas Stevenson and Shirley F. Murphy.

Published London : J. & A. Churchill, 1892-1894.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM BioMed ST  613 STEV  v.1    AVAILABLE
 UniM BioMed ST  613 STEV  v.2    AVAILABLE
 UniM BioMed ST  613 STEV  v.3    AVAILABLE
Physical description 3 volumes, 54 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents v. 1. Air [by] J. Lane Notter. Warming and ventilation [by] W. N. Shaw. Meteorology [by] G. J. Symons. Influence of climate on health [by] C. Theodore Williams. Water [by] Thomas Stevenson. The influence of soil on health [by] S. Monckton Copeman. Food [by] Sidney H. C. Martin. The inspection of meat [by] E. W. Hope. Clothing [by] Geo. Vivian Poore. Physical education [by] Frederick Treves. Baths [by] W. Hale White. The dwelling [by] P. Gordon Smith and Keith D. Young. Hospital hygiene [by] H. G. Howse. The disposal of refuse [by] W. H. Corfield and Louis C. Parkes. Offensive and noxious businesses [by] Thomas Whiteside Hime. Slaughter houses [by] E. W. Hope.--v. 2. The pathology and etiology of infectious diseases [by] E. Klein. The natural history of infectious diseases [by] T. W. Thompson. Smallpox and vaccination [by] John C. McVail. Vital statistics [by] Arthur Ransome. Marine hygiene [by] Henry E. Armstrong. Military hygiene [by] J. Lane Notter. Disposal of the dead [by] Sir T. Spencer Wells and F. W. Lowndes. Medical officer of health [by] Alfred Ashby.--v. 3. The law relating to the public health in England and Wales. The law relating to the public health in Ireland. The law relating to the public health in Scotland.
Notes GM 1629.
Other author Stevenson, Thomas, 1838-1908.
Murphy, Shirley F. (Shirley Forster) Sir, 1848-1923.
Subject Hygiene.
Public health.