Epidemics -- Louisiana -- New Orleans. : Tableau of the yellow fever of 1853 : with topographical, chronological, and historical sketches of the epidemics of New Orleans since their origin in 1796, illustrative of the quarantine question / by Bennet Dowler.
Epidemics -- Malta. : A treatise on the plague : designed to prove it contagious from facts collected during the author's residence in Malta when visited by that malady in 1813 : with observations on its prevention character and treatment / by Sir Arthur Brooke Faulkner.
Epidemics -- Massachusetts -- Haverhill. : The number of deaths in Haverhil, and also some comfortable instance; thereof among the children, under the late distemper in the throat; [electronic resource] : with an address to the bereaved. / By John Brown, M.A. Minister of the Gospel there.
Epidemics -- Massachusetts -- Sterling. : A discourse containing a serious address to persons of several ages and characters: [electronic resource] : in three parts. I. To children. II. To parents. III. To young people. Delivered Lord's-Day October 31, 1756, at the West Parish in Lancaster: on occasion of the late mortality in that and the neighbouring places. : Devoted to the service of the parish. / By John Mellen, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ there. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts]
Epidemics -- Moral and ethical aspects. : A theological dissertation, on the propriety of removing from the seat of the pestilence: [electronic resource] : presented to the perusal of the serious inhabitants of Philadelphia and New-York. / By William Marshall, A.M. Minister of the Gospel to the Associate Church in Philadelphia. ; [Two lines from Jeremiah]
Epidemics -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800. : De morbo epidemico : tam hujus, quàm superioris, anni, id est, 1678 & 1679, narratio / auctore Ch. Love Morley ; cui accessit clarissim. & sapientiff. viri, D. Lucæ Schacht ... de eodem morbo ad auctorem epistolica narratio sanè quàm doctissima.
Epidemics -- New England -- Poetry. : An Awakening call to the children of New-England; [electronic resource] : occasioned by the grievous and mortal sickness that prevails in many parts of this land, whereby great numbers of children and young people have been carried away to their long home.
Epidemics -- New Jersey -- Burlington. : At a meeting of the corporation of the city of Burlington, August 30th, 1793, the following recommendations to the citizens was unanimously agreed to. ... [electronic resource]
Epidemics -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Early works to 1800. : A short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States. To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793. By Mathew Carey.
Epidemics -- Prevention -- Maps. : Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo shu yi yu huan jing tu ji = The Atlas of plague and its environment in the People's Republic of China / zhu bian Liu Yunpeng, Tan Jian'an, Shen Erli.