The bubonic plague and England; an essay in the history of preventive medicine.

Lexington, University of Kentucky Press [1956] .

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Subjects Great Britain -- History.
Great Britain.
Medicine, Preventive -- History.
Medicine, Preventive.
Plague -- England.
Plague -- History.
Public health -- Great Britain.
Public health.
Description vii, 401 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1956]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The Plague in its historical setting -- The Black Death and its aftermath -- The first half of the sixteenth century -- The reign of Elizabeth : first half, 1563-1583 -- The last two decades of Elizabeth -- The Plague of 1603 and its aftermath -- The course of the Plague, 1625-1635 -- Plague, war, and famine, 1636-1664 -- London's last dreadful visitation -- The Plague of 1665 in literature -- England without Plague, 1667-1720 -- The late dreadful Plague at Marseilles -- England and the Plague, 1725-1815 -- Contagion vs. Anticontagion, 1815-1825 -- Since 1825 : new facts and old factors.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)645825
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Mullett, Charles F., 1901-
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