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" ... yet it brings no fevers, though every one is well aware, that it would be almost certain death for an European to sleep, or even to remain after night-fall, under the shade of the lofty trees that cover the marsh, at so short a distance. "
The Study of Medicine - Página 163
de John Mason Good - 1825
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The Influence of Tropical Climates on European Constitutions: To which is ...

James Johnson - 1827 - 680 páginas
...apartments of the inhabitants with the stench of tl'e marshes ; yet it brings no fevers, though every one is well aware, that it would be almost certain death...certainly be productive of pestilence to the town." 14. From these and various other facts our author draws two principal conclusions. 1st. That the marsh...
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The Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on ..., Volumen 2

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly - 1833
...with impunity to place their habitations, provided they have this security ; though every one is fully aware that it would be almost certain death for an...trees that cover the marsh, at so short a distance. "f There is something curious and not easily explained in the circumscribed locality of intermittent...
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The Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on ..., Volumen 2

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly - 1845
...with impunity to place their habitations, provided they have this security ; though every one is fully aware that it would be almost certain death for an...trees that cover the marsh, at so short a distance." (Med. Chir. Rev., Dec. 1821.) There is something curious and not easily explained in the circumscribed...
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Notes and Recollections of a Professional Life

William Fergusson - 1846 - 248 páginas
...the inhabitants with the stench of the marshes ; yet it ordinarily brings no fevers, though every one is well aware that it would be almost certain death...distance. All, too, are equally aware, that to cut down these trees would be a most dangerous operation in itself, and would certainly be productive of pestilence...
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Municipal Work in India, Or, Hints on Sanitation: General Conservancy and ...

Reginald Craufuird Sterndale - 1881 - 251 páginas
...Yet it brings no fevers, though every one is well aware that it would be almost certain death for a European to sleep, or even to remain, after nightfall,...are equally aware that to cut down the trees would certainly be productive of pestilence to the town." These are somewhat antiquated authorities, but...
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