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1. An account of the origin, spread, & decline of the epidemic fevers of Sierra Leone; by Bryson Alexander Publication: London Henry Renshaw 1849 . x,174 pages 20cm Availability: No items available:
2. Appendix (B) to the report of the General Board of Health on the epidemic cholera of 1848 & 1849. Report by Mr. Grainger.   Publication: London H.M.S.O. 1851 . 202 pages 22cm Availability: No items available:
3. Cases of the epidemic fever, which has of late prevailed in Dublin, with some observations on its nature and mode of treatment. by Mills, Thomas, [1773]-1830 Publication: Dublin Hodges and McArthur 1818 . pp.45, 20cm Availability: No items available:
4. The cholera map of Ireland; with observations by Corrigan, Sir Dominic John, 1802-1880 Publication: Dublin Browne and Nolan 1866 . pp. 18, 1 plate, 21cm Availability: No items available:
5. Commentarium nosologicum, morbos epidemicos et aeris variationes in urbe eboracensi locisque vicinis per sedecim annos grassantes complectens. by Wintringham, Clifton, 1689-1748 Publication: Londini Typis Gul. Bowyer; impenses J. Walthoe 1733 . 168 pages 21cm Availability: No items available:
6. Disputatio medica inauguralis de febre epidemia, quae annis 1817, 1818, apud Monaghan. by Temple, William Publication: Edinburgh Abernethy & Walker 1819 . (6), 17 pages 22cm Availability: No items available:
7. A dissertation on the best mode of treating spasmodic cholera; by Hawthorne, George Stuart Publication: London Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green. 1834 . 53 pages 22cm Availability: No items available:
8. The end of an epidemic: essays in Irish public health 1935-65 by Deeny, James, 1906-1994 Publication: Dublin A. & A. Farmar 1995 . vii, 194 pages 24cm Availability: No items available:
9. The epidemic disease in the Richmond District Asylum, Dublin. by Verschuur, A.F. Publication: Dublin John Falconer 1900 . pp.23, ill. 22cm Availability: No items available:
10. An essay on epidemic diseases; and more particularly on the endemial epidemics of the city of Cork, such as fevers and small-pox; but most professedly on the endemial epidemic fever of the year MDCCXXXI with an attempt to account for the general and special causes producing the same. by Rogers, Joseph, 1677-1753 Publication: Dublin S. Powell (printer) 1734 . (8), xlv, 312 pages 20cm Availability: No items available: