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A discourse concerning the plague and pestilential fevers : plainly proving, that the general productive causes of all plagues of pestilence, are from some fault in the air: or from ill and unwholesome Diet: And that the Air is the principal Cause of Spreading the Infection ; and the great Danger this Nation is in of producing an Artificial Famine ; with some Hints for Prevention and Cure. If a Scarcity of Bread-Corn, whether real or Artificial be the Occasion of ill and unwholesome Diet ; tho' it may at present more immediately affect the Poor only, yet the not timely prevented, its Evil Effects may soon reach the most oppulent ; for the Plague of Pestilence may be much sooner produced in this Nation, by an Artificial Famine, than by any Infection of the Plague Itself from Foreign Parts. By Sir Richard Manningham, Kt. M.D.F.R.S. and of the College of Physicians, London. Preview this item
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A discourse concerning the plague and pestilential fevers : plainly proving, that the general productive causes of all plagues of pestilence, are from some fault in the air: or from ill and unwholesome Diet: And that the Air is the principal Cause of Spreading the Infection ; and the great Danger this Nation is in of producing an Artificial Famine ; with some Hints for Prevention and Cure. If a Scarcity of Bread-Corn, whether real or Artificial be the Occasion of ill and unwholesome Diet ; tho' it may at present more immediately affect the Poor only, yet the not timely prevented, its Evil Effects may soon reach the most oppulent ; for the Plague of Pestilence may be much sooner produced in this Nation, by an Artificial Famine, than by any Infection of the Plague Itself from Foreign Parts. By Sir Richard Manningham, Kt. M.D.F.R.S. and of the College of Physicians, London.

Author: Richard Manningham, Sir
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden-Lion, Ludgate-Street, MD. CC. LVIII. [1758]
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Manningham, Sir
OCLC Number: 642216197
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 84 pages)

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