Report on the Geographical Distribution of Fever ("Typhus" of the Registrar General) for the two decennial periods 1851-60, 1861-70, within the area of the combined Sanitary Authorities, in the counties of Northampton, Leicester, Rutland and Bucks by Haviland, Alfred (Medical Officer of Health)

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Statementby Alfred Haviland of the Northamptonshire Combination of Sanitary Authorities.
SeriesAnnual report of the Medical Officer of Health of the Northamptonshire Combination of Sanitary Authorities -- Pt.1
ContributionsNorthamptonshire Combination of Sanitary Authorities.
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