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Title
The epidemics of the Middle Ages / from the German of J. F. C. Hecker ; translated by B. G. Babington.
Name/Creator
Hecker, J. F. C. (Justus Friedrich Carl), 1795-1850, creator
Babington, B. G. (Benjamin Guy), 1794-1866
Cooke, Robert H.
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:DIV.LIB:1152948 
Digital ObjectLocation
Countway Medicine

Networked Resource

Andover-Harv. Theol

Place of Origin
London
Publisher
Trübner & Co.
Language
English
Description
xxiv, 360 p. ; 23 cm.
Form/Genre
text

bibliography

print
Classification
RA650.3 .H47 1843
Subject
Epidemics -- History ;  Black Death -- Europe ;  Cholera -- Europe ;  Sweating-sickness

Category
Public Health, 1800-1899

Plague

Pestilence

Concepts of Contagion and Epidemics

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Cholera Epidemics in the 19th Century

Note
"This volume is one of the series published by the Sydenham Society ... The work having gone out of print, this new edition ... has been undertaken by the present proprietors of the copyright ... The volume is a verbatim reprint from the second edition ... enhanced by the addition of a paper on 'Child-Pilgrimages', never before translated, and the present edition is therefore the first and only one in ... English ... which contains all the contributions of Dr. Hecker to the History of Medicine"--P. iii.

Translations of three works originally published separately: Der Schwarze Tod im vierzehnten Jahrhundert; Die Tanzwuth, eine Volkskrankheit im Mittelalter; Der englische Schweiss. Includes also the author's Address to the physicians of Germany.

Appendix, "A boke, or counseill against the disease commonly called the sweate, or sweatyng sicknesse, made by Jhon Caius, 1552:" p. [323]-344.

"Chronological survey": p. [306]-312.

"Catalogue of works referred to by the author:" p. [313]-322.
Other Title

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Title
Tanzwuth, eine Volkskrankheit im Mittelalter. English / from the German of J. F. C. Hecker ; translated by B. G. Babington.
Name/Creator
Hecker, J. F. C. (Justus Friedrich Carl),, 1795-1850

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Title
Schwarze Tod im vierzehnten Jahrhundert. English / from the German of J. F. C. Hecker ; translated by B. G. Babington.
Name/Creator
Hecker, J. F. C. (Justus Friedrich Carl),, 1795-1850

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Title
Englische Schweiss. English / from the German of J. F. C. Hecker ; translated by B. G. Babington.
Name/Creator
Hecker, J. F. C. (Justus Friedrich Carl),, 1795-1850

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Title
Boke, or counseill against the disease commonly called the sweate, or sweatyng sicknesse / from the German of J. F. C. Hecker ; translated by B. G. Babington.
Name/Creator
Caius, John,, 1510-1573


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