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An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New-York

by Richard Bayley

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Published by Printed and sold by T. and J. Swords in New-York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yellow fever

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC211.N7 B3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p.l., [iii]-iv, [5]-160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24723282M
    LC Control Number32014791

    Title(s): An account of the epidemic fevers that prevailed in the city of New York from to / by John Duffy. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [New York: . In an epidemic of yellow fever was said to have been introduced into Elizabeth City by the schooner Little Charles which unloaded at Norfolk a part of a cargo of coffee from Havana and then proceeded to North Carolina where it unloaded the remainder of its cargo and its ballast. Sixteen out of seventeen or eighteen persons afflicted with.

    In there was an eruption of a volcano in Iceland and a severe winter. An epidemic fever prevailed in Venice, which was attributed to the use of stagnant water. In and 9 violent storms and great rains injured the corn and a dearth ensued. A comet in and a hard winter followed. Article II. An Account of the Yellow Fever Epidemic in Norfolk During the Summer of By A. B. Williman, M. D. On the evening of August 27th, , I reached Norfolk in company with two young medical gentlemen and a few nurses who had left Charleston for the purpose of rendering aid during the Yellow Fever epidemic.

    The Yellow Fever Epidemic of struck during the summer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the highest fatalities in the United States were disease probably was brought by refugees and mosquitoes on ships from rapidly spread in the port city, in the crowded blocks along the Delaware River. NEW YORK THE UNCLEAN. VICTORY. The City that was Stephen Smith Full view - The City That Was Dorman Bridgeman Eaton dwellings dysentery Eaton Elisha Harris England epidemic especially estimated existing fact families fatal FEVER-NEST filthy condition foul germ health bill health laws health organization health wardens homes.


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An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New-York by Richard Bayley Download PDF EPUB FB2

FACSIMILE: Reproduction An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New-York [FACSIMILE] Originally published by New-York: printed and sold by T.

and J. Swords in Book will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images. Book will Author: Bayley, Richard. Get this from a library. An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New York, during part of the summer and fall of [Richard Bayley; James Swords; Thomas Swords].

An Account of the Epidemic Fever Which Prevailed in the City of New-York, During Part of the Summer and Fall of Author: Bayley, Richard, Note: New York: T. and J. Swords, Link: page images at HathiTrust: Link: multiple formats at : Link: HTML at.

Excerpt from An Account of the Epidemic Fever Which Prevailed in the City of New-York, During Part of the Summer and Fall of The epidemic fever which made'its'apa pearance inthis city, at the, latter end of the month of July laft year, and which occafione'd a degree of mortality among the people never experienced in fo (hort a fpace before, afforded matter of much 'ferions converfa'tion Author: Richard Bayley.

Get this from a library. An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New York, during part of the summer and fall of [Richard Bayley].

An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New York, during part of the summer and fall of by Bayley, Richard, ; Swords, James,printer; Swords, Thomas,printer.

An account of the epidemic yellow fever, as it appeared in the city of New-York in the year containing, besides its history, &c., the most probable means of preventing its return, and of avoiding it, in case it should again become epidemic Item Preview. A Short Account of the Malignant Fever () was a pamphlet published by Mathew Carey (Janu – Septem ) about the outbreak of the Yellow Fever epidemic Yellow Fever Epidemic of in Philadelphia in the United States.

The first pamphlet of 12 pages was later expanded in three subsequent versions. Local black leaders Absalom Jones and Richard Allen thought that Carey. An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New-York (New York, ; Early Am.

Imprints, series 1, no. ); Varick to JJ, 10 Jan.ALS, NNC (EJ: ). See JJ to Broome, 29 Jan.LbkC, N: Governor’s Lbk 1 (EJ: ); JJ’s Message to the New York State Assembly, 15 Jan.below.

A short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States.: To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, / by: Carey, Mathew.

“An account of the origin, symptoms and treatment of the epidemic fever, which now prevails in the city of Philadelphia: in a letter from Dr. Benjamin Rush to Dr. John Rodgers” in The American Mercury, Octo Courtesy National Library of Medicine. People outside Pennsylvania followed developments in.

– Bayley publishes “An Account of the Epidemic Fever which prevailed in the City of New York during Part of the Summer and Fall of ”. In this book he makes the distinction between contagious and infectious disease and argues correctly that Yellow fever is not contagious, but infectious.

During the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia, 5, or more people were listed in the official register of deaths between August 1 and November vast majority of them died of yellow fever, making the epidemic in the city of 50, people one of the most severe in United States the end of September, 20, people had fled the city.

[1]“Yellow Fever: Philadelphia Novem” Hartford Courant (Hartford, CT), December 9, ; published anonymously, it is the letter of John Fenno to Joseph Ward dated the same Fenno to Joseph Ward, Novemin “Letters of John Fenno and John Ward Fenno,Part 2: ,” ed.

John B. Hench, Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 90 Author: Brian Patrick O'malley. An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New York, during part of the summer and fall of by: Bayley, Richard, Published: () History of the pestilence, commonly called yellow fever, which almost desolated Philadelphia, in the months of August, September & October, by: Condie, Thomas.

A short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia:with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States, to which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles, and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New York, during part of the summer and fall of / (New-York: printed and sold by T.

and J. Swords), by Richard Bayley, J. Swords, and T. Swords (page images at HathiTrust) Health progress and administration in the West Indies. Philadelphia suffered a severe yellow fever epidemic in that left over 8% of the population dead (5, out of 60,).

At that time, Philadelphia was the nation’s capital. President Washington handled the crisis coolly; he recommended that key government offices be removed from the city until the outbreak had subsided.

Bayley, Richard, An Account of the Epidemic Fever which prevailed in the City of New York,p. Seaman, Valentine, An Account of the Epidemic Yellow Fever, New York,p 5. Webster A Collection of Papers on the Subject of Bilious Fever, Prevalent in the United States for a.

The epidemic of is described in a book by Valentine Seaman, "one of the physicians of the Health Committee of New-York in ," entititledAn Account of the Epidemic Yellow Fever, as it Appeared in the City of New-York in the Year (New York, ) Dr.

Seaman dedicated his book to Bejamin Rush with the following words: "Thy general. Swords,James,; Swords,Thomas, Title(s): An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed in the city of New York, during part of the summer and fall of / by Richard Bayley.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New-York: Printed and sold by T. and J. Swords,   In Augustan epidemic of yellow fever broke out in Philadelphia. Chaos prevailed. Doctors (including Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence) struggled for cure and Author: Sven Birkerts.Page - An Account of the Epidemic Fever which prevailed in the City of New York, during part of the Summer and Fall of Appears in 50 books from Page 42 - his consciousness.