The Intellectual Status of Cornishmen

J. Kempthorne
1858 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
EDITOR'S LETTER BOX. LBRITISH MEDICAL J OURN-AL. that force in the field of battle. As to the dense populations in civil life, the number of towns in England in which the sewage is rapidly, efficiently, and economicallv carried off by water-power and hydraulic apparatus, constitute so many experimental demonstrations of the success attending a proper unintermitting water-supply and coadjusted system of tubular drainage. It has been shewn by the Sanitary Commissioners, as a general resuilt, that
more » ... neral resuilt, that nearly one-half the prevalent diseases are due to one or other form of atmospheric impurity; impurity from decomposing fnecal or animal and vegetable matter,
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