ETIOLOGY OF TYPHOID FEVER IN INDIA

A KAVANAGH
1882 The Lancet  
586 as well as in humbler dwellings. It is probable that I hundreds of deaths are due to them every year. It is to be hoped, then, that Dr. Playfair's note, and the notable circumstances under which it was written, may be the means of directing more general attention to the fact that many diseases are caused and many aggravated by the presence of sewer-gas in our houses. I am, Sir, yours truly,
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