1900 The Lancet  
346 number of patients sent to Paris from India year by year. From the year 1886 to 1896, that is, during the first 11 years of thie treatment, out of 3396 foreigners treated in Paris only 95, or less than one-thirtieth, went from India, while 870 went from England. In 1897, however, out of a total of 175 foreigners no fewer than 33, or over one-sixth, went from India and only 83 from England. In 1898 out of 132 foreigners no fewer than 56, or nearly one-half, went from India and only 25 from
more » ... and only 25 from England. An attempt at something like active plague measures by the Bengal Government is notified in the Calcutta Gazette. " In any case in' which the sub-divisional magistrate or health officer thinks fit he is authorised to isolate the house, village, or part of a village in which a case of plague is believed to have occurred by cordons, patrols, or in such other manner as he may think expedient. When action has been
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