1893 The Lancet  
560 theremaining eleven cases were mostly directly traceable to the water of the Spree. As regards the prospects for the future, the memorial says : I Unfortunately it cannot be said that cholera was extinct in Prussia at the end of 1892, for several cases imported from Hamburg occurred in Altona in the last week, and, considering the present state of the epidemic in Hamburg, invasions from there are still to be feared. The same danger threatens from the neighbouring western and eastern
more » ... and eastern countries, for in the last week of the year cases were reported from the north of France and the Netherlands and from the Russian-Polish Governmental districts of Radom, Lublin,
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