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Cholera, as it recently appeared in the towns of Newcastle and Gateshead
Thomas Michael Greenhow
|Statement||By T. M. Greenhow ...|
|LC Classifications||RC126 .G76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||35031361|
Sunderland was the first town in England to have Asiatic Cholera in the second Cholera Pandemic. Concerned by the deaths across the world The General Board of Health was formed in London and regional boards set up to deal with any possible outbreak. Knowing the disease would reach the town Dr Clanny called a meeting of the town's medical : 2K. Cholera had demonstrated the relationship between disease and the dirty, ill-drained parts of towns and had shown the need for drainage, sewerage and filtered water supplies. It ought to have been a spur to sanitary reform. Yet little action of this sort followed the epidemic.
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Get this from a library. Cholera, as it recently appeared in the towns of Newcastle and Gateshead: including cases illustrative of its physiology and pathology, with a view to the establishment of sound principles of practice. [T M Greenhow; U.S. Naval Museum of Hygiene,].
Cholera, as it recently appeared in the towns of Cholera and Gateshead: including cases illustrative of its physiology and pathology, with a view to. The cholera epidemics of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Cholera was a much feared affliction in England, second only to the bubonic plague right up until the middle of the 19 th century, when its cause was discovered and began to be fully understood.
This disease holds a particular interest for me as one, and possibly two, of my paternal ancestors in Newcastle-upon-Tyne fell victim to this. Great Cholera Epidemic of "In December the cholera commenced its ravages in Newcastle and Gateshead from which time up to March it had carried away persons.
The two towns were again visited by this dreadful scourge in and in they experienced a third visitation when 1, persons became its victims". At Sunderland, the cholera appears to have nearly run its course; but at Newcastle it continues its ravages with unabated force; and in Gateshead, which is a suburb of Newcastle, separated from it Author: Guardian Staff.
Greenhow, Thomas M. Cholera, As It Recently Appeared in the Towns of Newcastle and Gateshead; Including Cases Illustrative of its Physiology and Pathology, with a View to the Establishment of Sound Principles of Practice.
Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, Halliday, Stephen. The Great Stink of London. Gateshead( map: center right), which is situated opposite to Newcastle, on the other side of the Tyne, is supplied with the same water; and in it shared with that town a comparative immunity from cholera, whilst in the autumn ofpersons died of that disease out of a population of 26, or thereabouts, being to each.
Report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the causes which have led to, or have aggravated the late outbreak of cholera in the towns of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gateshead, and Tynemouth.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. Cholera, as it Recently Appeared in the Towns of Newcastle and Gateshead Thomas Michael Greenhow, - Cholera, as it Recently Appeared in the Towns of Newcastle and Gateshead: Including Cases Illustrative of Its Physiology and Pathology, with a View to the Establishment of Sound Principles of.
Author(s): Greenhow,T M(Thomas Michael), Title(s): Cholera, as it has recently appeared in the towns of Newcastle and Gateshead: including cases illustrative of its physiology and pathology, with a view to the establishment of sound principles of.
Letter describing the outbreak of Cholera in Gateshead, from ‘Collection relative to the cholera at Gateshead, in the county of Durham Vol I (Rare Books, RB BEL) This letter is contained within the first of two scrapbook volumes containing information about the outbreak of cholera in Gateshead in The disease ran its course in Sunderland, resulting in reported deaths.
By late December it appeared to have been contained, but the infection had already spread to Gateshead, where it broke out suddenly and violently on 25 December, resulting in cases and 50 deaths by the following day. Cholera went on to spread throughout the country. By late December the disease appeared to have been contained but it had already reached Gateshead, where it suddenly broke out at Chistmas time.
There were many fatal cases. From Gateshead, cholera reached Newcastle and then further along the coast and inland. On 9 January the Board of Health declared that Sunderland was free of cholera. An 'anti-cholera party' is formed of local businessmen and leading citizens to discredit the cholera talk.
A campaign of bill posting begins. Clanny and Kell put up counter posters. The second cholera pandemic (–), also known as the Asiatic cholera pandemic, was a cholera pandemic that reached from India across western Asia to Europe, Great Britain, and the Americas, as well as east to China and Japan.
Cholera caused more deaths, more quickly, than any other epidemic disease in the 19th century. The medical community now believes cholera.
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Cholera as it has recently appeared in the towns of Newcastle and Gateshead By Greenhow T. Churchwardens' accounts of Pittington and other parishes in the diocese of Durham ).by James H Barnby.
Collotype facsimile transcript of an Elizabethan manuscript at Alnwick castle, (). By Francis Rating: % positive. Cholera was most dangerous in the new industrial towns of the north or in the centre of big cities like London.
Here people lived in crowded housing. Most people got their water from a tap in the street and often the supply was pumped out of a nearby river. This river could easily be used for sewage disposal at the same time.
In the summer ofa series of cholera riots occurred in various towns and cities throughout Britain, frequently directed against the authorities, doctors, or both. The city of Liverpool, in the northwest of England, experienced more riots than elsewhere.
Between 29 May and 10 Juneeight major street riots occurred, with several other. The bishopric of Durham was dissolved, and Gateshead was annexed by act of parliament to Newcastle.
King Edward VI. proposed to have erected a bishopric at Newcastle,(Nicholas Ridley, a native of Northumberland, was named to be the Newcastle bishop.) out of part of the dissolved see, but these purposes were defeated by his death, and on the accession of Queen.
Durham Contents Nearby Places. Gateshead "This ancient parish is almost co-extensive with the present municipal borough of Gateshead, and now comprises, in addition to the mother-parish of St.
Mary's and that of Gateshead Fell, eight ecclesiastical. Gateshead across the decades: New photo book throws light on town Gateshead From Old Photographs is full of fascinating old pictures telling the .An A to Z of Newcastle and Gateshead History Children from Newcastle and Gateshead have been learning all about the history of the region for a new book.
They have been finding out about the stories, places and people that make the North East special.