Sunderland Cholera Epidemic, 1831-2


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History and medical treatment of cholera, as it appeared in Sunderland in 1831, by W. Haslewood and W. Mordey
- Book from 1832 digitised by Google and available as a free eBook,

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LIL 198 - Letter to Board of Heath 1831 Cholera

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LIL 197 - Cholera kings sppech 6dec1831

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LIL 215 - Cholera Clanny defence notice 12 nov 1831

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Burial Register

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LIL 200 - Cholera daily report 21 nov 1831 back

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LIL 217 - Cholera advert to John Watson re inspectors

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LIL 161 - Cholera Health Duties of Vistors 1831 - back

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LIL 199 - Cholera Poster about Willam Clanny 1831

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LIL 185 - cholera in gateshead

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LIL 217 - Cholera Notice

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LIL 74 - Cholera Deaths 13 Nov 1831

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LIL 219 - Cholera

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LIL 209 - Cholera Daily Report 16 nov 1831

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LIL 211 - Cholera Daily Report 18 nov 1831

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LIL 212 - Cholera daily report 30 dec 1831

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LIL 210 - Cholera daily report 17 nov 1831

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LIL 213 - Cholera daily report 15 nov 1831

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LIL 209 - Cholera Daily Report 16 nov 1831 back

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LIL 200 - Cholera daily report 21 nov 1831

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LIL 201 - Cholera Daily Report 19 nov 1831

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LIL 202 - Cholera daily report 25 nov 1831

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LIL 202 - Cholera daily report 25 nov 1831 back

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LIL 168 - cholera notice

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LIL 161 - choleraHealth Duties of Vistors 1831 - front

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LIL 208 - Cholera Warning Poster June 21st 1831

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LIL 159 -Cholera Port Closure Decision 1831

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Isabella Hazard, the blue girl

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LIL 216 - Warning Poster June 1831

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LIL 10 - Reverend Gray

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V0010484 A dead victim of cholera at Sunderland in 1832. Coloured lithograph by IWG.

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