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" Cork. At the period in question the troops were supplied with water from the river Lee, which, in passing through the city, is rendered unfit for drinking by the influx of the contents of the sewers from the houses, and likewise is brackish from the tide,... "
Report of the Commissioners Under an Act of the Legislature of this State ... - Page 400
by New York (N.Y.). Water Commissioners - 1835 - 206 pages
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Dublin Hospital. Reports and Communications in Medicine and ..., Volume 3

1822
...the Regimental Surgeon, entrusted to the late Mr. Bell, Surgeon, in Cork. At the period in question the troops were supplied with water from the river Lee, which, in passing through the city, is rendered unfit for drinking by the influx of the contents of the sewers from the houses, and likewise...
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An historical account of sub-ways in the British metropolis, for the flow of ...

John Williams (of Lewisham.) - 1828
...regimental surgeon, entrusted to the late Mr. Bell, surgeon of that City. At the period in question, the troops were supplied with water from the River Lee, which, in passing through the City, is rendered unfit for drinking, from the influx of the contents of sewers from the houses ; and likewise...
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Report Relative to Introducing a Supply of Water

New York (N.Y.). Common Council - 1831
...Doctor SliMuck : — As labor has built the City, and as labor now maintains the City, I would thut the City refresh her laborers with a full supply of...of water carts to bring water for the troops from a spring at a distance, and at the same time prohibited the use of the water from the river. From this...
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Documents, Volume 1, Issues 1-61

New York (N.Y.) - 1835
...means. Let the people have this refreshment, with the addition of pure air, md all is done that men ean do, to prevent epidemic disease. Putting aside human...therefore employed a number of water carts to bring v/ater for the troops from a spring at a distance, and at the same time prohibited the use of the water...
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Report to Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department ...

Great Britain. Poor Law Commissioners - Great Britain - 1842 - 457 pages
...the regimental surgeon, entrusted to the late Mr. Bell, surgeon, in Cork. At the period in question the troops were supplied with water from the river Lee, which, in passing through the city, is rendered unfit for drinking by the influx of the contents of the sewers from the houses, and likewise...
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A Treatise on Food and Diet: With Observations on the Dietetical Regimen ...

Jonathan Pereira - Diatetics - 1843 - 325 pages
...the regimental surgeon, intrusted to the late Mr. Bell, surgeon, in Cork. At the period in question, the troops were supplied with water from the river Lee, which, in passing through the city, is rendered unfit for drinking, by the influx of the contents of the sewers from the houses, and likewise...
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Illustrations of the Croton Aqueduct

Fayette Bartholomew Tower - Aqueducts - 1843 - 152 pages
...drinking the water of stagnant pools and ditches or of rivers, as of the river Lee, near Cork, (Ireland,) which, in passing through the city, receives the contents of the sewers from the houses, and is otherwise unwholesome. The organic matter contained in river water consists...
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Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Volume 9

Pharmacy - 1850
...the regimental surgeon, entrusted to the late Mr. Bell, surgeon, in Cork. At the period in question the troops were supplied with water from the river Lee, which, in p;issing through the city, is rendered unfit for drinking by the influx of the contents of the sewers...
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An Inquiry into the cause of natural death, or, death from old age ...

Homer Bostwick - 1851 - 152 pages
...drinking the water of stagnant pools and ditches or rivers, as the river Lee, near Cork, (Ireland,) which in passing through the city, receives the contents of the sewers from the houses, and is otherwise unwholesome. — Ittustrationt of the Croton JLqueduct. By F. B....
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Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt-book: Designed as a Supplement to Her ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - Cookery, American - 1856 - 306 pages
...mortality ceased among the cattle." Dr. Barry, an English physician, states, that when the troops at Cork were supplied with water from the river Lee, which, in passing through the city, is rendered unfit for drinking by the influx from sewers, Mr. Bell suspected that a dysentery, prevailing...
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