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" The local conditions of safety are, above all, these two : — (1) that, by appropriate structural works, all the excremental produce of the population shall be so promptly and so thoroughly removed that the inhabited place, in its air and soil, shall... "
Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - Page 205
by Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - 1885
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Reports of the Medical Officer of the Privy Council and Local Government ...

1867
...its decay. And thus it is that my practical adviee remains substantially what it has been for years. The local conditions of safety are, above all, these...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without faecal impurities ; and (2) that the water-supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 4

Science - 1867
...Simon arrives. The local conditions of safety against cholera, and we may add typhoid fever, are — " 1. That by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without faecal impurities ; and 2, that the water-supply of the population shall be derived from sources and...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volume 4

James Samuelson, William Crookes - Science - 1867
...Simon arrives. The local conditions of safety against cholera, and we may add typhoid fever, are — " 1. That by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without faecal impurities ; and 2, that the water-supply of the population shall be derived from sources and...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science, Volume 3

Chemistry - 1868
...substantially what it has been for years. The local conditions of safety are, above all, these two : — (l) that, by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without fecal impurities; and (2) that the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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The Artizan: A Monthly Record of the Progress of Civil and ..., Volume 26

Industrial arts - 1868
...substantially what it has been for years. The local conditions of safety are, above all, these two :— {!) that, by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without fawol impnrtiea ; aud (2) that the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volumes 17-18

Chemistry - 1868
...substantially what it has been for years. The local conditions of safety are, above all, these two : — (i) that, by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without fœcal impurities ; and (2) that the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., Volume 5

Science - 1869
...its decay. "And thus it is that my practical advice remains substantially what it has been for years. The local conditions of safety are, above all, these...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without faecal impurities ; and (2) that the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1869
...kept from fouling us with its decay. " The local conditions of safety are, above all, these two : I. That, by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without faecal impurities; and, 2. That the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Industrial arts - 1869
...kept from fouling us with its decay. "The local conditions of safety are, above all, these two: I. That, by appropriate structural works, all the excremental...place, in its air and soil, shall be absolutely without faecal impurities ; and, 2. That the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - Great Britain - 1872
...extermination. It is excrement indiscriminately which must be kept from fouling us with its decay. "The local conditions of safety are above all these...place in its air and soil shall be absolutely without facial impurities, and (2.) that the water supply of the population shall be derived from such sources,...
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