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DR. SHRIMPTON

35 South Street, Park Lane W
19 Sept. 1868
Acknowledges his letter and the copy of the 'Congres International' with his paperj Dr. Farr's Registrar General Report on Cholera in London of 1866;2 the Army Sanitary Commission is to carry out a special enquiry into Cholera all over India; the Spaniards and Gibraltar have put British ships in quarantine because of the London epidemic; 'The Wisdom of the quarantine world transcends belief!' 4p B.M. Add.MSS.45801.f.117
1. 'Cholera: son silege, sa nature,' Transactions of the First International Congress of Medicine, 1867, Paris, Asselin, 1868, pp. 549-553.
2. Farr's Report on the cholera epidemic of 1866 in England.
Supplement to the 29th annual report of the Registrar General, London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1868. Section I (pp.xii-xxxix) on cholera in London.

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