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" A residence on or near a damp soil, whether that dampness be inherent in the soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in... "
Report of the State Board of Health of the State of New Hampshire. v. 6, 1887 - Page 127
1887
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board of Agriculture, Volume 29

Massachusetts. State Board of Agriculture - 1882
...in the soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, marshes, or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. " Second, Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly — nay, probably...
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Topographical Distribution and Local Origin of Consumption in Massachusetts

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch - 1862 - 110 pages
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. Second. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably,...
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The Cincinnati Lancet & Observer, Volume 5

1862
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. " Second — Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay, probably,...
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Consumption in New England, or, Locality one of its chief causes

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch - 1862 - 104 pages
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. Second. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably,...
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Medical Communications, Volume 10

Massachusetts Medical Society - 1866
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. Second. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably,...
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Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal and Western Lancet, Volume 6

1868
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes, or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. 2d. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably, prevented...
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Consumption in New England and elsewhere

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch - 1868 - 154 pages
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. Second. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably,...
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The Chicago Medical Journal, Volume 20

1868
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes or spring}' soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in !New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. Second. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably,...
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The Sanitary Condition of Boston

1875 - 199 pages
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes, or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts,...in New England, and possibly in other parts of the world." He also asserted, and here is the most valuable outcome of his researches, that consumption...
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A Century of American Medicine, 1776-1876

Edward Hammond Clarke, Henry Jacob Bigelow, Samuel David Gross, John Shaw Billings, Theodore Gaillard Thomas - 1876 - 366 pages
...soil itself, or caused by percolation from adjacent ponds, rivers, meadows, marshes, or springy soils, is one of the primal causes of consumption in Massachusetts, probably in New England, and possibly in other portions of the globe. " Second. Consumption can be checked in its career, and possibly, nay probably,...
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