"Influenza and cholera [general atmospheric cause]"
(18 March 1837): 115
PDF from photocopy, courtesy of Taubman Medical Library, University of Michigan.
Un-transcribed except for the following extract:
"They [influenza and cholera] are both of an epidemic nature, arising, passing over the face of the earth, and disappearing, in a mysterious manner. Both seem to be influenced by the season of the year, or by the state of the atmosphere as regards heat and moisture. The course of both is, mostly, from east to west, especially in this country, where the metropolis has, in general, been the first to suffer, and, subsequently, the western parts."