"Contingent contagious propagation of cholera in Russia"
(2 February 1849): 217
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Frettenbacher reported evidence of ordinary contagion along "chief lines of human intercourse. Prevailing winds had no influence on its progress>'
Outbreaks were localized, sometimes appearing "in an epidemic form, without any communication with infected districts . . . ."
"The cholera propagated itself especially in low situations, in unhealthy and confined dwellings, where the inhabitants were previously debilitated by disease, intemperance, and other depressing causes."