"Presidential address to the Bath and Bristol branch of the British Medical Association"
(25 July 1857): 629-32
The incoming President of the Bath and Bristol branch touched on several issues, including "general bleeding," "nature and art in the cure of disease," "treatment of carbuncle," "treatment of cancer by caustics," and "anæsthetics." It was the last subject that prompted a reply from Snow.
PDF courtesy of PubMed Central, NIH's free online digital database.
Snow's reply appeared in the next issue the following Saturday.