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References:
  • American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (2012): 36–38—Ivers and Walton, "The first' case of cholera in Haiti." Download: PDF
  • Annual Register (1832), 304–06 [chronological progress of first English cholera epidemic]. Download: PDF
  • Annual Register (1832)—[chapters 1–4 cover Parliamentary debates on 1832 Reform Bill that expanded franchise]. Download: PDF
  • Board of Health (1831–10)—Rules and regulations for preventing cholera morbus. Download: PDF
  • Bostridge, Mark (2008)—Florence Nightingale, 92–97, 196–201. Download: PDF
  • British Medical Directory (1853). Download: PDF
  • British Medical Journal (1895-07): 24–26, 100–03—Bailey on the Medical Institutions of London. Download: PDF
  • British and Foreign Medical Review (1855-04): 449–63—Parkes, Review of Snow's MCC2. Download: PDF
  • British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review (1866-07)—Review of Filippo Pacini, "Sulla Causa . . . Colera Asiatico" [Specific Cause . . . Asiatic Cholera] (Firenze, 1865). Download: PDF
  • Budd, William (1849-10)—Malignant Cholera: Its Mode of Propagation and its Prevention. Download: PDF
  • Builder (1854–09–09): 473–74—"The life and death question. The outbreak in Berwick Street." Download: PDF
  • Chapple, John and Arthur Pollard, Letters of Mrs. Gaskell (1966): 305–10. Download: PDF
  • Cholera Inquiry Committee (1855-07–25)—Report on the cholera outbreak in the parish of St. James, Westminster, during the autumn of 1854. Download: PDF
  • Clark, Gregory (2007)—40–42. Download: PDF
  • Daily News (1854-09-04): 3, b–c—"Cholera: Its cause and cure." Download: PDF
  • Eyler, John (1979)—Victorian Social Medicine, 42–47. Download: PDF
  • Flinn, Michael (1965)—Introduction to Chadwick, Sanitary Condition, 26–29. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1849), Report on the Measures Adopted for the Execution of the Nuisances Removal and Diseases Prevention Act, and the Public Health Act, up to July 1849. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1850), Report on the Epidemic Cholera of 1848 and 1849 [includes Appendices A and B]. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1850)—Report on the Supply of Water to the Metropolis, 3–5, 311–21. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1854-12-30)—John Sutherland, "Report on Epidemic Cholera in the Metropolis in 1854." Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1855), "Report on the outbreak of cholera in the sub-districts of Berwick Street, Golden Square, and St. Anne's"—an offprint of Fraser, Hughes, and Ludlow's report published as No. 4 in GBoH, Medical Council, Appendix to report of CfSI. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1855), Medical Council, Appendix to Report of the Committee for Scientific Inquiries in Relation to the Cholera-Epidemic of 1854. online review at http://johnsnow.matrix.msu.edu/work.php?id=15-78-C0
  • General Board of Health (1855), Medical Council, CfSI "Tables"—index and link to the 30 tables of house-to-house visitation in Appendix to Report of the CfSI, No. 14. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1855-07-14), Medical Council, Report of the Committee for Scientific Inquiries in Relation to the Cholera-Epidemic of 1854. Download: PDF
  • General Board of Health (1855-07-26), Medical Council, "Report in relation to the cholera-epidemic of 1854." Download: PDF
  • General Register Office (1852-02-07)—Report on the Mortality of Cholera in England, 1848–49. Download: PDF
  • General Register Office (1853-11-19), Weekly Return: 401–06—"Cholera and the London water supply." Download: PDF
  • General Register Office (1853-11-26), Weekly Return: 409—"Mortality from cholera in districts supplied by water companies." Download: PDF
  • General Register Office (1853-12-03), Weekly Return: 429–32—"State of the London water supply." Download: PDF
  • General Register Office (1854-09-02), Weekly Return: 305–06, 309—"Health of London during the week" and cholera deaths at the Middlesex Hospital. Download: PDF
  • General Register Office (1854-09-09), Weekly Return: 337–50—"Appendix" containing deaths from cholera and diarrhoea in St. James, Marylebone, and the Strand for weeks ending 26 August, 2 September, and 9 September. Download: PDF
  • Godwin, George (1854)—London Shadows, 64—digital copy of entire book available at the following url: online review at http://www.victorianlondon.org/publications4/shadows.htm Download: PDF
  • Halliday, Stephen (1999)—Great Stink of London, 26–29, 40–57. Download: PDF
  • Hamlin, Christopher (2009)—Cholera. The Biography, 19–22, 34. Download: PDF
  • Health of Towns Commission (1844), First Report, vol. II. Download: PDF
  • Health of Towns Commission (1845), Second Report, vol. I: 192–96—"Memorial from the Southwark and Vauxhall water company." Download: PDF
  • Herschel, John (1830)—Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural Philosophy, 150–51, 186. Download: PDF
  • Jackson, Lee (2014)—Dirty Old London, 70–85. Download: PDF
  • Journal of Public Health, and Sanitary Review (1856-10): 239–57—Snow, "Cholera and the water supply in the south districts of London, in 1854." Download: PDF
  • King, Lester (1958)—Medical World of the Eighteenth Century, 141. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1831-10-29): 158–60—"Board of Health. Public notification respecting the cholera morbus." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1831-11-19): 241–84—Wakley, "History of the blue cholera of India." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1831-12-31): 490—O'Shaughnessy on his experiments on blood from cholera victims. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1832-04-07): 21–24, 51–54, 85–88—"Westminster Medical Society" [debate on the contagious or non-contagious nature of Asiatic cholera]. online review at http://johnsnow.matrix.msu.edu/work.php?id=15-78-D4
  • Lancet (1832-04-28): 122–25—editorial in which Wakley claims that something in England rendered an otherwise contagious disease contingently contagious. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1832-05-05): 146–50, 156–57—"Westminster Medical Society" final debate on the contagious or non-contagious nature of Asiatic cholera, plus an editorial]. online review at http://johnsnow.matrix.msu.edu/work.php?id=15-78-13F
  • Lancet (1832-05-05): 153—Wakley on medicine as an inductive science. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1842-10-15): 111—"Medium of contagion" [three portals of entry into humans]. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1846-08-15)—Milroy, "Writings of Sydenham," Nos. 1-3. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1847-04-10)—Milroy, "Writings of Sydenham," Nos. 4-6. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1848-02-26): 242—Pater, "Asiatic cholera." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1848-11-04)—Medical society paper on "pathology and treatment of cholera" [late-stage cholera symptoms]. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-07-28): 107—Pater, "Proposal for a medical congress." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-09-15): 301–02—Pater, "Proposed new society." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-09-22): 317–18—Wakley, "Reviews" [Snow's MCC]. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-10-06): 368–71—Swayne, "Account of cells peculiar to cholera." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-10-13): 398—Swayne, Illustrations for "Account of cells peculiar to cholera." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-10-13): 401–02—Webster on cholera in London at the WMS. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-10-20): 431–33—Snow delivers PMCC at the WMS. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-10-27): 458–60—Discussion of PMCC at the WMS. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-10-27): 460—A member of the Bristol Microscopical Society defends his colleagues. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-11-02): 775–79—Report of the RCP cholera committee on microscopic bodies. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-11-17): 530–32—Swayne disputes RCP's rejection of cholera fungus. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1849-12-01): 592—J. H. Tucker [Pater], "Further remarks on the proposed new society." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1850-08-03): 156–57—"Epidemiological Society" [organizational meeting]. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1850-12-07): 639–42—"Epidemiological Society" [first meeting]. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1851-02-08): 170–71—"Epidemiological Society" [Hoskins' paper on cholera and smallpox]. Download: PDF
  • Lancet (1851-02-08): 170–71—"Epidemiological Society." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (2008-04-26): 1410–11—Jones on "Thomas Wakley and founding of the Lancet." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (2012-05-16): 1914–21—Sharp on "Thomas Wakley." Download: PDF
  • Lancet (2014-12-06): 2024—Giesecke on "Primary and index cases." Download: PDF
  • London Journal of Medicine (1849-05): 409–37—Garrod, "Pathological condition of blood in cholera." Download: PDF
  • London Journal of Medicine (1851)—Review of John Grove's book on "Living Germs . . . as a Source of Disease." Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1849-09-14): 466–70—Editors, "Reviews" [Snow's MCC]. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1849-09-28): 530–42—Brittan, "Microscopical investigations of cholera." Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1849-10-19,26): 692, 733–34—Busk on alleged cholera fungus. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1849-11-02): 745–52—Snow, "On the pathology and mode of communication of cholera," part 1. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1849-11-30): 923–29—Snow, "On the pathology and mode of communication of cholera," part 2. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1851-02-28): 382–88—"Epidemiological Society", Hoskins on cholera and smallpox in Guernsey. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1851-05-09): 826—"Epidemiological Society" [Snow begins reading paper on MPC]. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1851-06-13): 1050–51—"Epidemiological Society" [Snow reads more of MPC]. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1851-11-21): 898–901—"Epidemiological Society" [Babington's presidential address, second session]. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1851-11-29): 559–62—Snow, "MPC," part 1. Download: PDF
  • London Medical Gazette (1851-21-13): 610–12—Snow, "MPC," part 2. Download: PDF
  • Mathews, Bristol and Clifton Directory (1851). Download: PDF
  • Medical Times (1850-08-03): 132–33—"Epidemiological Society" [organizational meeting]. Download: PDF
  • Medical Times (1850-12-07): 610–11—"Medical News. Epidemiological Society" [first meeting]. Download: PDF
  • Medical Times and Gazette (1854–09–02): 247–48—Snow, "Communication of cholera by Thames water." Download: PDF
  • Medical Times and Gazette (1854–09–23): 321–22—Snow, "Cholera near Golden-square, and at Deptford." Download: PDF
  • Medical Times and Gazette (1854–12–16): 628–29—"Epidemiological Society. Cholera in Golden-square" [Snow exhibits map to be published in MCC2]. Download: PDF
  • Medical Times and Gazette (1854–19–07): 363–65—Stewart, "Cholera in the Middlesex Hospital." Download: PDF
  • Medico-Chirurgical Transactions (1821): 110–56—Corbyn and Blane, "Account of epidemic spasmodic cholera in India." Download: PDF
  • Metropolitan Commission of Sewers (1849-08-06)—John Grant's report on cholera in St. George's Road. Download: PDF
  • Metropolitan Commission of Sewers (1849-08-09)—John Grant's report on cholera in Surrey Buildings, Horsleydown. Download: PDF
  • Metropolitan Commission of Sewers (1854-09-22)—Edmund Cooper, "Report on an enquiry and examination into the state of the drainage in houses . . . in which deaths have occurred from cholera." Download: PDF
  • Metropolitan Commission of Sewers (1854-09-22)—Edmund Cooper, "Schedule" accompanying the "Report" on house drainage in the St. James, Westminster cholera field. Download: PDF
  • Morning Chronicle (1854-09-01): 8, e—"Died," a list that includes the surgeon, Mr. Tilly. who died of cholera whilst treating victims from Soho. Download: PDF
  • O'Shaughnessy, W. B., Report on the Chemical Pathology of the Malignant Cholera (1832). Download: PDF
  • Observer (1854-09-03): 4, e—"State of the sewers—the public health" [concludes on page 5, a—see PDF of next file]. Download: PDF
  • Observer (1854-09-03): 5, b—"General Board of Health." Download: PDF
  • Observer (1854-09-04): 6—"Sudden ravages of the cholera." Download: PDF
  • Observer (1854-09-10): 5, d–e—"The cholera. Progress." Download: PDF
  • Observer (1854-09-11): 6, a—Conclusion of "the cholera. Progress" [clearer copy in the Monday edition]. Download: PDF
  • Payne, Joseph P.— Thomas Sydenham (1820) [on plague and fever]. Download: PDF
  • Porter, Roy (1997)—Greatest Benefit to Mankind, 239, 262, 409–12. Download: PDF
  • Rawnsley, H. D. (1898)—Henry Whitehead, 18–19, 34–37. Download: PDF
  • Rosenberg, Charles (1987)—Care of Strangers, 128–33. Download: PDF
  • Sheppard, Francis (1963)—Survey of London 31:2, 219, 226–27 [St. Luke's Church]. Download: PDF
  • Sheppard, Francis (1971)—London, 1808–1870, 250–55, 264–67. Download: PDF
  • Snow, John (1849-08-17)—"on narcotism by the inhalation of vapours," part 12. Download: PDF
  • Snow, John (1849-08-29)—On the Mode of Communication of Cholera. Download: PDF
  • Snow, John (1855)—On the Mode of Communication of Cholera. online review at http://johnsnow.matrix.msu.edu/work.php?id=15-78-52 posted on 12 February 2019
  • Sunday Times (1854-09-03): 8, a—"Marlborough-Street—Yesterday; sudden ravages of the cholera." Download: PDF
  • Times (1830-11-15): 6, f—Cholera at Moscow. To the editor." Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-06-27): 6, b–c—"To the editor" [James Johnson, Asiatic cholera would only be contingently contagious if it comes to England]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-10-24): 3, d—"Cholera Morbus. To the editor." Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-10-29): 3, f—"On the contagion of cholera" [James Johnson, restating that Asiatic cholera will not be a fearsome epidemic if it comes to England]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-11-05): 2, f—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-11-05): 4, a—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-11-25): 2, f—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1831-11-30): 2, f—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1832-01-31): 3, f—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1832-02-13): 3, b—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1832-02-28): 4, b—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1832-08-23): 2, c—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1832-10-29): 4, c—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1832-12-04): 1, d—"Cholera Morbus." Download: PDF
  • Times (1847-08-10): 6, e—"Russia" [cholera devastating army at Gergebil, west of the Caspian Sea]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1847-09-14): 4, e—"Letter from Odessa" [cholera subsiding in Odessa, but spreading rapidly in other parts of southern Russia]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1847-10-01): 7, d—"The Asiatic cholera" [cholera following same northwesterly progress as in 1831 and 1832; Warsaw taking preventive measures]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1848-10-02): 3, d—"The public health" [Privy Council declaration as Asiatic cholera approaches]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1848-10-07): 7, d–e—"The public health" [General Board of Health's first notification on cholera and its prevention]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1848-10-10): 4, d—"The cholera" [Dr. Parkes investigating earliest cases of suspected cholera in London]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1848-10-11): 5, a—"Mortality in the metropolis" [Cases of cholera deaths listed in the Weekly Return]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1849-09-26): 4, f—Budd on "Cause of cholera." Download: PDF
  • Times (1849-09-26): 5, a—Conclusion of Budd on "Cause of cholera." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-04): 7, a—"General Board of Health" [first circular issued by the new board]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-05): 7, a—"General Board of Health" [instructions to medical inspectors]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-06): 4, f—"Metropolitan Commission of Sewers." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-06): 5, f—"The Board of Health and the cholera." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-07): 5, e–f—"General Board of Health" [members of medical council]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-07): 5, f—Philips, "To the editor." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-08): 9, e—Nichols, "To the editor"; Bond, "To the editor." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-09): 7, f—A resident of Broad Street, "To the editor." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-09): 9, a—"General Board of Health" [directions to local authorities]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-09): 9, b—"Cholera in Soho" [death of Mr. Tilley, surgeon]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-15): 9, c—"Cholera in Golden Square." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-18): 9, b—Rogers, "Deficient sewerage and its connexion with cholera." Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-25): 9, c—"Metropolitan Commission of Sewers" [Bazelgette's report]. Download: PDF
  • Times (1854-09-27): 12, e–f—"Metropolitan Commission of Sewers" [Edmund Cooper's report]. Download: PDF
  • Vinten-Johansen (2001)—word comparison of Snow's 1849 publications, MCC and PMCC. Download: PDF
  • Vinten-Johansen (2002)—word comparison of Snow's three accounts of his 1854 investigations into the Broad Street cholera outbreak. Download: PDF
  • Vinten-Johansen, et al. (2003)—Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine: A Life of John Snow, 40–43, 68–73, 164–69, 184–87, 198–203, 246–49. Download: PDF
  • Whitehead, Henry (1854)—Cholera in Berwick Street, 2nd ed. Download: PDF
  • Whitehead, Henry (1856)—"Peril a bond of union. The cholera," sermon 4 in The Church and the People, 45–55. Download: PDF
  • Whitehead, Henry (1865)—"The Broad Street pump: An episode in the cholera epidemic of 1854,"Macmillan's Magazine: 113–22. Download: PDF
  • Wohl, Anthony (1983)—Endangered Lives, 144–51. Download: PDF