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" From my own observations in 1773, 1774, and 1775, 1 was fully convinced that many more prisoners were destroyed by it than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom. "
The Philanthropist, Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions Calculated to ... - Página 255
1812
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John Howard

Edgar Charles Sumner Gibson - 1902 - 211 páginas
...disease was something terrible. " From my own observations in 1773, 1774, and 1775," writes Howard, "I was fully convinced that many more prisoners were...by all the public executions in the kingdom. This frequent effect of confinement in prison seems generally understood, and shows how full of emphatical...
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The Medical Enlightenment of the Eighteenth Century

Andrew Cunningham, Roger French - 1990 - 330 páginas
...was fever. Howard says that from my observations in 1773 and 1774 I was fu"v convinced that many more were destroyed by it, than were put to death by all the public executions in the Kingdom . . . Esq., LL. D. (London, 1791); JB Brown, Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of John Howard,...
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Punishments of Former Days

Ernest W. Pettifer - 1992 - 175 páginas
...disease. He said, "From my own observations in 1773 and 1774, 1 was fully convinced that many more were destroyed by it, than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom. But the mischief is not confmed to prisons — multitudes catch the distemper by going to their relatives...
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The Health of Prisoners: Historical Essays

Richard Creese, William F. Bynum, J. Bearn - 1995 - 184 páginas
...gaol fever as a matter of moment. 'From my own observations in 1773, 1774, and 1775', he wrote, 'I was fully convinced that many more prisoners were...death by all the public executions in the kingdom'.'" Its evil was multiplied because it could be spread beyond the gaol by released prisoners, if, for instance,...
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The Health of Prisoners: Historical Essays

Richard Creese, William F. Bynum, J. Bearn - 1995 - 184 páginas
...1773, 1774, and 1775', he wtore, 'I was fully convinced that many more ptisoners were desttoyed by ir, than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom'.'' Irs evil was mulnplied because it could be spread beyond the gaol by released ptisoners, if, for instance,...
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The Early Sociology of Health and Illness: Medical Police : or The ..., Página 1

Kevin White - 2004 - 336 páginas
...Withheld that can suppress it. Air Howard thinks, that from this cause alone many more were destroyed than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom. We boast of the independence, the liber- concludty, nnd the freedom, which we are so justly »ns.0bser...
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Desire and Disorder: Fevers, Fictions, and Feeling in English Georgian Culture

Candace Ward - 2007 - 297 páginas
...1774, 1775, and 1776, fully convinced him "that many more prisoners were destroyed by [gaol-fever], than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom" (8-9). There were debates about whether or not the 1750 outbreak was actually jail fever. "On 25 May...
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The North American Review, Volumen70

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1850
...From my own observations in 1772 and 1773," says Mr. Howard, " I was fully convinced that many more were destroyed by it than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom ; " and this was when there were one hundred and sixty ofFences punishable by death. Another flagrant...
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The North American Review

1850
...From my own observations in 1772 and 1773," says Mr. Howard, " I was fully convinced that many more were destroyed by it than were put to death by all the public executions in the kingdom ; " and this was when there were one hundred and sixty offences punishable by death. Another flagrant...
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