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" Next, to show that decomposition may be arrested artificially to the preservation of health without the destruction of vegetation; and that in these facts we have not only a surer basis in our reasonings on the origin of malaria, but an almost certain... "
Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Page 226
by Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1862
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Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science, Volume 3

1861 - 410 pages
...extent, is possible in soils, that this is not a mere opinion, but a fact readily demonstrated ; but that decomposition may be arrested artificially to...almost certain process for its ultimate and total extermination. Ordiiary Meetiny, March 5, 1861. Dr. JP JOVLS, President, in the Chair. Mr. JUSFPH SinTBOTHAM...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester - 1862 - 544 pages
...decompositions in the soil. Nor do I suppose that only one disinfectant will do the work, although the one I have mentioned is, as far as I know, the most powerful,...soil by the use of water only, an exactly analogous caso to that of marshes. I call it artificial malaria, although, of course, I have not produced fever...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1862 - 540 pages
...Italy. From all I hear it is badly fitted for such from its sanitary condition. By the method proposed T believe objection on the plea of health would be removed,...artificial malaria in soil by the use of water only, an eiactly analogous case to that of marshes. I call it artificial malaria, although, of course, I have...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1862 - 476 pages
...extent, is possible in soils; that this is not a mere opinion, but a fact readily demonstrated; but that decomposition may be arrested artificially to...almost certain process for its ultimate and total extermination. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL MODIFICATIONS OF THE ATMOSPHERE CONSEQUENT ON HABITATION. The...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volume 13

1862 - 446 pages
...extent, is possible in soils ; that this is not a mere opinion, but a fact readily demonstrated; but th#t decomposition may be arrested artificially to the...almost certain process for its ultimate and total extermination. Cause of Malaria. — The well-known chemist, Boussingault, recently presented a paper...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1862 - 448 pages
...extent, is possible in soils ; that this is not a mere opinion, but a fact readily demonstrated; but that decomposition may be arrested artificially to...in our reasonings on the origin of malaria, but an almo.sk certain process for its ultimate and total extermination. Cause of Malaria. — The well-known...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ...

1865 - 458 pages
...extent, is possible in soils ; that this is not a mere opinion, but a fact readily demonstrated ; but that decomposition may be arrested artificially to...almost certain process for its ultimate and total extermination. Cnuse of Malaria. — The well-known chemist, Boussingault, recently presented a paper...
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