In India, the European women in general enjoy a much better state of health than the (6 (( I a (6 (( (( (( (C ( a ( a#39;\ (6 ( a#39; (t (( ( a (C (( (C (6 ( a#39;a ( a#39;\ (( (( - G a I C I 6 men. as soon as the rainy season set in, the lancet was seldom or never used. a A salivation generally cured the disease of the liver, if the spitting ... Child-bearing is, however, peculiarly fatal to them at Calcutta Ch. III. aa#39;zssrrent Part: aftlze East Indies.
|Title||:||An essay on diseases incidental to Europeans in hot climates. With the method of preventing their fatal consequences ... To which is added, an appendix concerning intermittent fevers ... The fourth edition|
|Author||:||James LIND (Physician to the Royal Hospital at Haslar.)|