Excerpt from The Annals of Hygiene, Vol. 1: July 15, 1884
The prevalence of cholera in France will make a few words on the subject at this time appropriate. Owing to our communication with European coun tries, we have just reason to fear that the disease may be brought amongst us this summer, and it is well, therefore, that we should know some little about it. Last summer, cholera was, as we all know, very prevalent in the far East, and with a view to investigating its na ture, two commissions were sent out from Europe - the one from France.
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