Ref NoSTRUTT/P/DERBYS
TitleStrutt Library: Box of loose "Derbyshire Pamphlets"
Date1833-1903
DescriptionDerbyshire County Council: Special report on sewage purification by Sidney Barwise, 11 pages. Published by the Public Health Committee, Feb 1898.

Trial of the persons charged with the murder of Thomas Wager, Isaac Bagshaw, and Francis Taylor, in the Red Soil Mine, at Sheldon, Near Ashford, on 2 Sep 1833. 35 pages, published by John Roberts, Derbyshire Courier Office [1833]

Report upon the prevalence of tubercular diseases in the Borough of Derby and suggested preventive measures, by William J Howarth, Medical Officer of Health and Medical Superintendent of the Borough Isolation Hospital.
24 pages
Published: Derby, Richard Keene, 1899

Report on the recent outbreak of food poisoning in Derby by William J Howarth, Medical Officer of Health; together with a report on the bacteriological investigation of the outbreak by Prof Sheridan Delepine.
54 pages
Published: Derby, Richard Keene, Jan 1903

R Laurie, MD: Sanitary progress in Derby.
20 pages
Reprinted from Public Health, Feb 1901

Sidney Barwise, County Medical Officer: Report on the bacterial purification of sewage, together with model plans by J Somes Story, County Surveyor
48 pages, with diagrams
Published: Derby, County Offices, 1901
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