Oxford Cholera — inscribed by the author
By ACLAND, Henry Wentworth, 1856
Oxford Cholera Epidemic.
- Author: ACLAND, Henry Wentworth
- Publication place: London and Oxford
- Publisher: John Churchill, J. H. and J. Parker
- Publication date: 1856
- Physical description: First edition, 4to (275 by 217mm), 172 pp, inscribed by the author ‘Dr Brunne, with the Author’s kind regards’, 5 leaves of plates, large folding frontispiece map (expert repairs to map folds), 2 other maps (1 folding), and large folding diagram at end (all colour-lithographed), tables. Errata: p. 171. Final leaf: publisher’s advertisements. Separate map supplement ‘Map of Oxford, to illustrate Dr. Acland’s Memoir on cholera in Oxford in 1854’, spit at folds. Brown morocco-grain cloth, title in gilt.
- Inventory reference: 14424
“Acland records 317 cases of cholera in Oxford during the epidemic, the third within 25 years. The book deals with ‘the mode of invasion of the epidemic and its treatment, an account of the sanitary arrangements adopted at Oxford, and suggestions for the future. Acland was fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, physician to the RadclifFe Infirmary, Radcliffe librarian, and Dr. Lee’s reader in anatomy at the University.” (Clary)