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1876 by John W. Davies .
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Transactions of the Clinical Society of London. Clinical Society of London. Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London.ORIGINAL PURPOSE OF THE ORGANIZATION. When the constitution of the London Epidemiological Society was created, the founders had three major purposes all related to epidemics as a broad notion, not specific to a cholera epidemic, the threat of which had stimulated the earlier letters of Pater.Sir Joseph Fayrer, president of the Epidemiological Society for and on ebook February he was created a baronet.
He took considerable interest in the wild animals and wrote a book on the tiger and procured living specimens of the pygmy hogs for the Zoological Society of London.