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Army sanitary administration and its reform under the late Lord Herbert / by Florence Nightingale.

Main Author: Nightingale, Florence, 1820-1910.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by McCorquodale & Co., Cardington Street, [1862?]
Subjects: Herbert of Lea, Sidney Herbert, > Baron, > 1810-1861.
Great Britain. > Army > Sanitary affairs.
Note: Publisher's lilac printed wrappers.
Hand-colored frontispiece: "Diagram representing the relative Annual Mortality from Zymotic Diseases, Chest & Tubercular Diseases, & Other Diseases in the English male Population aged 15_45 and in the Infantry of the Line, serving at Home, before & since Lord Herbert's Administration."
"Read at the London meeting of the 'Congrès de bienfaisance,' June, 1862."
Physical Description: 11 p. : col. diagr. ; 22 cm.
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