Mirror of Literature,  12 (1828), 367.

Filthy Water



Extract, Miscellaneous

Publications extracted:

John Bull


Sanitation, Public Health, Microscopy, Microbiology

    Observes: 'If the unhappy victims of mud-juice had constant access to the solar microscope, and there was occasionally in London a little sunshiene to set off the animated bedevilments which are crowded into the composition, and could see thousands of animals, generated in filth, and living in the highest spirits and the greatest abundance in the stuff destined for their stomachs, they would go mad'.

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