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Published by Delta Omega Society in (Ann Arbor? Mich.) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lead -- Toxicology.,
  • Devon (England)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesEndemial colic of Devonshire.
Statementby George Baker.
ContributionsDelta Omega Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p. :
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20954239M

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  An answer to Dr. Baker's essay concerning the cause of the endemial colic of Devonshire, wherein the cyder of that county is exculpated from the accusation brought against it by that gentleman. Paperback – Author: Danmoniensis. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link). This readable narrative recalls the story of Sir George Baker's Essay concerning the Cause of the Endemial Colic of Devonshire, published in [this Bulletin, , v. 34, ]. The colic was, in fact, lead-poisoning and was traced to the use of lead in the troughs and presses employed in the manufacture of cider. The author uses this admirable piece of early epidemiological enquiry as the. The cause of endemial COLIC of DEVONSHIRE. An Essay concerning the cause of endemial colic of Devonshire. George Baker. ; The Devonshire Colic - J Hist. Med SMALLPOX. Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague (National Film Board of Canada) Trailer Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague (52 min. access from university web domain).

An essay concerning the cause of the endemial colic in Devonshire (2nd edition) London: Printed by W Bulmer & Co for Messrs Payne & Foss, Pall Mall (), 68 pp. by George Baker Prepared by Michael Steer Devon colic was a condition that afflicted people in Devon during parts of the 17th and 18th centuries before it was discovered to be lead poisoning. Baker, An essay concerning the cause of the endemial colic of Devonshire (London, ), re- printed with tome additions in Mei. An essay, concerning the cause of the endemial colic of Devonshire, which was read in the theatre of the College of Physicians, in London, on the twenty-ninth day of June, Author: George Baker. Baker’s little gem, An Essay Concerning the Cause of the Endemial Colic of Devonshire(), is less well known but equally deserving. Incidentally, the “endemial colic” to which he refers is lead poisoning caused by adulteration of the local cider. Here are Baker’s main points: • In the very first sentence of his essay, Baker mentions.