5 edition of An account of the plague which raged at Moscow, in 1771. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Charles de Mertens ... Translated from the French, with notes.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Pearson, Richard, 1765-1836, tr.|
|LC Classifications||RC178.R8 M65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 122 (i.e. 106) p.|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||34040155|
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Account of the plague which raged at Moscow, Newtonville, Mass.: Oriental Research Partners, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles de Mertens; Richard Pearson; John T Alexander.
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AN ACCOUNT OF THE PLAGUE AT MOSCOW. In war broke out between the Russians and Turks. The year following intelligence was received that the Turks had carried the plague into Wallachia and Moldavia, where it was making great ravages; and that in the town in 1771.
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The first signs of plague in Moscow appeared in latewhich would turn into a major epidemic in the spring of The measures undertaken by the authorities, such as creation of forced quarantines, destruction of contaminated property without compensation or control, closing of public baths, etc., caused fear and anger among the city's economy was mostly.
The Russian plague epidemic of –, also known as the Plague ofwas the last massive outbreak of plague in central Russia, claiming betw andlives in Moscow alone (1/6 to 1/3 of its population). The bubonic plague epidemic that originated in the Moldovan theatre of the – Russian-Turkish war in January swept northward.
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Charles de Mertens, Observationes de febribus putridis, de peste, Vienna, ; translated as Traité de la peste, contenant l'histoire de celle qui a régné à Moscou enVienna, ; and as An account of the plague which raged at Moscow, inLondon, Cited by: The plague peaked in Septemberkilling over people every day.
Fear and anger were widespread, and protests against the measures taken started to occur. In mid-September, Archbishop Ambrosius attempted to prevent citizens from gathering at the Icon of the Virgin Mary in central Moscow as a quarantine measure. An Account Of The Plague Which Raged At Moscow, In This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a contribution to the preservation and repair of original classic literature.
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The first signs of plague in Moscow appeared in latewhich would turn into a major epidemic in the spring of Author: Nasir Puyan. But it’s not the first time that a dreadful disease has raged in our country. The Bubonic Plague of led to a riot known as “The Plague Riot.” When the plague broke out in Moscow, the city governor, Pyotr Saltykov, did not take effective quarantine measures.
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PLAGUE (in Gr.) λοιμός, in Lat. pestis, pestilentia), in medicine, a term given to any epidemic disease causing a great mortality, and used in this sense by Galen and the ancient medical writers, but now confined to a special disease, otherwise called Griental, Levantine, or Bubonic Plague, which may be shortly defined as a specific infectious fever, one variety being.
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Wh deaths were recorded in the city, the true number was probably overOther parts of the country also suffered. The earliest cases of disease occurred in the spring of in a parish outside the city.The plague is the reason we all feel weary, Tarrou argues.
It’s a weary business to have the plague, but it’s a wearier business to try to beat it, especially since the only thing that can set us free is death. Despite all this discourse, Tarrou maintains that he is in fact modest and not qualified to judge anyone.3 Medieval and Modern Bubonic Plague: Some Clinical Continuities LARS WALLØE In his book The Black Death transformed,1 Samuel K Cohn claims that the epidemic disease described in western European historical sources from AD to the mid- seventeenth century under the names plague, pestis, pestilence, plagen and the like.