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FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.
Paris, Nov. 22, 1884.
— Believing that a short account of the recent epidemic of cholera which has visited this city may be of interest to some readers of the Journal. I send you a brief description of what it came in my way to observe.I reached Paris, Oct. 20. In Berlin the weather had been cold with frequent drizzling rains and a dull, dark and dismal atmosphere. I was told that a somewhat similar state of things had also been present in Paris, although the weather was fine on my arrival. During the four weeks of my stay in this city, there have been two rainy and two or three cloudy days. The weather during the remaining time has been generally clear, and the temperature cool, the midday averaging perhaps 50° F. to 55° F.The drainage of the greater part of
A. N. B.. LETTER FROM PARIS-THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC. JAMA. 1885;IV(2):52–54. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390770024010
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