The Great Plague

The Great Plague

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The Great Plague of 1665/6 is the best known epidemic in English history. This is partly because of its sheer scale, and partly because of the vivid evidence provided by Samuel Pepys. This study examines the origin, nature and impact of the plague and looks at contemporary opinions regarding its cause together with the measures taken by national and local government to restrict its spread and to deal with its victims.
Publisher: Stroud, Gloucestershire, c2000
ISBN: 9780750916158
075091615X
Branch Call Number: 614.49 POR
Characteristics: 213 p

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