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Excerpt from Public Health and Housing: The Influence of the Dwelling Upon Health in Relation to the Changing Style of Habitation; Being the Milroy Lectures Delivered Before the Royal College of Physicians, London, 1901
This subject presented some difficulty in framing a Short title. My Object is to consider the inﬂuence Of the dwelling upon health in relation to the rapidly changing style Of habitation, and may brieﬂy be described as public health and housing. It is patent to all, especially in the Metro polis, that the growth and pressure Of population is altering the mode Of living, and the exclusiveness Of the house Of former days is giving way to a Closer association Of habitations. Amongst the afﬂuent and middle classes mansions are now Often shared by families; ﬂats, with and without.
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