Author:Charles Maclean

Charles Maclean
(1788–1824)
British physician; medical and political writer

WorksEdit

  • An Excursion into France &c, (1804) 8vo.
  • Analytical View of the Medical Department of the British Army (1810) 8vo.
  • Suggestions for the Prevention and Mitigation of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases; comprehending the Abolition of Quarantines and Lazarettoes; with some opportune Remarks upon the danger of Pestilence from Scarcity. Intended to serve as an Introduction to a work, entitled, Researches in Turkey (1817) 8vo. pp. 104
  • Evils of Quarantine Laws (1818) 8vo.
  • Practical Illustrations of the Progress of Medical Advancement during the last Thirty Years (1818) 8vo.
  • Specimens of Misrule (1820)
  • Remarks on the British quarantine laws, and the so-called sanitary laws of the continental nations of Europe, especially of those of Spain (1823)

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