Author:Edwin Chadwick

Edwin Chadwick
(1800–1890)
Edwin Chadwick

WorksEdit

  • An essay on the means of insurance against the casualties of sickness, decrepitude, and mortality, 1836 short work (external scan)
  • Inquiry into the sanitary condition of the labouring population of Great Britain, 1842 (external scan)
  • The practice of interment in towns, 1843 (external scan)
  • An essay on the pressure and progress of the causes of mortality amongst different classes of the community, and amongst the populations of different districts and countries, 1844 (external scan)
  • Demoralisation and injuries occasioned by the want of proper regulations of labourers engaged in the construction & working of railways, 1846 (external scan)
  • Health of towns, 1847 v short work (external scan)
  • On defences against epidemic visitations, 1856 v short work (external scan)
  • Engineers and Officials, 1856 (external scan)
  • "Poor Law Administration, its Chief Principles and their Results in England and Ireland as Compared with Scotland" in Journal of the Statistical Society of London, 27 (4) (December, 1864), pp. 492–504
  • Sanitary principles of school construction, 1871 (external scan)
  • On the jurisprudence of chargeability for sanitary works and for poor rates, police rates, and other branches of local administration, 1873 (external scan)
  • Public health, 1877 (external scan)
  • Sanitary progress, 1882 (external scan)
  • On the Evils of Disunity in Central and Local Administration, 1885 (external scan)
  • Commentaries on the report of the Royal Commission on metropolitan sewage discharge, 1885 (external scan)
  • The jubilee of sanitary science, 1887 (external scan)
  • The present and general condition of sanitary science, 1889 (external scan)
  • On an annual census: with suggestions for annual stocktakings, and reports on them for economical and efficient administration by local authorities (1889)


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