In 1864 Edmund Alexander Parkes published the first edition of the Manual of Practical Hygiene; it reached during his lifetime a fourth edition, an eighth edition in 1891, and was translated into many languages. It used a traditional airs, waters and places structure, going back to Hippocrates, and this persisted for a generation. In 1896 it was revised by James Lane Notter and R. H. Firth, in a version that was a standard, through six editions, for military hygiene until 1905.
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- Parkes, Edmund Alexander”. Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.
- Michael Worboys, Spreading Germs: diseases, theories, and medical practice in Britain, 1865–1900 (2000), p. 111.
- Philip D. Curtin, Death by Migration: Europe’s encounter with the tropical world in the nineteenth century (1989), p. 105.