Article ID: CBB000044840

Medicine, property, and the law in Britain, 1800-1914 (1988)


Description “A study of the changes in the forensic work of medical men not only illustrates how definitions of property widened during the 19th century, but offers a further explanation of the professions rapid rise to social esteem.”

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Authors & Contributors
Forbes, Thomas Rogers
Gates, Barbara T.
Cawthon, Elisabeth A.
Burney, Ian Adnan
Crawford, Catherine
Crawford, C. J.
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Medical History
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Victorian Studies
American Philosophical Society
Princeton University Press
Clarendon Press
Stanford University Press
Oxford University Press
Virginia, University of
Forensic medicine
Hyde, Benjamin Talbot Babbitt
Wakley, Thomas
Barbut, Marc
Palmer, William
Snow, John
Time Periods
19th century
British Isles
Great Britain

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