Oxygen! nobody knows what that may be—is it any wonder the cholera has got to Dantzic?
In the hundred to which Middlemarch belonged railways were as exciting a topic as the Reform Bill or the imminent horrors of Cholera, and those who held the most decided views on the subject were women and landholders.
He is preparing a new ward in case of the cholera coming to us.
"Let us hope that there will be no more cases of cholera to be buried in it," said Mrs. Bulstrode.
A meeting was to be held in the Town-Hall on a sanitary question which had risen into pressing importance by the occurrence of a cholera case in the town.
I presume that a constitution in the susceptible state in which mine at present is, would be especially liable to fall a victim to cholera, if it visited our district.
You are too clever not to see the good of a bold fresh mind in medicine, as well as in everything else; and as to cholera, I fancy, none of you are very sure what you ought to do.
He and Bulstrode rode back to Middlemarch together, talking of many things—chiefly cholera and the chances of the Reform Bill in the House of Lords, and the firm resolve of the political Unions.
He added, "The town has done well in the way of cleansing, and finding appliances; and I think that if the cholera should come, even our enemies will admit that the arrangements in the Hospital are a public good."
There are no more uses of "cholera" in the book.
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So far, 21 people have died in a suspected cholera outbreak in a remote southern Philippine township.
But there was no clean water and people started dying from cholera.