Table of contents for Venereal disease, hospitals, and the urban poor ; London's foul wards, 1600-1800 / by Kevin P. Siena.


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Contents
 List of Figures
 Acknowledgments 
Introduction: Institutions and Experiences
Chapter 1: The Foul Disease, Privacy, and the Medical Marketplace 
Chapter 2: The Foul Disease in the Royal Hospitals: The Seventeenth Century
Chapter 3: The Foul Disease in the Royal Hospitals: The Eighteenth Century
Chapter 4: The Foul Disease and the Poor Law: Workhouse Medicine in the Eighteenth Century
Chapter 5: The Foul Disease and Moral Reform? The Lock Hospital
Chapter 6: Rethinking the Lock Hospital
Conclusion: Poverty and the Pox in Early Modern London
 Notes
 Bibliography
 Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sexually transmitted diseases England London History 17th century, Sexually transmitted diseases England London History 18th century, Urban poor Health and hygiene England London History 17th century, Urban poor Health and hygiene England London History 18th century, Sexually Transmitted Diseases history London, History of Medicine, 17th Cent, London, History of Medicine, 18th Cent, London, Urban Health Services history London