Table of contents for Maritime quarantine : the British experience, c.1650-1900 / John Booker.

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1. The Seventeenth Century
2. Menace from the Baltic: Policy and Procedure
3. Menace from the Baltic: Mercantile Worries
4. The French Infection
5. Meddling in the Mediterranean
6. Messina and the Aftermath
7. Elusive Aspirations
8. Foul-bill Dilemma
9. Painful Progress
10. Kentish Fiasco
11. Malta: War, Peace and Plague
12. The Disbelievers
13. Mediterranean Misery
14. Countdown to Cholera
15. Trying to Confer
16. A Stubborn Demise
Appendix 1 (a):
 Quarantine Stations in Great Britain and the Channel Islands 
Appendix 1 (b):
 Quarantine Stations in Ireland
Appendix 2:
 Summary of Acts of the Westminster Parliament relating wholly or
 in part to quarantine
Appendix 3:
 Petitioners for the release of ships from quarantine, 1709-14
Appendix 4:
 Gross receipts and expenses of the quarantine service in Great Britain
 1800¿23 (to nearest £ sterling)
Appendix 5:
 Quarantine income at Malta, with breakdown of components
 (when known)
Appendix 6:
 Quarantine expenditure under British control on Malta 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Quarantine -- Great Britain -- History.
Communicable diseases -- Great Britain -- Prevention -- History.
Naval hygiene -- Great Britain -- History.
Quarantine -- history -- Great Britain.
History, 17th Century -- Great Britain.
History, 18th Century -- Great Britain.
History, 19th Century -- Great Britain.
Naval Medicine -- history -- Great Britain.