Table of contents for Limeys : the conquest of scurvy / David I. Harvie.

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'Death's Dire Ravage'                          11
'Soe Many of the Best Chirurgeons'             20
'The Vain and Chimerical Belief'               42
A Learned Man'                                 59
'I Shall Confirm All by Experience and Facts'  83
'The Province Has Been Mine'                   95
'But the Power is in Others'                  115
'My Attendance was Never Again Asked'         145
'Policy as Well as Humanity Concur'           164
'Every Ship Shall Have on Board a Sufficient Quantity' 198
'Lime Juice and Wine Merchants'               218
'The British Army Were Allowed to Rot of Scurvy'  228
'The True Antiscorbutic is Purity of Food'    238

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Lind, James, 1716-1794, Ship physicians Great Britain Biography, Scurvy History 18th century, Medicine, Naval Great Britain History 18th century, Scurvy Prevention History 18th century, Seafaring life History 18th century