Due preparations for the plague as well for soul as body The dumb philosopher or Great Britain s wonder A true relation of the apparition of one Mrs Veal the next day after her death to one Mrs Bargrave at Canterbury the 8th of September 1705 The destruction of the Isle of St Vincent

Due preparations for the plague as well for soul as body  The dumb philosopher  or  Great Britain s wonder  A true relation of the apparition of one Mrs Veal the next day after her death to one Mrs Bargrave at Canterbury  the 8th of September 1705  The destruction of the Isle of St  Vincent

Daniel Defoe George Atherton Aitken. FAMILY PREPARATIONS AGAINST THE
PLAGUE I include these preparations under the head of private , as opposed to
the public preparations I spoke of in the first general ; but they are a kind of public
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Author: Daniel Defoe

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ISBN: HARVARD:HXMUQC

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Due Preparations for the Plague

Due Preparations for the Plague

Author: Daniel Defoe

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ISBN: OCLC:1087269070

Category: Great Plague, London, England, 1664-1666

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Due preparations for the plague The king of the pirates

Due preparations for the plague     The king of the pirates

Whether it came out before or after the Journal of the Plague Year , which
appeared in March of the same year , cannot be definitely said . Though Mr. Lee
accidentally omitted the Due Preparations from the catalogue of Defoe's works
prefixed ...

Author: Daniel Defoe

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Writings on Travel Discovery and History Due preparations for the plague 1722 and Mere nature delineated 1726

Writings on Travel  Discovery  and History  Due preparations for the plague  1722  and Mere nature delineated  1726

Courtship ( 1722 ) and Due Preparations for the Plague having much in common
with the discussion of conduct and of expected duties in Moll Flanders and
Colonel Jack published in the same year . Certainly , Due Preparations for the
Plague ...

Author: Daniel Defoe

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ISBN: UCSC:32106016571116

Category: Great Britain

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The Gentleman s Magazine

The Gentleman s Magazine

Preparations " was written after the Mr. Wilson , in his is · Life and Times of "
Journal ; ” as , though the author Defoe ... of the book is , “ Due visions as for a
regular siege , till the Preparations for the Plague , as well virulence of the Plague
had ...

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Daniel Defoe s Journal of the Plague Year

Daniel Defoe s Journal of the Plague Year

The “ Journal of the Plague Year ” extols the same virtues , to be persisted in
even in situations of the utmost terror . ... and ( 3 ) “ Due Preparations for the
Plague ” ( 1722 ) , a volume of about the same size as the “ Journal , ” describing
, among ...

Author: Daniel Defoe

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN29RL

Category: Plague

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First published in 1722, this novel presents a fictionalized version of one man's experience when London was struck by plague in 1665.
Categories: Plague

Romances and Narratives

Romances and Narratives

Crossley afterwards brought the “ Due Preparations ” under the notice of Harrison
Ainsworth , and that novelist made free use of the work in his “ Old ... If so , it
preceded , instead of following , the “ Journal of the Plague Year " ( March 1722 )
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Sweet and Clean

Sweet and Clean

Daniel Defoe's Due Preparations for the Plague (1722) echoed a similar concern
with contagion and wash water, 'that he might have Water to Dress their
Provisions with, which did not...have any living Body or Clothes washid in it,
which were ...

Author: Susan North

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198856139

Category: History

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Sweet and Clean? challenges the widely held beliefs on bathing and cleanliness in the past. For over thirty years, the work of the French historian, George Vigarello, has been hugely influential on early modern European social history, describing an aversion to water and bathing, and the use of linen underwear as the sole cleaning agent for the body. However, these concepts do not apply to early modern England. Sweet and Clean? analyses etiquette and medical literature, revealing repeated recommendations to wash or bathe in order to clean the skin. Clean linen was essential for propriety but advice from medical experts was contradictory. Many doctors were convinced that it prevented the spread of contagious diseases, but others recommended flannel for undergarments, and a few thought changing a fever patient's linens was dangerous. The methodology of material culture helps determine if and how this advice was practiced. Evidence from inventories, household accounts and manuals, and surviving linen garments tracks underwear through its life-cycle of production, making, wearing, laundering, and final recycling. Although the material culture of washing bodies is much sparser, other sources, such as the Old Bailey records, paint a more accurate picture of cleanliness in early modern England than has been previously described. The contrasting analyses of linen and bodies reveal what histories material culture best serves. Finally, what of the diseases-plague, smallpox, and typhus-that cleanliness of body and clothes were thought to prevent? Did following early modern medical advice protect people from these illnesses?
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Book News

Book News

Due Preparations for the Plague , as well for Soul as Body . By Daniel Defoe .
Edited by George A . Aitken . With illustrations by J . B . Yeats . Romances and
Narratives by Daniel Defoe . Vol . XV . 250 pp . 12mo , 75 cents ; by mail , 84
cents .

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The Popular Science Monthly

The Popular Science Monthly

The progress of the disease in London has been vividly portrayed by Defoe in the
' Journal of the Plague Year and in the Due Preparations for the Plague . ' It is
supposed that the pest had been imported in bales of goods from Smyrna into ...

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Appletons Popular Science Monthly

Appletons  Popular Science Monthly

According to Defoe , there died of the plague in Marseilles and within a league of
its walls 60 , 000 . ... It was experience of this kind in isolation of the healthy which
led Defoe to write his ' Due Preparations for the Plague . ' Toward the middle ...

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Remains Historical and Literary Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester

Remains  Historical and Literary  Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester

A girl died in our parish of the plague , in the same house as the other ( a porter )
. The other two ... The title of the work is , “ Due Preparations for the Plague , as
well for Soul as Body , being some seasonable Thoughts upon Jul . 2. I preached
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The Life of Daniel Defoe

The Life of Daniel Defoe

... things would inevitably ensue . 76.- " THE JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE " AND '
CARTOUCHE . " WORKS : 213. - A Journal of the Plague . 17th March , 1722 .
213 ( a ) .- Due Preparations for the Plague . 1722. ( Omitted from Mr. Lee's List . )
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Author: Thomas Wright

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ISBN: UOM:39015078561068

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