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Sir Dominic John Corrigan - bibliography

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Irish physician, born December 1, 1802, Dublin; died February 1, 1880, Dublin.


  • Reports on the diseases of the weather of Dublin.
    Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1830.
  • Observations on a draft bill for the regulation and support of medical charities in Ireland.
    With Robert Harrison (1796-1858).
    Dublin Journal of Medical Science, 1842.
  • On famine and fever a cause and effect in Ireland; etc.
    Dublin Journal of Medical Science? 1846.
  • Lectures on the nature and treatment of fever. Dublin, 1853.

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