A treatise on medical police, and on diet, regimen, &c. In which the permanent and regularly recurring causes of disease in general, and those of Edinburgh and London in particular, are described; with a general plan of medical police to obviate them, and a particular one adapted to the local circumstances of these cities. 2 vols.Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir and sold by Thomas Bryce & London: John Murray, 1809.
First notable work on the subject in English. Digital facsimile from Google Books at this link.
Subjects: PUBLIC HEALTH, SOCIAL MEDICINE