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  • Address at the opening of the thirty-fourth session of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1881)
    It can scarcely be hoped that the address you are about to hear will secure approval for the Council in their choice of President, for it will deal with only one of the three branches into which the business of the Society ...
  • Consolidation of sanitary and medico-legal offices, and abolition of coroners' courts 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1869)
    I propose to comment very briefly on the provisions made by the State for the prevention of disease, the collection of mortuary statistics, and for the conduct of medico-legal enquiries. They seem to me to be less perfectly ...
  • The differences between the statutes bearing on public health for England and Ireland 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1865)
    No medical practitioner who has treated disease in this country, especially in its populous towns, can have failed to observe the insufficiency of our present legal enactments towards its prevention. Upon me this conviction ...
  • The Dublin hospitals - their grants and governing bodies 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1870)
    I most earnestly wish that the task of exposing abuses had devolved upon others?the officers of those hospitals in which pure motives hold sway, for instance; but as the question concerns the health, the limbs, and the ...
  • The sanitary state of Dublin 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1864)
    In this paper, for the incompleteness of which I shall at once apologize, I propose to sketch briefly, and as far as my observations have extended, the sanitary state of our city, being convinced that much disease, and ...
  • The unhealthiness of Irish towns, and the want of sanitary legislation 

    Mapother, E. D. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1866)
    In Waterford, Dr. Mackesy, and in Cork, Mr. W. d'E. Parker, have procured an expression of public opinion that a similar act is desirable in those cities, and I, being desirous that other towns should share the blessings ...