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Southwood Smith was a dedicated utilitarian, and a close friend of Jeremy had a particular interest in applying his philosophical beliefs to the field of medical research. In he published The Use of the Dead to the Living, a pamphlet which argued that the current system of burial was a wasteful use of bodies that could otherwise be used for dissection by the medical profession. Southwood Smith letter, [London], to Dr. Willis Date , Dec. 12 Creator Smith, Southwood, Extent 1 items Repository David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Language Materials in English.
Market Street Boardman, Ohio () Hours of Operation: Monday 8am-7pm Tuesday 8am-7pm Wednesday 8am-5pm Thursday 7am-5pm Friday 8am-5pm. Thomas Southwood Smith ( ) was a minister, physician and social reformer, who considerably improved the health of the poor by linking sanitation with epidemics. A utilitarian, and friend of Jeremy Bentham, his arguments in The Use of the Dead to the Living () helped lead to the Anatomy Act of which allowed corpses from workhouses to be sold to medical schools, and so ended the.
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A utilitarian, and friend of Jeremy Bentham, his arguments in The Use of the Dead to the Living () helped lead to the Anatomy Act of which allowed corpses from workhouses to be sold to medical schools, and so.
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Extract. Smith, (Thomas) Southwood (–), Unitarian minister and physician, was born at Martock, Somerset, on 21 Decemberthe son of William Smith and Catherine Southwood, strict Baptists who early destined their son for the ministry. Thomas Southwood Smith, MD, sanitary reformer, was born at Martock, Somerset, on 21 December His studies for the ministry were encouraged by William Blake (), of whom he wrote a touching memoir.
According to family tradition, his ministry was first exercised among evangelical dissenters in the west of England.
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SMITH, THOMAS SOUTHWOOD, M.D. (–), sanitary reformer, was born at Martock, Somerset, on 21 Dec. His studies for the ministry were encouraged by William Blake (–) [q.
v.], of whom he wrote a touching memoir. According to family tradition, his ministry was first exercised among evangelical dissenters in the west of England. Thomas Southwood Smith, the son of William Smith and Catherine Southwood, was born at Martock, Somerset, on 21st December In he entered the Baptist academy at Bristol, headed by Dr John Ryland, with the intention of becoming a minister.
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Southwood Smith; a retrospect. This biography, written by his granddaughter Gertrude, who was G. Lewes' daughter-in-law, was published in Dr Southwood Smith by Gertrude Hill Lewes.
His views on better living conditions and quarantine reduced deaths from cholera. Dr. Ian Smith is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling books, SHRED: THE REVOLUTIONARY DIET, and SUPER SHRED: The Big Results Diet, and BLAST THE SUGAR OUT.
Dr. Smith’s highly anticipated newest book, The Cl became an instant New York Times best seller, helping hundreds of thousands of people reduce bad sugars from their diet, lose weight, lower blood .Disinfecting Fluid Letters and Reports on the Efficacy of M Ledoyens Disinfecting Fluid TOGETHER WITH Supplement HC ii Dr Southwood Smith Mr Grainger Mr Toynbee Price: £ Add to Basket Ask a Question.British physician Thomas Southwood Smith founded the Health of Towns Association inand by he served as a member of the new government department, then called the General Board of Health.
He published reports on quarantine, cholera, yellow .