Брайан Стэблфорд Coming to Grips with the Great Plague

Брайан Стэблфорд Coming to Grips with the Great Plague

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Open Collections Program: Contagion, The Great Plague of London ...


The Great Plague of London in 1665 was the last in a long series of plague epidemics that first began in London in June 1499. The Great Plague killed between ...

Брайан Стэблфорд Coming to Grips with the Great Plague

It died out during the great fire that same year and never returned. Central parts of london were rebuilt with wider streets to relieve crowding and better sewage systems to improve sanitation. Giles through rat-infested alleys to the crowded and squalid parishes of whitechapel and stepney on its way to the walled city of london.

Samuel pepys, a naval administrator and member of parliament, conveyed the melancholy image of desperate people wandering the streets in search of relief from the ravages of the plague. A month later, when londons mortality rate rose sharply, pepys noted that survivors are fain to carry the dead to be buried by daylight, the nights not sufficing to do it in. Nor was it due to the fire of london that had destroyed many of the houses within the walls of the city and by the river thames.

Certain necessary directions as well for the cure of the plague, as for preventing the infection with many easie medicines of small charge, very profitable to his majesties subjects. William boghurst, a general practitioner who accurately described the symptoms of plague and predicted its demise in 1666, attributed the plagues to filth and squalor, inadequate disposal of sewage, and poor nutrition among londons impoverished residents. There was never an outbreak of plague in britain on this scale again. Pupils could create their own role play or drama set at the time using these sources.

The Great Plague of 1665-6 - The National Archives


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    Great Plague of 1665-1666 - The National Archives
    This lesson considers the measures taken by King Charles II in response to the plague.
    Брайан Стэблфорд Coming to Grips with the Great Plague

    As the colder weather set in, the number of plague victims started to fall. Helpless municipal authorities threw their earlier caution to the wind and abandoned. Some scientists suggest that the black rat had started to develop a greater resistance to the disease.

    Londons deliverance predicted in a short discourse shewing the causes of plagues in general and the probable time (god not contradicting the course of second causes) when this present pest may abate, etc. The causes & cure of the pestilence, or, a brief collection of those provoking sins recorded in the holy scriptures, for which the lord hath usually sent the sore destroying pestilence or plague among a people together with some special receipts and preservativies sic against the further encrease of this pestilential disease, and may serve as a seasonable call from the lord to invite all sorts of people to a speedy return unto the lord, and a forsaking of those sins, which otherwise will cause the wrath of the lord to break out among us, so that there will be no remedy. Giles through rat-infested alleys to the crowded and squalid parishes of whitechapel and stepney on its way to the walled city of london.

    A journal of the plague year being observations or memorials of the most remarkable occurrences, as well publick as private, which happened in london during the last great visitation in 1665 written by a citizen who continued all the while in london never made publick before. What do sources 3a and 3b reveal about peoples attitudes to the authorities during the plague? There are three types of plague. Can we rely on the figures given in this source? Give reasons for your answer 2. Well-off residents soon fled to the countryside, leaving the poor behind in impoverished and decrepit parishes.

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