This bibliography includes the published works cited in the papers above, and a selection of works on epidemics and disease in London from the Centre's Bibliography of Printed Works on London History'Account of a grocer in Wood Street, Cheapside...during the Great Plague in 1665', Gentleman's Magazine, 95:1 (1825), pp. 311-16.
A collection of the yearly Bills of Mortality from 1657 to 1758 inclusive (London: printed for A. Millar in the Strand, 1759).
Abel-Smith, Brian. The hospitals 1800-1948; a study in social administration in England and Wales (London: Heinemann, 1964).
Ackerknecht, Erwin H. Medicine at the Paris Hospital, 1794-1848 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1967).
Alister, Charles. 'On every side the plague', Greenwich and Lewisham Antiquarian Society Transactions, 8 (1973-4), pp. 32-7.
Alldridge, Nick (ed.). The Hearth Tax: problems and possibilities (Hull: Humberside Polytechnic, 1984).
Appleby, Andrew B. 'The disappearance of plague: a continuing puzzle', Economic History Review, 2nd series, 33 (1980), pp. 161-73.
Archer, Ian W. The pursuit of stability: social relations in Elizabethan England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991).
Balmford, J. A short dialogue concerning the plagues infection (London, 1603).
Bastian, F. 'Defoe's "Journal of the Plague Year" reconsidered', Review of English Studies, new series, 16 (1965), pp. 151-73.
Bateman, Thomas. Reports on the diseases of London, and the state of the weather, from 1804 to 1816... preceded by a historical view of ... disease in the metropolis in past times. (London: Longman, 1819).
Bell, Walter George. Fleet Street in seven centuries (London: Pitman and Sons, 1912).
Bell, Walter George. 'Wardmote Inquest Registers of St Dunstan's in the West', London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Transactions, new series, 3 (1914-17), pp. 56-70.
Bell, Walter George. The Great Plague in London in 1665. (1st edn. London: John Lane the Bodley Head, 1924; revised edn. London: Bodley Head, 1951).
Bell, Walter George. The Great Plague: grim tragedy told in church's records of 1665 (The Chronicles of St. Bride's, No. 2; London: Guild of St Bride, 1958).
Boehrer, B. 'Early modern syphilis', Journal of the History of Sexuality, 1:2 (1990).
Boghurst, William. Loimographia: an account of the Great Plague of London in year 1665, ed. by Joseph Frank Payne (London: Shaw, 1894).
Boulton, Jeremy. Neighbourhood and society. A London suburb in the seventeenth century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987).
Bradley, Leslie. 'The geographical spread of plague' in The plague reconsidered: a new look at its origins and effects in 16th and 17th-century England (Local Population Studies Supplement, No. 4; Matlock: Local Population Studies, 1977).
Brothwell, D.R. Digging up bones: the excavation, treatment, and study of human skeletal remains (3rd edn. London: British Museum (Natural History), 1981).
Brownlee, J. 'Certain aspects of the theory of epidemiology in special relation to plague', Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine (Section of Epidemiology and State Medicine), 11 (1918), pp. 85-127.
Buer, M.C. Health, wealth, and population in the early days of the Industrial Revolution (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1926).
Bullein, William. A dialogue bothe pleasaunte and pietifull, wherein is a goodly regimente against the fever pestilence (London, 1576) [British Library c71 a35].
Bullock-Anderson, Joan, Clubb, Clare and Cox, Jacqueline (comps.) A guide to archives and manuscripts at Guildhall Library (London: Guildhall Library, 1989).
Burditt, J.E. 'Smallpox in Dagenham, 1871', Barking Record, 85 (1973), pp. 10- 12.
Burditt, J.E. 'A smallpox epidemic in Barking, 1901-2', Barking Record, 86 (1974), pp. 10-14.
Burnby, Juanita Gordon Lloyd, and Whittet, Thomas Douglas. Plague, pills and surgery: the story of the Bromfields (Edmonton Hundred Historical Society Occasional Papers, n.s., 31, 1975).
Bynum, William F. 'Cullen and the study of fevers in Britain, 1760-1820', in W.F. Bynum and V. Nutton (eds.), Theories of fever from antiquity to the Enlightenment (Medical History, Supplement No. 1; London: Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1981), pp. 135-148.
Bynum, William F. 'Hospital, disease and community: the London Fever Hospital, 1801- 1850' in Charles E. Rosenberg (ed.), Healing and history: essays for George Rosen (Folkestone and New York: Dawson Science History, 1979).
Caldin, Winifride, and Raine, Helen. 'The plague of 1625 and the story of John Boston, parish clerk of St Saviour's, Southwark', London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Transactions, 23 (1971-2), pp. 90-9.
Caraman, Philip. Henry Morse: priest of the plague (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1957).
Carmichael, Ann G. Plague and the poor in Renaissance Florence (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986).
Champion, J.A.I. London's dreaded visitation. The social geography of the great plague of 1665 (Institute of British Geographers, Historical Geography Research Series No. 31, 1995).
Champion, J.A.I. 'Relational databases and the Great Plague in London 1665', History and Computing, 5:1 (1993, forthcoming).
Chave, S.P.W. 'Henry Whitehead and cholera in Broad Street', Medical History, 2 (1958), pp. 92-108.
Christie, J. (ed). Some account of the parish clerks (London: Worshipful Company of Parish Clerks, 1893).
Clapham, Henoch. An epistle discoursing upon the pestilence (London, 1603).
Cipolla, Carlo M. Cristofano and the plague, a study in the history of public health in the age of Galileo (London: Collins, 1973).
Clippingdale, S.D. 'A medical roll of honour: physicians and surgeons who remained in London during the Great Plague', British Medical Journal, 1 (1909), pp. 351-3.
Cool, Jacob. Den staet van Londen in hare groote peste, with an introduction by J.A. van Dorsten and K. Schaap (Leiden: Brill, 1962). [Facsimile of contemporary account of plague of 1603 by Dutch merchant living in London.]
Cooper, William Durant. 'Notices of the last Great Plague, 1665-6; from the letters of John Allin to Philip Fryth and Samuel Jeake', Archaeologia, 37 (1857), pp. 1- 22.
Cotta, John. A short discoverie of the unobserved dangers of severall sorts of ignorant and unconsiderate practisers of physicke in England (London: William Jones and R. Boyle, 1612).
Cox, M.J., Molleson, T.I., and Waldron, T. 'Preconception and perception: the lessons of a 19th century suicide', Journal of Archaeological Science, 17 (1990), pp. 573- 81.
Creighton, Charles. A history of epidemics in Britain (With additional material by D.E.C. Eversley et al. 2nd edn. 2 vols. London: Cass, 1965).
Darlington, Ida, and Howgego, James. Printed maps of London circa 1553-1850 (London: G. Philip, 1964).
Defoe, Daniel. A Journal of the Plague Year (Harmondsworth: Penguin (Classics edn.), 1986).
Dekker, Thomas. London looke backe (London, 1630); Newes from Graves- end: sent to no-body (London, 1604); A rod for run-awaies (London, 1625); The wonderfull yeare (London, 1603): all in F.P. Wilson (ed.), The plague pamphlets of Thomas Dekker (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1925).
Dinnis, Francis Henry (ed.). Paddington in 1665, the year of the Great Plague, being extracts from an old parish register (London, Morton, 1874).
Douglas, Mary. Purity and danger: an analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo (London: Ark, 1984).
Durey, Michael J. The return of the plague: British society and the cholera, 1831- 2 (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1979).
Elcombe, Graham. 'Epidemic in Pinner, 1741', The Pinn, No. 4 (1991), pp. 57- 62.
Elyot, Sir Thomas. Castel of Helthe (London,1539) [British Library c54 a18]
Faithorne, William. An exact delineation of the cities of London and Westminster and the suburbs (London: 1658).
Finlay, Roger. Population and metropolis: the demography of London, 1580- 1650 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981).
Fisher, John L. 'The Black Death in Essex', Essex Review, 52 (1943), pp. 13- 20.
Forbes, Thomas Rogers. 'By what disease or casualty: the changing face of death in London', Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 31 (1976), pp. 395-420.
Forbes, Thomas Rogers. 'The searchers', New York Academy of Medicine Bulletin, 2nd series, 50 (1974), pp. 1031-8.
Foucault, Michael. The birth of the clinic: an archaeology of medical perception, transl. by A.M. Sheridan Smith (London: Tavistock, 1973, paperback edn., 1976).
Furnivall, Frederick J. (ed.). Four supplications (Early English Text Society extra series no. 13; London: N. Truber and Co., 1871).
Fyshe, Simon. A supplicacyon for the beggars (London, c.1529) in F.J. Furnivall (ed.), Four supplications (London: N. Truber and Co., 1871)
Gasper, Julia. The dragon and the dove: the plays of Thomas Dekker (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990).
Gasquet, Francis Aidan. The Black Death of 1348 and 1349 (2nd edn. London: Bell, 1908).
Gittings, Clare. Death, burial and the indivdual in early modern England (London: Croom Helm, 1984).
Glanville, Philippa. London in maps (London: The Connoisseur, 1972).
Granshaw, Lindsay. 'The rise of the modern hospital in Britain' in Andrew Wear (ed.), Medicine in society: historical essays (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992).
Graunt, John. Natural and political observations made upon the Bills of Mortality in Charles Henry Hull (ed.), The economic writings of Sir William Petty (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1899), vol. 2.
Green, F.H.K. 'An eighteenth-century small-pox hospital', British Medical Journal, i (1939).
Gregg, C. Plague (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1978, rev. 1985).
Grell, Ole Peter. 'Plague in Elizabethan and Stuart London: the Dutch response', Medical History, 34 (1990), pp. 424-39.
Guildhall Library. Handlist of parish registers (2 parts; Part 1 6th edn.; part 2 5th edn.; London: Guildhall Library, 1990, 1986).
Guildhall Library. 'A list of works in Guildhall Library relating to the plague in London, together with the bills of mortality, 1532(?)-1858', Guildhall Miscellany, 2 (1965), pp. 306-17.
Guy, William A. 'Two hundred and fifty years of smallpox in London, together with a supplement relating to England and Wales', Royal Statistical Society Journal, 45 (1882), pp. 399-437.
Hale, David George. The body politic: a political metaphor in Renaissance English literature (The Hague: Mouton, 1971).
Harding, Vanessa. ' "And one more may be laid there": the location of burials in early modern London', London Journal, 14 (1989), pp. 115-18.
Hardy, Anne. 'Diagnosis, death and diet: the case of London, 1750-1909', Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 18 (1988), pp. 387-401.
Hardy, Anne. 'Smallpox in London: factors in the decline of the disease in the nineteenth century', Medical History, 27 (1983), pp. 111-138.
Hardy, Anne. 'Urban famine or urban crisis? Typhus in the Victorian city', Medical History, 32 (1988), pp. 401-25.
Hart, Harold W. The short life of a restricted London hospital (London: Lewisham Local History Society, 1985).
Harvey, Gideon. The City Remembrancer: being historical narratives of the Great Plague at London, 1665; Great Fire, 1666; and Great Storm, 1703...compiled from the papers of Dr Harvey (2 vols.; London: Nicholl, 1769).
Hatcher, John. Plague, population and the English economy, 1348-1530 (London: Macmillan, 1977).
Hawkins, Duncan. 'The Black Death and the new London cemeteries of 1348', Antiquity, 64 (1990), pp. 637-42.
Henry VIII. A copy of the letters wherin...King Henry the eight...made answer unto a certayn letter of Martyn Luther (London, 1528).
Higgins, Robert M.C.R. 'The 1832 cholera epidemic in east London', East London Record, No. 2 (1979), pp. 2-14.
Hirst, Leonard Fabian. The conquest of the plague; a study of the evolution of epidemiology (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1953).
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Hollingsworth, Mary F., and Hollingsworth, T.H. 'Plague mortality rates by age and sex in the parish of St Botolph's without Bishopsgate, London, 1603', Population Studies, 25 (1971), pp. 131-46.
Holmes, Isabella (Mrs Basil Holmes). The London burial grounds (London: Fisher Unwin, 1896).
Huelin, G. 'The Church's reponse to the cholera outbreak of 1866', Studies in Church History, 6 (1970), pp. 137-48.
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Hyde, Ralph, Fisher, John, and Cline, Roger (eds.). The A to Z of Restoration London (London Topographical Society publication No. 145; London: London Topographical Society, 1992) [Reduced facsimile of Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1676]
Jewers, Arthur J. 'The will of a plague-stricken Londoner', Home Counties Magazine, 3 (1901), pp. 109-10. [Richard Lane of parish of St Margaret New Fish Street, d. 1593.]
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Keene, Derek, and Harding, Vanessa. A survey of documentary sources for property holding in London before the Great Fire (London Record Society vol. 22; London: London Record Society, 1985).
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