HC Deb 14 July 1884 vol 290 cc931-2

I would ask the President of the Local Government Board a Question of which I have not been able to give him private Notice—namely, Whether with regard to several cases of cholera reported in London in the last Returns to the Registrar General the doctors refused to certify that they were cases of the ordinary type; and if there was any reason to believe that they were cases of Asiatic cholera?


I do not know about doctors refusing to certify. If there had been such refusal, no doubt I should have been at once informed. There has not been reported any case of the Asiatic type in London, or in any part of England.