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Martineau, Harriet. Harriet Martineau's Writing on British History and Military Reform. Edited by Deborah Anna Logan. 6 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2005.

Vols. 1-5. History of the Peace: Being a History of England from 1816 to 1854. With an introduction 1800 to 1815 (1864)

Vol. 6. England and her Soldiers (1859); Daily News leaders on sanitary reform in the armed forces: "Army Hygiene" (14 January 1859 and 18 January 1859); "Royal Commission on the Sanitary Condition of the Army" (26 January 1859); "Reconstitution of the Army Medical Department" ( 11 February 1859 ); "An appeal to the Minister of War: Why the Delay?"(16 February 1859); "Sanitary reform for preventable epidemic disease as a matter of national security" (5 March 1859); "Sidney Herbert and barrack reform" (27 June 1859); "Overview of sanitary reform in the military in 'Review of the Year'" (31 December 1859); "Health in the Camps," "Health in the Hospitals," Atlantic Monthly (1861); Previously unpublished correspondence between Martineau and Florence Nightingale addressing health, illness, mortality, preventable disease, and nationalism; Selections from Once a Week: "Florence Nightingale's Latest Charity" (15 August 1863); "The Training of Nurses" (30 June 1860); "3 Woman's Battlefield" (3 December 1859); "The Soldier and Sailor: Their Health" (5 January 1861); "Nurses Wanted," Cornhill Magazine (1865); "Miss Nightingale's Notes on Nursing," Quarterly Review (1860)

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