Cutting

Scope and Content

'A narrative of the sufferings of a collier, who was confined more than seven days, without sustenance, and exposed to the choke-damp, in a coal-pit not far from Manchester; with observations on the effects of famine; on the means of alleviating them; and on the action of foul air on the human body', Literary and Philosophical Commentaries, Vol.II, 1785.