Dr Edward Haughton

Dr Edward Haughton
< The rise and progress of hydropathy in England and Scotland / Richard Metcalfe (Simkin Marshall, 1912)

Dr Edward Haughton was an experienced hydropathist. He was also a convinced anti-vivisectionist and an anti-vaccinationist who was the first to call for the abolition of state-supported inoculation.

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