28 APRIL 1866, Page 1

The cholera, as we are told by order of the

Privy Council, is at Rotterdam, and having advanced steadily towards our shores all last year, may now be expected as soon as the hot weather begins. As each succeeding visit has been feebler in virulence than the one before, there is no occasion for any panic. But all wise sanitary precautions should certainly be adopted wherever there is any reason to suppose the drainage system imperfect or the water impure.