5th. – That the town generally, and the houses of the poor particularly, be cleansed at once, under the superintendence of the Sanatory Committee and the Police; and that an arrangement be made with the Waterwork Company for the purpose of affording an ample supply of water to wash the street and sewers every morning before 9 o’clock. A hose would greatly facilitate this process.
6th. – We particularly beg to direct the attention of the authorities to the cleansing of the following places, viz.: – The Market-place, daily, and on Saturday evenings in particular, Bigwell-street, Sam Quin’s-corner, Barrack-street, Little Ireland, Shaw’s Brow, Church-street, No. 6, Hanover-street and Water-lane, in which typhus fever has raged with violence during the last three month.
7th. – We also urge the necessity of thoroughly ventilating all houses, churches, chapels, school-rooms, and all places of public meeting, daily.
8th. – That the authorities keep a vigilant watch over the necessaries of life, and use their best endeavours that no adulterated or unwholesome food be exposed for public sales, and that as far as possible the destitute poor have a supply of wholesome food by the establishment of soup kitchens, one quart for a penny, distribution of good break, and a supply of coal, as useful preventive measures.”