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The Resource Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of thousands

Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of thousands

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Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of thousands
Title
Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of thousands
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
NLM call number
WZ 270
NLM item number
S635 1806
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Addington, John
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  • Vaccination
  • Smallpox
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Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of thousands
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Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • "Facts ... chiefly extracted from a late work published in London in favour of vaccination." - p. [1]
  • "A comparative view of the natural small pox, inoculated small pox, and vaccination" (p. 6) is an abridged version of the table published anonymously in the Royal Jennerian Society's Address (London, 1803) under title: A comparative view of the natural small-pox, inoculated small-pox, and inoculated cow-pox. In a separate edition "published by order of the Medical Council of the Royal Jennerian Society" and in a reprint of this on p. 104-105 of Charles Maclean's On the state of vaccination in 1810 (London, 1810) the author is identified as John Addington. The separate edition, Maclean states, "must have been published between 1803 and 1806."
  • Certificate approving vaccination. (p. 7) signed by Philadelphia physicians and dated Apr. 12, 1803, with a supplementary list of signers dated May 26, 1806
  • Recommendation of vaccination (p. 8) published by order of the Board of Managers of the Philadelphia Dispensary, dated Apr. 25, 1803, and signed: William White, president
Control code
000089625
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
8 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 89625
  • 89674
  • ocm14857475
Label
Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of thousands
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • "Facts ... chiefly extracted from a late work published in London in favour of vaccination." - p. [1]
  • "A comparative view of the natural small pox, inoculated small pox, and vaccination" (p. 6) is an abridged version of the table published anonymously in the Royal Jennerian Society's Address (London, 1803) under title: A comparative view of the natural small-pox, inoculated small-pox, and inoculated cow-pox. In a separate edition "published by order of the Medical Council of the Royal Jennerian Society" and in a reprint of this on p. 104-105 of Charles Maclean's On the state of vaccination in 1810 (London, 1810) the author is identified as John Addington. The separate edition, Maclean states, "must have been published between 1803 and 1806."
  • Certificate approving vaccination. (p. 7) signed by Philadelphia physicians and dated Apr. 12, 1803, with a supplementary list of signers dated May 26, 1806
  • Recommendation of vaccination (p. 8) published by order of the Board of Managers of the Philadelphia Dispensary, dated Apr. 25, 1803, and signed: William White, president
Control code
000089625
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
8 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 89625
  • 89674
  • ocm14857475

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