3 edition of Two letters relative to the Vaccine Institution found in the catalog.
Two letters relative to the Vaccine Institution
|Statement||by James Smith.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 45729.|
|Contributions||Maryland. General Assembly.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
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OCLC Number: Notes: The letters are signed by the author and dated General Vaccine Institution, Baltimore, 1st and 3rd January, The first letter concerns the lottery authorized by the Maryland General Assembly to raise money for the Vaccine Institution, and the second letter describes the results of small pox inoculation in Maryland.
The letters are signed by the author and dated General Vaccine Institution, Baltimore, 1st and 3rd January, The first letter concerns the lottery authorized by the Maryland General Assembly to raise money for the Vaccine Institution, and the second letter describes the results of small pox inoculation in Maryland.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. A letter, in reply to the report of the surgeons of the vaccine institution, Edinburgh, with a variety of interesting letters on the subject of vaccination, and including a correspondence with Dr. Duncan, Dr. Lee, and Mr.
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