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The vaccine contest, or, Mild humanity, reason, religion, and truth, against fierce, unfeeling ferocity, overbearing insolence, mortified pride, false faith, and desperation : being an exact outline of the arguments and interesting facts, adduced by the principal combatants on both sides, respecting cow-pox inoculation; including a late official report on this subject by the Medical Council of the Royal Jennerian Society

Blair, William, 1766-1822.
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1806

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London : J. Murray, 1806.

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96 pages ; 23 cm

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"Chiefly designed for the use of clergymen, heads of families, guardians, overseers of the poor, and other unprofessional readers who may be concerned for the welfare of mankind" -- title page

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  • English


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This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London.
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