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A letter to a friend on the subject of inoculation : on which the reasons for the practice are considered and enforced, and its consistency with our duty to God, and to society, asserted and defended / By Daniel Cox.

Cox, Daniel, -1759.
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1757
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London : Printed by Charles Say for W. Meadows, G. Hawkins, and R. and J. Doubleday, 1757.

Physical description

2 unnumbered pages, 52 pages ; 21 cm (8vo)

Notes

First published in 1756 under title: A letter from a physician in town to a friend in the country, on the subject of inoculation.
Copy 1 Note: Ownership inscription on t.p.: "C.[?] Bruch, 1757."

Publications note

ESTC, T038035
NLM (18th cent.), p. 102
ESTC T38035

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