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A letter from a physician in town to a friend in the country, on the subject of inoculation. In which the reasons for the practice are considered and enforced, and its consistency with our duty to God and to society ... defended / [Anon].

Cox, Daniel, -1759.
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1756
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London : Printed by Charles Say for W. Meadows, (etc.), 1756.

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1 unnumbered leaf, 52 pages ; (8vo)

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Copy 1 Note: Edition published the following year with author's name in full on t.p.

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ESTC N19692

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