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The vaccine scourge. (No. II.) Containing a new song, called The blacksmith's [i.e. John Walker's] progress, or, I and my partner Joe [Leaper]; sung at a certain Vaccine Institution in Salisbury Court [i.e. the London Vaccine Institution].

Walker, John, 1759-1830.
Date
1809
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London : J. Callow, 1809.

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24 pages ; (8vo)

Notes

A satire on the London Vaccine Institution
With: Report of the Royal Jennerian Society, on the supposed failures of vaccination at Ringwood.

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