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Hints for the consideration of Parliament, in a letter to Dr. Jenner, on the supposed failures of vaccination at Ringwood : including a report of the Royal Jennerian Society on that subject, after a careful public investigation upon the spot; also containing remarks on the prevalent abuse of variolous inoculation, and on the dreadful exposure of out-patients attending at the Small-Pox Hospital / by William Blair.

  • Blair, William, 1766-1822.
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1808
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London : J. Callow, 1808.

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xvi, 300 pages ; 23 cm

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Includes bibliographical references

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