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An apology, for differing in opinion from the authors of the Monthly and Critical Reviews; on 1. Literary communications. 2. Variolous and vaccine inoculation. 3. Dr. Jenner's discovery of vaccine inoculation. 4. The means of preventing febrile contagion. 5. The establishment of charitable institutions
- Lettsom, John Coakley, 1744-1815.
For the use of families : a plain and familiar treatise on the cow-pox, describing its origin, nature, and mode of inoculation, (with a plate,) whereby any person may distinguish the genuine from the spurious kind-- a distinction of the utmost importance : as the one kind renders the body unsusceptible of the infection of the common small-pox, whilst the other, having only a local effect, leaves it still liable to that baneful disease
- Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823.