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Smallpox and vaccination. : Copy "of letter from Dr. Edward Seaton to Viscount Palmerston, with enclosed copy of a report on the state of small pox and vaccination in England and Wales and other countries, and on compulsory vaccination, with tables and appendices, presented to the president and council of the Epidemiological Society by the small pox and vaccination committee, the 26th day of March 1851."
- Waddington, H. F.
Vaccination: pockmarked and blinded peasants in Russia who have suffered smallpox are contrasted with children and adult citizens who are vaccinated against it. Colour lithograph, 192-.
- Russian S.F.S.R. Narodnyĭ komissariat zdravookhraneni︠︡ia. Otdel Sanitarnogo Prosveshcheni︠︡ia.
- [between 1920 and 1929?]
Smallpox : Vaccination and re-vaccination are necessary for prevention : Infants should be vaccinated as soon as possible after birth : consult your doctor now : indigent persons will be vaccinated free of charge by the Public Health Department.
- Shanghai (China : International Settlement). Municipal Council. Public Health Department
- [between 1925 and 1940?]