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The letters of Mr. Alexander Fiddes, F.R.C.S., Edin. considered and refuted, his misrepresentations exposed, his calumnies and innuendoes set in the light of truth, his various statements in the press and otherwise weighed in the balance and found wanting / by Lewis Quier Bowerbank ; together with documentary letters and papers, tending to expose a professional conspiracy, and to afford the public in the colonies, and in Great Britain, correct judgment as to the controversy now existing on hospital matters.
- Bowerbank, Lewis Q.
A group of vaccinators leading a small-pocked woman form a procession past a university, with Death waving his scythe behind them; the members of the university doze in the foreground; attributing the decline of Germany in 19th century to vaccination and syphilis. Lithograph after C.G.G. Nittinger, 1856.
- Nittinger, Carl Georg Gottlob.
A drunken Bacchus cavorts atop the globe, accompanied by Fortune; to his right physicians and quacks fight for legitimacy; to his left the scales held by a blindfold Justice are tipped by a lawyer's money: an allegory of the world of justice and health overturned into one of chance and greed. Coloured etching by Daniël Veelwaard I after J. Smies, 1809.
- Smies, Jacob, 1764-1833.