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" The testimonies before the College of Physicians are very decided in declaring that vaccination does less mischief to the constitution, and less frequently gives rise to other diseases, than the small-pox, either natural or inoculated. "
The Universal magazine - Page 142
1807
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The Reports of the Society for bettering the condition and ..., Volume 5

Society for bettering the conditions and increasing the comforts of the poor - 1805 - 630 pages
...exceptions, been remarkably mild, as if the Small Pox had been deprived, by the previous Vaccine disease, of all its usual malignity. The testimonies before...declaring, that Vaccination does less mischief to the constiAPPENDIX. tution, and less frequently gives rise to other diseases, than the Small Pox, either...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 15

1810 - 578 pages
...The testimonies before the College or Phyricians arc very decided in declaring, that vaccination docs less mischief to the constitution, and less frequently gives rise to other diseases, than the smallpox either natural or inoculated. The College feel themselves called upon to state this strongly,...
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A Popular View of Vaccine Inoculation: With the Practical Mode of Conducting ...

Joseph Adams - Smallpox - 1807 - 208 pages
...The testimonies before the college of physician* are very decided in declaring, that vaccination doef less mischief to the constitution , and less frequently...natural or inoculated. The college feel themselves called upon to state this strongly, because it has been objected to vaccination, that it produce* new,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 78, Part 2; Volume 104

Early English newspapers - 1808 - 690 pages
...of the Royal College of Physicians, of London informs us, thai "the testimonies before the Col' Jege are very decided in declaring, that Vaccination does...natural or inoculated. The College feel themselves called upon to state this strongly, because it has been objected to Vaccination that it produces new,...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1808 - 580 pages
...not absolutely perfect, is as nearly so as can perhaps be expected from any human discovery ; That it does less mischief to the constitution, and less frequently...diseases, than the small pox, either natural or inoculated ; That the benefits which Mow from this practice to society are rnfrr.itely more considerable tharl...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 28

1808 - 1142 pages
...exceptions, been remarkably mild, as if the smallpox had been deprived, by the previous vaccine disease, of all its usual malignity. The testimonies before the college of physicians are ( R 2) very PUBLIC PAPERS. [1807. very deeided in declaring that vaccination does less mischief to...
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The History of South-Carolina: From Its First Settlement in 1670 ..., Volume 2

David Ramsay - Enslaved persons - 1809 - 642 pages
...persons inoculated for the small-pox. " The testimonies before the college of physicians are verydecided in declaring that vaccination does less mischief to...constitution, and less frequently gives rise to other diseasesthan the small-pox, either natural or inoculated." VOL. II. •' M Though ordinary fevers since...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 15

English literature - 1810 - 554 pages
...Inquiry, as in the sixth and seventh year of vaccination. And the Report of the London College states, ' The testimonies before ' the College of Physicians are very decided in declaring, that * vaccination docs less mischief to the constitution, and less fre' quently gives rise to other diseases, than the...
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Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review: Medical and Philosophical, Volume 1

Medicine - 1811 - 574 pages
...Inquiry* as in the sixth and seventh year of vaccination. And the Report of the London College states, " The testimonies before " the College of Physicians...frequently gives rise to other diseases, than the small-pox " either natural or inoculated. The College feel themselves u called upon to state this strongly,...
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The History of the Small Pox

1815 - 654 pages
...as if the Small Pox had been deprived by the Vaccine of all its usual malignity. The College is also very decided in declaring, that Vaccination does less...than the Small Pox, either natural or inoculated. It is from a consideration of the pernicious effects of the Small Pox, that the real value •of Vaccination...
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