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" However beneficial the inoculation of the Smallpox may have been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is called the natural disease. "
The Universal magazine - Page 142
1807
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 52

English literature - 1807 - 560 pages
...source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing l lie number of deaths by what is cal led the natural disease. It cannot be doubted that this...in which great numbers of persons, even since the inIroifuction of vaccination, are still every year inoculated with the small pox, and afterwards required...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 28

1808 - 1142 pages
...source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is «ailed the natural disease. It cannot be doubted that this mischief has been extended by the inconbiderate manner in which great numbers of persons, even since the introduction of vaccination,...
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Papers Relating to the History and Practice of Vaccination

Great Britain. General Board of Health - Smallpox - 1857 - 302 pages
...been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is...been extended by the inconsiderate manner in which f/reat numbers of persons, even since the introduction of vaccination, are still every year inoculated...
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Annual report upon vaccination in the N.W. Provinces

North-western provinces - 1870 - 532 pages
...have been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is called the natural disease, " goes on to say — " It cannot be doubted but that the mischief has been extended by the inconsiderate...
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The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review, Volume 1

1880 - 436 pages
...been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is...mischief has been extended by the inconsiderate manner hi which great numbers of persons, even since the introduction of Vaccination, are every year inoculated...
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The Story of a Great Delusion in a Series of Matter-of-fact Chapters

William White - Smallpox - 1885 - 696 pages
...been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is...persons, even since the introduction of Vaccination, are every year inoculated with Smallpox, and afterwards required to attend two or three times a-week at...
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The Story of a Great Delusion in a Series of Matter-of-fact Chapters

William White - Smallpox - 1885 - 740 pages
...been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is...in which great numbers of persons, even since the intro•luction of Vaccination, are every year inoculated with Smallpox, and afterwards required to...
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Madras Land Revenue Reports...

1878 - 502 pages
...have been to individuals, it appears to have kept up a constant source of contagion which has boen the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is called the natural disease," goes on to say, " it cannot be doubted but that the mischief has been extended by the inconsiderate...
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