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John Gilpin's spouse said to her dear, ' Though wedded we have been These twice ten tedious years, yet we No holiday have seen.' " They had no ready means of locomotion, and indeed did not think of fresh air and exercise. An apprentice or maid from the country entered London and was - Page 132

in any person in England, Wales, or Ireland, shall be liable to be proceeded against and convicted summarily before any two or more justices of the peace in petty sessions assembled, and for every such offence shall, upon conviction, be imprisoned in the common gaol or house of correction for any term not exceeding one - Page 120

the hands, which, from the sensibility of the parts, are very troublesome, and commonly heal slowly, frequently becoming phagedenic, like those from whence they sprang. During the progress of the disease, the lips, nostrils, eyelids, and other parts of the body, are sometimes affected with sores; but these evidently arise [how evidently?] from their being - Page 169

There is a disease to which the horse, from his state of domestication, is frequently subject. The farriers have termed it the Grease. It is an inflammation and swelling in the heel, accompanied in its commencement with small cracks or fissures, from which issues a limpid fluid, possessing properties of a peculiar kind. - Page 170

had virtue enough to destroy such a considerable branch of their revenue for the good of mankind. But that distemper is too beneficial to them not to expose to all their resentment the hardy wight that should undertake to put an end to it. Perhaps, if I live to return, - Page 12

the form of irregular pustules. At their first appearance they are commonly of a palish blue, or rather of a colour somewhat approaching to livid, and are surrounded by an inflammation. These pustules, unless a timely remedy be applied,* frequently degenerate into phagedenic [spreading] ulcers, which prove extremely troublesome. The animals become indisposed, and the secretion of - Page 168

has since been inoculated for the small-pox, which, as I ventured to predict, produced no effect. I shall now pursue my experiments with redoubled ardour."* But the experiments could not be pursued, for, from July, 1796 till the spring of 1798, Cow-pox disappeared from the dairies around Berkeley, and, as we have seen, horse-grease was also unattainable. - Page 148

without repenting of her patriotic undertaking; and she vowed that she never would have attempted it, if she had foreseen the vexation, the persecution, and even the obloquy it brought upon her. The clamours raised against the practice, and of course against her, were beyond belief. The faculty rose in arms - Page 26

other parts of the globe are incalculable : and it now becomes too manifest to admit of controversy, that the annihilation of the Small-Pox, the most dreadful scourge of the human species, must be the final result of this practice." For the end designed—to establish and exalt a claim with - Page 43

each arm, and on the breast, to mark the sign of the cross ; but this has a very ill effect, all these wounds leaving little scars, and is not done by those that are not - Page 11

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The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review

The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review

by London Society for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination - 1883
Description based on: No. 8 (Nov. 1879); title from caption

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567 Orange Street, Newark, New Jersey - Page 8
ALEXANDER WILDEB, MD 567 Orange Street, Newark, New Jersey. 9th February, 1880. DR. ABRATH has been lecturing on vaccination at Durham with Mr. ...
Leicester - Page 73
enment of public opinion in Leicester during th< past eight years in consequence of the diffusion of information accounted heresy by the medica ...
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Conway, MA - Page 6
CONWAY, MA SINCE freedom of thought leads to freedom of practice, it may be asked—Has not society a right to check the expression of opinion which ...
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Leeds - Page 52
A child at Leeds died recently from the results of vaccination, as was distinctly borne witness to by the surgeon who attended it. ...
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Manchester - Page 79
But in Manchester they are so wildly seeking a compulsory suppression of publicans, that they are insensible to their slavery as ...
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Brighton - Page 170
instead of raising apprehension in the public mind, inquiries had been instituted in Brighton as to the results of vaccination in that place, ...
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Montreal - Page 119
In Montreal, where the vaccine virus was punctured into the people wholesale, regardless of law, the public indignation at the outrage became so ...
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Dublin - Page 181
these diplomas he has obtained a gold medal in Trinity College, Dublin, of which College he is Senior Moderator in Experimental and Natural Science. ...
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Norwich - Page 88
Daylight is a bright little paper dealing with the sayings and doings of Norwich citizens in delightful contrast with the lifeless imbecility of the ...
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Paris - Page 144
He said that it was peculiarly appropriate that the League should meet in Paris in such a degree of strength as might possibly induce the French ...
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Glasgow - Page 51
Charles Cameron, MP for Glasgow, rose to call attention to the practice of animal vaccination. He had no intention of raising the question of ...
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London - Page 167
Nothing indeed can be worse than the collecting of patients from all quarters of London and subjecting mild cases to the influence of the most ...
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Birmingham - Page 79
Birmingham could raise a riot, and burst out the galleries of a church to suppress church rates. But the men of Birmingham are quite ...
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Halifax - Page 73
air meeting was held at Halifax on 1st July, at which some excellent and effective speeches were delivered. Mr. Samuel Knowles gave a description of ...
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Derby - Page 118
You in Derby, who have had an epidemic of small-pox, know from your own experience that vaccination is downright medical humbug; that there is no good ...
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Brussels - Page 51
When he had been asked where animal lymph might be obtained he told the inquirers it might be obtained at Brussels, and they wrote to Brussels for it. ...
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Boston - Page 54
He asked the Bench, if it was necessary to do anything, to inflict a trifling fine, as was done in cases like his, at Boston and Bedford. ...
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Amsterdam - Page 134
When in Amsterdam in September I had the advantage of visiting the general hospital at the hour when vaccination from the calf was going on. ...
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Edinburgh - Page 21
Duncan has begun the practice in Edinburgh ; and that it has been introduced in Dundee, Paisley, and Dalkeith." Nor did Pearson limit his efforts to ...
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Hertford - Page 44
Where there are generally near 600 children, lie nurseries at Ware and Hertford constantly illing the places of those who go off. ...
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Bristol - Page 16
Samuel Morley, MP for Bristol, goes farther, and says he was never in favour of a compulsory vaccination law, and will vote for its repeal whenever he ...
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Philadelphia - Page 127
He kindly invited me to call on the following evening when he would furnish me with all the information in his power as to vaccination in Philadelphia ...
New York City - Page 127
furnish me with all the information in his power as to vaccination in Philadelphia, but unfortunately I had to leave in the morning for New York City. ...
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Ipswich - Page 79
The candidates who are anxious to protect the freedom of the men of Nottingham and ol Ipswich or Aylesbury, who are filled with the ...
Galway - Page 17
Let us now leave Brighton for Galway. At a recent meeting of the Galway Guardians it was suggested that a calf should be inoculated in order to obtain ...
Hanover - Page 74
It has been got up in first class style as to type and paper in Hanover, and we understand copies are to be placed in the chief libraries throughout ...
Nottingham - Page 79
The candidates who are anxious to protect the freedom of the men of Nottingham and ol Ipswich or Aylesbury, who are filled with the ...
Moscow - Page 107
reach Moscow in time enough to communicate the requisite infection to fifty patients, and in • he remained for two months operating ...
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Sitia - Page 118
asked if Sitia was not angry when she sent small-pox, as a person is angry who gives a disease often fatal. They usually agreed ...
Liverpool - Page 59
the whole of Liverpool were as this district, the deaths would equal the births. But in West Derby there is a population able to feed, ...
Stockport - Page 21
Hopwood, Member for Stockport, moved the rejection of the measure, on the ground that it would op-press the people of Ireland by compelling, ...
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Aylesbury - Page 79
The candidates who are anxious to protect the freedom of the men of Nottingham and ol Ipswich or Aylesbury, who are filled with the ...
Northampton - Page 151
Charles Gilpin to his constituents in Northampton, wherein like a true Friend he set conscience above what men please to call " law," and vindicated ...
Oxford - Page 3
Timoni was a Greek physician, who had studied at Oxford and Padua, and then established himself ha Constantinople. ...
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Banbury - Page 38
At Banbury, anti- vaccinators sent to prison; at Bedford, fines of 6d. and 2s. costs imposed ; at Walthamstow, a poor journalist made a butt for the ...
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Madrid - Page 92
The innovation on old custom quite shocked public opinion, but the physicians of Madrid exceeded all other parties in violent opposition and loud ...
Gloucester - Page 66
An early date being wanted for " the discovery," EDWARD GARDNER, wine and spirit merchant, was brought from Gloucester to affirm that he had known ...
Sunderland - Page 74
GA AiutATii. of Sunderland, is occupied on a volume chiefly designed as a reply to Mr. Ernest Hart's recent pamphlet, dealing also with various ...
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Vienna - Page 145
On the Maladies occasioned by Vaccination," being the result of three years of investigation in the children's hospitals of Vienna. ...
Cheltenham - Page 157
Subsequently he had to for-sake Cheltenham for the same reason. The convictions of quackery were too numerous for his endurance. ...
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Islington - Page 145
Thus (continues the Lancet], those who fear erysipelas may gather from discussions, such as that at Islington, how deeply medical men are interested ...
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Cambridge - Page 15
at Cambridge because as a Baptist he could not submit to certain theological tests; but can anything be more grotesque than a conscientious ...
Salisbury - Page 16
Passmore Edwards for Salisbury, and Mr. Otway for Rochester will all sustain our cause in the new House, and they will receive assistance from many ...
Padua - Page 3
Timoni was a Greek physician, who had studied at Oxford and Padua, and then established himself ha Constantinople. ...
Genoa - Page 65
JOSEPH MARSHALL related his experience as a vaccine inoculator in the Navy and at Gibraltar, Malta, Palermo, Naples, Rome and Genoa. ...
Sheffield - Page 135
to Sheffield nor Boycotting to Ireland. By intercourse with the Continent, however, we obtain professional assistance which only ignor-ance can ...
Colchester - Page 4
small-pox until the effects of the cow-pox had time to abate Í When the itch at Colchester was cured, then vaccination was found to be practicable. ...
Croydon - Page 39
SIB,—In common with many others, I was much concerned to see that at Croydon a few days ago Dr. Carpenter stated that he had. re-ceived from you an ...
Maidstone - Page 174
The second is Philip Codd, Esq., of Bumsted Court, near Maidstone, whose son had a very narrow escape under the real small-pox, and who also had been ...
Bonn - Page 145
Schoppe, of Bonn, contributed a valuable memoir, printed in French, " On the Maladies occasioned by Vaccination," being the result of three years of ...
Nuremberg - Page 36
Neustadt, printed at Nuremberg in 1719, and therefore untainted by the miserable necessities of the inoculation and vaccination controversies. ...
Florence - Page 106
Inoculation was introduced to Borne and Florence during a severe epidemic in 1754 ; and attention being drawn to the remedy, it was discovered that ...
Harwich - Page 118
I visited Newmarket, Birmingham, and Harwich, when small-pox was raging and destroying in those places. I went from house to house, and from bed to ...
Huddersfield - Page 86
Then some towns are cited as evidence of what is practicable in the way of approach to complete Vaccination, as Blackburn with 0'5, Huddersfield with ...
Blackburn - Page 86
Then some towns are cited as evidence of what is practicable in the way of approach to complete Vaccination, as Blackburn with 0'5, Huddersfield with ...
Riga - Page 120
The cholera is at Riga, and 700 sail of English vessels are there. We (the Privy Council) sent for Sir H. Haiford, and placed all the information we ...
York - Page 86
Next to the Metropolitan division, and nearly approaching it in the proportion of cases unaccounted for as regards Vaccination, is the county of York, ...
Boston, New York - Page 74
Papers have reached us from Boston, New York, St. Louis, Hyde Park (Mass.), New Orleans, Baltimore, Oregon, Indiana, and other states and cities, ...
Berlin - Page 145
Vaccination in Germany," in which he stated that a majority of the members of the Beichstag in Berlin were opposed to the enforcement of vac-cination, ...
Loughborough - Page 16
Pell speak-ing at Loughborough on 24th March, said, " With regard to vaccination, I had a sensible mother, who had me vaccinated before I could raise ...
Southampton - Page 134
Southampton, 24th November, 1879. SIB,—A work entitled Vaccination Tracts has been received from you. I am desired by the Library Committee to return ...
Enniscorthy - Page 99
Davis, jun., of Enniscorthy, has come to his defence in the newspapers with information and arguments that evidently take ...
Milan - Page 139
It is now admitted and settled," he wrote to Jenner from Milan, 25th March, 1803, "that grease is the cause of vaccine, and we cannot too soon alter ...
Stockholm - Page 145
PA Siljeström, of Stockholm, maintained " that the mean rate of mortality, under similar sanitary conditions, does not widely vary, ...
Windsor - Page 88
happened to be down with small-pox at Windsor; and when the inmates of the Hants Lunatic Asylum were re-vaccinated because there were ...
Battle Creek, Mich - Page 59
Battle Creek, Mich., US THE BANNER OF LIGHT. The Oldest Journal devoted to the Psychological Philosophy in the world. Issued weekly at No. ...
Lewisham - Page 86
Olaves, Wandsworth, Clap- ham, Kensington and Westminster, the cases unaccounted for are only 8 or 4 per cent.; while in Lewisham, a total of 29 cases ...
Rochdale - Page 62
In Rochdale, a small neighbouring market town, 177 have had the distemper, and 38 have died. It is to be noted that in this town [Halifax] the ...
Newport - Page 151
"Jenner was riding with Gardner, on the road between Gloucester and Bristol, near Newport, when the conversation passed of which I have made mention. ...
Wakefield - Page 146
Cross can explain why imprisonment without hard labour means one thing at Wakefield and another thing in Horsemonger-lane. ...
Kensington - Page 86
Olaves, Wandsworth, Clap- ham, Kensington and Westminster, the cases unaccounted for are only 8 or 4 per cent.; while in Lewisham, a total of 29 cases ...
Cambridge, Mass - Page 104
of them pau- * These letters of Benjamin Waterhouse, MD, Professor of Physic at Cambridge, Mass., appear in Ilaygarth's Plan to Exterminate Small-Pox. ...
Venice - Page 3
Venice, 1715,f and reproduced in the Philoso-phical Transactions for 1716. Mr. Kennedy, an English surgeon, who had visited Turkey, also ...
Gateshead - Page 86
JOHN LUCAS, of Gateshead, whose name was next on the list of speakers, was unable to come. Dr. WJ COLLINS, said—I wish to impress upon you, sir, ...
Hyde Park, Massachusetts - Page 185
Hyde Park, Massachusetts, Feb. 10th, 1880. THE late Hepworth Dixon, in a letter to his friend, Mr. Henry Pitman, of Manchester, said —" Thanks for ...
Plymouth - Page 77
In 1874 there died hi London 735 of small-pox, but not one in Birmingham ; 386 in Liverpool, but not one in Plymouth ; 347 in Salford, but not one in ...
Waterloo - Page 117
the battle of Waterloo, the Revolution of 1830, and the repeal of the Corn Laws must all have decreased small-pox, for a progressive diminution is ...
Dumfries - Page 63
At a later date, 1733, inoculation began to be practised in and about Dumfries, and occasion-ally elsewhere. * In Ireland little more was effected ...
Belfast - Page 10
in Dublin, in Belfast, and in Cork. In Dublin during 1871-72 the ratio of mortality was thrice that of the worst London epidemic of the century; ...
Naples - Page 143
Physiology, New York ; Signer Damiaui, Naples ; Mr. Win. Young, London; and Mr. Alexander Wheeler, Durlingtou. The following is the list of Delegates ...
Taunton - Page 133
Hearne was born near Taunton in the year 1820. Hi я father was a large farmer, descended from an old Somerset-shire family.' Dr. ...
Quebec - Page 101
William Tebb, writing from Quebec, 1st September, says—" On Friday I had a most interesting interview with Dr. Coderro of Montreal, the leader of the ...
Prague - Page 27
8178 cases of vaccinated small-pox in Prague ; 19864 deaths from small-pox in Sweden, with the declaration that Vaccination does not confer security ...
Warrington - Page 169
Leicester, ... 2 Liverpool, .. . 3 Manchester, . 3 Prescot, .. . 4. Portee« Island, . 2 Salford, ... 2 Sheffield, ... в Sunderland, . 4. Warrington, . ...
462 First-street, Oakland, California - Page 165
462 First-street, Oakland, California. 27th November, 1880. I am one of those who speak from bitter experience, having buried a boy who died from the ...
Berkeley - Page 20
Four or five servants were inoculated at a farm contiguous to Berkeley last summer with matter just taken from an infected cow. ...
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Gurgaon - Page 118
It is as much a superstitious rite as any of the follies performed by the credulous worshippers at Gurgaon before the goddess of small-pox. ...
Alameda, California - Page 156
a letter from Alameda, California, the writer of which says one of his children has been injured by Vaccination, and he knows of two other cases, ...
Oakland - Page 165
For instance, during the recent epidemic in Oakland we were unable to obtain from the health officer any statement as to the numbers of the vaccinated ...
Brisbane - Page 187
and the winter too dry I What then, he asks, is to be done ? To which he answers, " Let well alone." In other words, small-pox for Brisbane.
Peking - Page 10
Owen has directed my attention to a work by DF Eennie, MD, entitled Peking and the Pekingese during the first year of the British Embassy at Peking, ...
Hong Kong - Page 164
A gentleman, once on the staff of the Leicester Daily Post, but now in Hong Kong, writes— " Among the population of 100000 natives in this town, ...
Madras - Page 39
As instances of epidemic small-pox accompany-ing famine, we need only refer to Madras and Brazil. Is there, then, any evidence that small-pox so ...
Calcutta - Page 127
FULLER observed that at Calcutta small-pox had been annihilated by systematic and enforced Vaccination, and he believed the same result was attainable ...
Wilder, ID - Page 102
Wilder, ID, and Robert A. Gunn, MD The Medical Tribune is published Monthly, 48 pp., and will be sent to any address in England, postage prepaid, ...
San Francisco - Page 73
And Dr Rowell, medical officer for San Francisco, 1868 and 1869, said—"Those vaccinated and re- vaccinated since the commencement of the ...