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Appendix: Containing, The new method of inoculating for the small-pox

delivered in a lecture in the University of Pennsylvania, on the 20th of February 1781

by Rush Benjamin

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Published by Prichard & Hall in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smallpox Vaccine

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Benjamin Rush
    ContributionsRoyal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39,[1]p ; 8o.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26280430M

    Only six years after the announcement of vaccination, in , Dr. B. Moseley, Physician to Chelsea Hospital, published a small book on the cow-pox, containing many cases of persons who had been properly vaccinated and had afterwards had small-pox; and other cases of severe illness, injury, and even death resulting from vaccination; and these. New Edition, revised and wit h additions including t he Law of and Statistics as recent as could be obtaine d in June, Vaccination and t h e State By ARNOLD LUPTON, M.P.. On Monday, 10 th December, , the National Liberal. Club Political and Economic Circle held its Sixty-second Dinner in the Committee Room of the Club.

    PREFACE. T he present volume is not a record of original work, nor is it a text-book for the laboratory. Theoretical and practical text-books of Bacteriology plentifully exist both in England and America. There are two large works widely used, one by Professor Crookshank, entitled Bacteriology and Infective Diseases, the other by Dr. Sternberg, A Manual of Bacteriology. The third edition, with an appendix on a commutation of tithes, and including a short account of tithes in Scotland. by: Thompson, Thomas, banker. Published: () American resistance indefensible a sermon, preached on Friday Decem , being the day appointed for a general fast.

    In , Edward Jenner developed the smallpox vaccine consisting of pustular material obtained from lesions on cows affected by so-called cow-pox. The disease, caused by cowpox virus, confers crossprotection against smallpox. However, historical evidence suggests that Jenner might have used vaccinia virus or even horsepox virus instead of cowpox by: The present method of inoculating for the small-pox: to which are added, some experiments, instituted with a view to discover the effects of a similar treatment in the natural small-pox / by Thomas Dimsdale.


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Appendix: Containing, The new method of inoculating for the small-pox by Rush Benjamin Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Appendix: containing, the new method of inoculating for the small-pox. Also, observations on the duties of a physician, and the methods of improving medicine By Benjamin Rush The second edition with additions.", [1] p. at end, with separate title page.

Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. [New York: Readex Microprint, ]. 11 x. "Appendix: containing, the new method of inoculating for the small-pox. Also, observations on the duties of a physician, and the methods of improving medicine. By Benjamin Rush. The second edition with additions.", [1] p. at end, with separate dated title page and separate register.

Signatures: [A]⁴ B-2C⁴ (2C4 blank); ²[A]⁴ B-E⁴. With a half-title. The first of two volumes. Volume 2, printed in by T. Dobson, is catalogued separately. Evans "Appendix: containing, the new method of inoculating for the small-pox Also, observations on the duties of a physician, and the methods of.

"Appendix: containing, the new method of inoculating for the small-pox Also, observations on the duties of a physician, and the methods of improving medicine. By Benjamin Rush. The second edition with additions.", [1] p. at end, with separate dated title page and separate register Signatures: [A]⁴ B-2C⁴ (2C4 blank); ²[A]⁴ B-E⁴.

A narrative of the method and success of inoculating the small pox in New England by: The present method of inoculating for the small-pox To which are added, some experiments, instituted with a view to discover the effects of a similar treatment in the natural small-pox.

and an appendix, containing a chymical examination of Mr. Sutton's. Mather, Cotton: An Account of the Method and Success Appendix: Containing Inoculating the Small-Pox, in Boston in New-England.

London: J. Peele, This pamphlet, "a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London," though unsigned has proved to be Mather's. It is dated at the end "Boston, in New England, Sept.

7, " Some Observations on the New Method Of Receiving the Small Pox by Ingrafting or Inoculating (Boston: Printed by B. Green for S. Gerrish, ), by Benjamin Colman (page images at NIH) An account of the manner of inoculating for the small pox in the East Indies: With some observations on the practice and mode of treating that disease in those.

Rush, Benjamin, A memorial containing travels through life or sundry incidents in the life of Dr. Benjamin Rush, born Dec. 24, (old style) died Ap ; written by himself; also extracts from his commonplace book as well as a short history of the Rush family in Pennsylvania.

Published privately for the benefit of his. Please explore the digital gallery to learn more about George Washington and medicine. A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners The new method of inoculating for the small-pox: delivered in a lecture in the.

Appendix: Containing, The new method of inoculating for the small-pox: delivered in a lecture in the University of Pennsylvania, on the 20th of February 06/19 by Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

A collection of pamphlets containing the way and manner of inoculating the small-pox both in Britain and New-England ; to which is added, a letter Creator/Contributor: Nettleton, Thomas, Cumyng, D., active Colman, Benjamin, Cooper, William, Neal, Daniel, Grierson, George,printer.

An historical account of the small-pox inoculated in New England, upon all sorts of persons, whites, blacks, and of all ages and constitutions ; with some account of the nature of the infection in the natural and inoculated way, and their different effects on human bodies: with some short directions to the unexperienced in this method of practice.

Essay on inoculation for the Small-pox with an appendix containing a Chymical Examination of Mr Sutton’s medicines (2nd ed) Ruston (T) Essay on inoculation for the Small-pox (3rd ed) Watson (W) An account of a series of experiments instituted with a view of ascertaining the most successful method of inoculating the Small-pox: Baylies (W).

An account of the success of inoculating the small pox in Great Britain: With a comparison between the miscarriages in that practice, and the mortality of the natural small-pox. By James Jurin, Nettleton, Thomas, / [] An account of the success of inoculating the small-pox: in a letter to Dr.

William Whitaker. By Tho. An answer to Mr. Highmore's objections to the Bill before Parliament to prevent the spreading of the infection of the small pox ; with an appendix, containing some interesting communications from foreign medical practitioners, on the progress and efficacy of vaccine inoculation.

The term pathogenesis is used to describe the mechanisms involved in the production of disease, from the spread of infection through the body to the molecular and physiological responses of host cells to a response is the constellation of mechanisms by which the host limits continued multiplication of the pathogen.

These mechanisms include T cell and B cell responses that are. A Century of Vaccination and What it Teaches. a book by W. Scott Tebb, M.A., M.D. (Cantab.), "A Vindication of the New Method of Inoculating the Small-pox," p. Giles Watts, M.D. London. 1 It will be observed in the Appendix that the returns are made up to Septem but for the purposes of these calculations, the proportion of.

FIGURE Facsimile of title page of the medical and surgical volume containing an appendix on the hygiene of camps and military hospitals, by John Jones (), Professor of Surgery in King's College, New York.

A New Medical Dictionary; or, General Repository of Physic, etc. [With plates]. London: J Johnson, Mudge J. A Dissertation on the Inoculated Small-Pox; or, an Attempt Towards an Investigation of the Real Causes which Render the Small-Pox by Inoculation, So Much Mild and Safe, than the Same Disease When Produced by the Ordinary Means of Author: Manuel Fernandes-Thomaz.

Canton in as Yingjili-guo Xinchu Zhongtou Qishu [Novel Book on the New Method of Inoculation, Lately out of England].

There were numerous editions in China and Keisuke Ito published a version in Japan in This is the first edition to be edited by Hirose (), a physician trained in the Dutch. Small-pox removes impurities by bringing them to the surface and getting rid of them by pustular eruption, and this mighty effort of Nature to free the body from undesirable matter is familiar to all students of Nature cure as "A Healing Crisis." Small-pox is not a disease contracted by the action of some mysterious microbe.A new method of preventing and curing the mad- ness caused by the bite of a mad dog.

4t:o. Lond. Johnson (Christoplier). tRemarks on an epidemic of typhus, whicb prevailed in the cotton districts of Lancashire, and was described by Dr. Campbell, of Lancaster, in Acupressurea new method of arresting surgical hmorrhage and of accelerating the healing of wounds; A Letter to Sir Henry Halford, bart.

proposing a method of inoculating the small-pox which deprives it of all its danger, but preserves all its power of preventing a second attack With an appendix containing tetimonials and other.