|Title:||A Letter from one in the country, to his friend in the city: in relation to their distresses occasioned by the doubtful and prevailing practice of the inocculation [sic] of the small-pox.|
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|Print source:||A Letter from one in the country, to his friend in the city: in relation to their distresses occasioned by the doubtful and prevailing practice of the inocculation [sic] of the small-pox.
[Boston]: Printed for, and sold by Nicholas Boone, at the Bible in Cornhill, Boston. And John Edwards, at the corner of Kings-Street., 1721.
Smallpox -- Vaccination
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