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Papers on the topic of innoculation, including early use and experimentation with inoculation against smallpox. Includes lists of people who have been inoculated and descriptive case studies of patients.

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23i and 23ii bound in one volume. Volume quarter bound in cream leather with tan cloth boards
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Classified papers: volume 23i, inoculations, 1723-1725, CLP/23i, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 22 July 2024

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  • Classified Papers

    Dates: 1592-1741

    The 'Classified Papers' of the Royal Society are papers from British and international natural philosophers and scholars categorised according to subject areas.

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