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Classified papers: volume 23ii, inoculations

Reference number: CLP/23ii

Date: 1724-1726


Papers and letters regarding smallpox inoculation (also known as variolation). Main correspondent is Dr James Jurin FRS.
Note: Volumes 23i and 23ii are bound in one volume.
An alphabetical list of names of those who sent reports on inoculation case studies is inserted before CLP/23ii/1.

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23i and 23ii are bound in one volume. Volume quarter bound in cream leather with tan cloth boards
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1 volume containing 91 papers

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Classified papers: volume 23ii, inoculations, 1724-1726, CLP/23ii, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 22 July 2024

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