Reference numberLBO/15/94
Alternative reference numberLBO/15/360
TitleCopy letter from John Osborne, London
Date30 January 1722.1723
Description ' A brief account relating to the Inoculation of the small Pox in New England viz: what number came under tht operation, how many died that underwent it: and l ikewise the number of those who died of the small Pox in the natural way, and of those who recovered. '

Read at the Royal Society 31 January 1722/1723
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