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Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on February 23, 1818, my friends, Messrs. Stephenson and Christison, the matron, two....  
" February 23, 1818, my friends, Messrs. Stephenson and Christison, the matron, two apothecaries in succession, the shop-boy, washer-woman and thirty-eight nurses, have been infected; four of the nurses have died. With the exception of two or three nurses,... "
A Practical Treatise on the Efficacy of Bloodletting, in the Epidemic Fever ... - Page 45
by Benjamin Welsh - 1819 - 152 pages
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Lectures on the principles and practice of physic, Volume 2

Sir Thomas Watson - 1857
...thirty-eight nurses, have been infected ; and four of the nurses have died. With the exception of hut two or three nurses, who have been but a short time in the hospital, I am now the only person who has not caught the disease, either here, or at the Infirmary, within the last eight or ten months."...
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Medical Record, Volume 5

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1871
...succession, the shop-boy, washerwoman, and thirty-eight nurses, have been infected ; four of the nurses died. With the exception of two or three nurses, who...been but a short time in the hospital, I am now the onlj' person who has not caught the disease, cither here or at the Infirmary, within the last eight...
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A Treatise on the Continued Fevers

James Cornelius Wilson - Fever - 1881 - 365 pages
...caught the infection, but the number I do not know. Since Queensbury House was opened, on February 23, 1818, my friends, Messrs. Stephenson and Christison,...person in this house who has not caught the disease within the last eight or ten months. Several students, whom curiosity led too near the persons of the...
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A treatise on the continued fevers of Great Britain

Charles Murchison - Fever - 1884 - 731 pages
...Stephenson and Christison, the matron, two apothecaries in succession, the shop-boy, washerwoman, and 38 nurses, have been infected ; four of the nurses have died. With the exception of two or W. EEID, 1843, P- 36°three nurses, who have been but a short time in the hospital, I am now the only...
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