An Essay on the Disease Called Yellow Fever: With Observations Concerning Febrile Contagion, Typhus Fever, Dysentery, and the Plague, Partly Delivered as the Gulstonian Lectures, Before the Collge of Physicians, in the Years 1806 and 1807
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