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Observations Respecting the Small-Pox and Inoculation in Eastern Countries; With Some Account of the Introduction of Vaccination into India

Whitelaw Ainslie
Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Vol. 2, No. 1 (1829), pp. 52-73
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25563420
Page Count: 22
Subjects: Asian Studies
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  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Mead's medical works, vol. i. p. 229
    • Willan on the Diseases of the Skin, vol. i. pp. 251-252.
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    Moore's excellent History of the Small-Pox, p. 23.
  • Tom. i. p. 244.
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    Ward's View of the History, Literature, and Religion of the Hindus, vol. i. p. 174.
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    Thibet, by Captain Samuel Turner, in 1800, pp. 219-220.
  • Woodville's History of the Small-Pox,vol. i. p. 2.
  • Medecin. Prac System. Carol. Webster, edit, torn i. p. 288.
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    History of the Small-Pox, page 76.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Garcia, Origin, p. 88
    • Robertson in his History of America, vol. iii. p. 400.
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    Robertson's History of America, book iii.
  • Ibid. book iii.
  • Grantz's History of Greenland, vol. i. p. 336.
  • Dr. Mason Good's "Study of Medicine, vol. ii. p. 619.
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    Rhazis Contin. lib. xxiii. cap. 8.
  • Abulphar Dvn. ed. Pocock, p. 191.
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    Avicen. Canon, lib. iv. torn. 1. cap. 6.
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    Woodville's History of the Small-pox, p. 3.
  • his Diseases of Barbadoes, p. 17.
  • Work, pp. 4 and 5.
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    the Rev. J. Cordiner's Description of Ceylon, vol. i. p. 254.
  • Dr. John Clark's Diseases of Long Voyages, vol. i. p. 128.
  • the Rev. W. Ward's View of the History, Religion, and Literature of the Hindoos, vol. iv. p. 339.
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    his History of Inoculation, vol. i. p. 36.
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    Arabia, in a letter from Dr. P. Russel, Phil. Trans., vol. lvi. p. 140.
  • Niebuhrs account of Arabia, p. 123, French edition.
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    Dr. Wilson's Work on Febrile Diseases, vol. ii. p. 286.
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    his View of the History, Literature, and Religion of the Hindus, vol. i. p. 174.
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    Dr. Jenner's Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variolæ Vaccinae, p. 6.
  • Loy's Account of some Experiments on the Origin of the Cow-Pox, p. 20.
  • Annals of Medicine, vol. ii., p. 263.
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    Medical Repository, vol. v. p. 93.
  • Turner's Embassy to Thibet, pp. 20 and 178.
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    Cordiner's Ceylon, vol. i. p. 255.
  • Med. Trans., vol. xiv. pages 233, kc.
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    Bryce on the Cow-Pox, page 207.
  • his work on Vac- cine Inoculation, page 39.
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    Dr. Mason Good's Study of Medicine, vol.ii. page 596.
  • Medical Transactions, vol. i. article xxii.
  • Asiatic Journal for October 1816, and September 1818.