Smallpox -- England -- Gateshead. : Dr. G.S. Buchanan's report to the Local Government Board on small-pox in Gateshead and Felling, 1903-4, in relation to Sheriff Hill Hospital / [G.S. Buchanan].
Smallpox -- England -- Hastings. : Dr. R. Bruce Low's report to the Local Government Board on the recent prevalence of diphtheria in the Hastings registration district, and on an outbreak of small-pox therein / [R. Bruce Low].
Smallpox -- England -- Ivybridge. : Dr. Parsons's report to the Local Government Board on certain outbreaks of small-pox in the neighbourhood of Ivybridge, South Devon, and on the precautions which can be taken to prevent the spread of infection from rags at the paper mills / [H. Franklin Parsons].
Smallpox -- England -- Liverpool. : Report by Dr. R.J. Reece to the Local Government Board on smallpox and smallpox hospitals at Liverpool, 1902-1903 / [Richard J. Reece].
Smallpox -- England -- Manchester. : Dr. Page's report to the Local Government Board on an inquiry into the circumstances of an outbreak of small-pox in St. Joseph's Certified Industrial School for Roman Catholic Girls, Manchester / [David Page].
Smallpox -- England -- Midsomer Norton. : Dr. Blaxall's report to the Local Government Board on an epidemic of diphtheria in the urban sanitary district of Midsomer Norton, Somersetshire, with a note on the small-pox outbreak there.
Smallpox -- England -- Ongar. : Dr. Airy's report to the Local Government Board on an outbreak of small-pox at Bourne Bridge, in the Ongar union (Essex) / [Hubert Airy].
Smallpox -- England -- St. Mary Cray. : Dr. Parsons's report to the Local Government Board on an outbreak of small-pox among rag-sorters at the St. Mary Cray paper mills, and on the precautions which can be taken for preventing the spread of infection from rags / [H. Franklin Parsons].
Smallpox -- Europe. : A discourse occasion'd by the small-pox and plague now reigning in Europe. Being the substance of two sermons preach'd in Bristol. By Strickland Gough, Minister of the Gospel there.
Smallpox -- France. : Little Venus unmask'd, or, A perfect discovery of the French pox : comprising the opinions of most ancient and modern physicians, with the author's judgement and observations upon the rise, nature, subject, causes, kinds, signs, and prognosticks of the said disease : together, with several nice questions, and twelve different ways and methods of curing that disease, and the running of the reins / by Gideon Harvey.
Smallpox -- Germany -- Berlin -- Early works to 1800. : Facts and observations relative to inoculation in Berlin : and to the possibility of having the small-pox a second time. By William Baylies, M. D. Member Of The Royal Colleges Of Physicians Of London And Edinburgh, And Privy-Counsellor And Physician To The King Of Prussia. Magna est veritas, et praevalebit.
Smallpox -- Great Britain. : Dr. R. Bruce Low's report to the Local Government Board on the arrangements made in Germany for the isolation of small-pox cases / [R. Bruce Low].
Smallpox -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the nature and effects of the cow-pock, illustrated with cases and communications on the subject : Addressed principally to parents, with a view to promote the extirpation of the small-pox. By John Milner Barry, M.D.
Smallpox -- History -- 18th century. : A synopsis of a course of lectures, on the theory and practice of medicine. : In four parts. Part the first. By B. Waterhouse, M.D. Professor of the theory and practice of physic in the University of Cambridge, and of natural history in the College of Rhode-Island.
Smallpox -- Hospitals -- Sermons. : The practice of inoculation recommended : in a sermon, preached At St. James's, Westminster, April the 9th, 1767, on the anniversary meeting of the governors of the small-pox hospitals. By William Dodd, LL. D. Prebendary of Brecon, and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty.
Smallpox in animals -- See also the narrower term Sheep pox
Smallpox -- Massachusetts. : By the Honourable Spencer Phips, Esq; ... A proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas I have received information, that divers attempts have been made, by some evil-minded person or persons, to communicate the small-pox to the family of Benjamin Lynde, Esq; one of his majesty's Council for this province, by letters, containing the corrupt and infectious matter of the said distemper ... and by other ways and means ... and a reward of five hundred pounds old tenor, has been publickly offered by the said Benjamin Lynde ... Given under my hand at Concord, the twenty-eighth day of May 1752 ...