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An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England

An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England

In a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London.

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Published by printed for J. Peele in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 904, no. 19.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],27,[1]p.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16953007M

"A narrative" (pp. ) has caption title: The method of inoculating the small pox in New England. It was first published in Boston in under title: Some observations on the new method of receiving the small-pox by ingrafting or inoculating. "A reply" (pp. ) has caption title: A reply to the religious scruples against inoculating the. Some further account from London, of the small-pox inoculated. With some remarks on a late scandalous pamphlet entituled, Inoculation of the small pox as practis'd in Boston, &c. / by: Mather, Increase, Published: () The present method of inoculating for the small-pox.

An Account of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox in Boston in New England. London: J Peele; Boylston Z. An Historical Account of the Small-Pox Inoculated in New England, upon All Sorts of Persons, Whites, Blacks, and of All Ages and Constitutions.   Inoculating for the Small-Pox. ⁠ Gentlemen, I T must afford no small pleasure to a benevolent mind in the midst of a war, which daily makes so much havoc with the human species, to reflect, that the small-pox which once proved equally fatal to thousands, has been checked in its career, and in a great degree subdued by the practice of.

An Account Of The Success Of Inoculating The Small-Pox In Great Britain, For The Years And With A Comparison Between The Mortality Of The Natural Small-Pox, And The Miscarriages In That Practice; As Also Some General Remarks On Its Progress And Success, Since Its First Introduction. London: J Peele,Cited by: 9. Needham quotes an account from Zhang Yan's Zhongdou Xinshu (種痘新書), or New book on smallpox inoculation, written in during the Qing dynasty (–), which shows how the Chinese process had become refined up until that point: Method of storing the material. Wrap the scabs carefully in paper and put them into a small container.


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An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Account of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox in Boston () The next year a letter from an American to his friend in England added information on the background of the inoculation procedure.

Sir, Gentleman well known in the City of Boston, had a Garamantee Servant, who first gave him an Account, of a Method frequently used in Africa, and which had been practis’dFile Size: 29KB.

An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England. In a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London. Paperback – June 1, Author: See Notes Multiple Contributors. An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England / In a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London.

A narrative of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox in New England By Mr Benj Colman With a reply to the objections made against it In a letter from a minister at Boston Paperback – August 5, Author: Benjamin Colman.

An Account of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox in Boston in New England. London: J Peele; Google Scholar; Boylston Z. An Historical Account of the Small-Pox Inoculated in New England, upon All Sorts of Persons, Whites, Blacks, and of All Ages and Constitutions.

London: S Chandler; Google Scholar; Blake JB. The Method and Success Of Inoculating The Small-pox In Boston in New England(London, ). InZabdiel Boylston published Some Account Of what is said of Inoculating or Transplanting the Small Pox (Boston).

In crease Mather (), Cotton's father, was one of the ministers in. Neal, D.: Narrative of Method and Success of Inoculating Small Pox in New England by Mr.

Benjamin Coman With Reply to Objections Made Against It, London: Matthews and Ford,p 8. Boylston, Z.: Historical Account of Small-Pox Inoculated in New England, ed 2, corrected by S.

Gerris and T. Hancock, Boston,p Cited by: 5. The Boston Smallpox Epidemic, A Narrative of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox in New England, From the holdings of Houghton Library—Harvard College Library. Between April and December5, Bostonians had smallpox, and died of it.

When the smallpox epidemic struck Boston, Mather took the opportunity to campaign for the systematic application of inoculation. What followed was a fierce public debate, but also one of the first widespread and well-documented uses of inoculation.

Boylston’s records, published in under the title An Historical Account of the Small-Pox Inoculated in New England, indicate that individuals were intentionally inoculated with smallpox pus, and of these, were personally inoculated by Boylston. Six then died of smallpox, a case fatality rate of percent, substantially lower than the case fatality rate of percent in the general population of Boston.

It was originally published in Boston in as: Some observations on the new method of receiving the small-pox by ingrafting or inoculating. "A reply" (p. ) has caption title: A reply to the religious scruples against inoculating the small pox, in a letter to a : Tapa blanda.

An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England / (London: Printed for J. Peele, MDCCXXII []), by Jeremiah Dummer, contrib. by William Tumain and Cotton Mather (page images at HathiTrust). An historical account of the small-pox inoculated in New-England, upon all sorts of persons, whites, blacks, and of all ages and constitutions: with some account of the nature of the infection in the natural and inoculated way, and their different effects on human bodies ; with some short directions to the unexperienced in this method of practice ; humbly dedicated to Her Royal Highness.

Boylston wrote an account of his experiences with inoculation in "An Historical Account of the Small Pox Inoculated in New England." Most of Boston's clergy seemed to have supported inoculation, and some wrote an op-ed opposing Williams and Douglass's criticism: "tho [Dr.

Boylston] has not had an Academic Education, and congruently not the Letters of some Physicians in town, yet he ought by no Disease: Smallpox. Account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England.

London, J. Peele, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Tumain; Jeremiah Dummer. An account of the method and success of inoculating the small-pox, in Boston in New-England: In a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London.

Mather, Cotton: An Account of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox, in Boston in New-England. London: J. Peele, This pamphlet, "a letter from a gentleman there, to his friend in London," though unsigned has proved to be Mather's. It is dated at the end "Boston, in New England, Sept.

7, " 28� [Mather], An Account of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox in Boston in New-England (London, ), 2. Kittredge, “Some Lost Works,” –59, verifies Mather’s authorship of the pamphlet. 29� Boylston, An Historical Account of the Small-pox Inoculation in New England (Boston, ), 2–6.

A Practical Essay Concerning the Small Pox. London, [Google Scholar], Practical Essay; [Mather Mather, Cotton An Account of the Method and Success of Inoculating the Small-Pox in Boston in New England. London, [Google Scholar],] Account; and Neal Neal, : Claire Gherini. Historical account of the small-pox inoculated in New-England, upon all sorts of persons, whites, blacks, and of all ages and constitutions.

With some account of the nature of the infection in the natural and inoculated way, and their different effects on human bodies.: With some short directions to the unexperienced in this method of practice.

The title of Boylston’s book – An historical account of the smallpox inoculated in New England upon all sorts of persons, whites, blacks, and of all ages and constitution’– may represent a reply to these criticisms. Inoculation’s efficacy and relative safety compared with natural disease was accepted both in England and in the North American colonies.The Africans placed a small amount of smallpox pus into a scratch on children's arms, thus making them immune to the disease.

When an epidemic broke out in Boston inMather wanted to try this method. He convinced Dr. Boylston, but other physicians and the public thought the idea barbaric, even sinful.Published in London and in Dublin in under title: A narrative of the method and success of inoculating the small pox in New England Dedicated to John Leverett Title within double rule.