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An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York

An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York

to which is added, a letter from Dr. James Mann, surgeon-general to the army, and a dissertation by Dr. John Stearns, delivered before the state medical society, on the same subject : with notes and observations on these productions

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Published by Printed by H.C. Southwick in Albany [N.Y.] .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Pneumonia -- New York (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Christopher C. Yates
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 30592
    ContributionsMann, James, 1759-1832, Stearns, John, 1770-1848
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15063639M

    Josiah Clark Nott (Ma – Ma ) was an American physician and was also an author of surgical, yellow fever, and racist theories.. Nott was influenced by the racial theories of physical collected hundreds of human skulls from around the world and tried to . I know Dr. Rush is confident in his skills as a physician and believes that the disease can be successfully combatted, but what if he is wrong? At this moment, even he admits he is powerless before this bilious remitting yellow fever. What good can I possibly do by staying? I have my family and myself to think of \n\nMy mind is made up!

    Disintegration of tribal authority escalated during the spring of with the death of Buckongahelas, a once powerful Delaware chieftain who had helped Little Turtle ambush General Arthur St. Clair in Although the chief had died during the bilious fever epidemic, his devoted followers refused to believe he had died a natural death. The Epidemic Fever of , according to Willis: 4: Sydenham’s epidemic Constitutions: 9: Typhus Fever perennial in London: The Epidemic Constitutions following the Great Plague: The Epidemic Fever of Retrospect of the great Fever of The extinction of Plague in Britain: Fevers to the end of the 17th.

    A writer in the "New York Medical and Physical Journal" for October, , in speaking of the occurrence of puerperal fever, confined to one man's practice, remarks, "We have known cases of this kind occur, though rarely, in New York." I mention these little hints about the occurrence of such cases. New York hosted yellow fever almost every year from to , with major epidemics in ( dead), (2, dead), and (about dead). Baltimore endured a major epidemic in (1, dead), and it, along with Boston, Charleston, and New Orleans, hosted several relatively minor epidemics, which each nevertheless resulted in.


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An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York: to which are added, a letter from Dr. James Mann, hospital-surgeon ; and a dissertation by Dr. John Stearns, delivered before the state medical society, on the same subject ; with notes and observations on these productions.

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