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You searched for: Date from: 1775-01-01, Date to: 1899-12-31, Keyword: vaccination

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vaccination by JEXNER, has been enti ely outdone by the great discovery of the HypO- I'11.tIIITFi OF PllosiEIOus by Sir JoSIN FLEXINXG!'- Au ,dicet Gazette. " 1t oiid all question the most wonderful discovery of tihi age. Utterly eclipsing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fy mam, a chymy- dogion i ni, yn methu gwybod, " Pa un a roddent ai ni roddent y bufrech (vaccination) ar eu plant, ac wedi hir betruso, dangosodd rhywun bapyryn iddynt wedi ei argraffu, yn argyrnell iddynt, gyda rhesymau, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn un- rhyvv golled i neb. Wedi bod yn chwilio i mewn i'r mater am saith mlynedd, y mae y Vaccination Commis. Buchfrecu. sion wedi rhoi eu hadroddiad ar ;Buchrechu- fwrddTy y Cyffredin. Yn ol a welir oddiwrth yr hyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvho gave into his h4nds his Marechal's batona, Notwithstanding the -ntttmiites whAi0ch. havewevghe3d upon France, the zeal oftihe. dissetouirtators of vaccination has not diminished. 1ii TM &tpartimFths neeording to the. return out of 6126,641 childrenr. born in 18.1 25 I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CUsar were livin" ad lddie all Siaves, Thuau tlha Cse~ar were de6, to live all Freepies1." The great importance of Vaccination makes every facX corroborative of its 6fficacyrinlercsting, and may therefore justify any offering the following as teuding to proniote Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Leicester Social and administrative history since 1835

    the vaccination of infants was made obligatory in 1853 , it was not until after the passage in 1867 of an Act providing for the more stringent enforcement of compulsory vaccination that opposition developed at Leicester . 381 Previously vaccination

    Little Stanmore Local government

    of its own. As in Great Stanmore medicines for the poor were provided by 1741 , a family was given vaccination in 1768 , and regular medical attendance was paid for by 1754 . Both parishes retained the same 'surgeon

    Friern Barnet Public services

    library in Colney Hatch Lane in 1963 -4. 52 Friern Barnet had no hospital of its own. In 1894 the vaccination Acts were executed by the guardians of Barnet union and from 1935 the area came under the jurisdiction of

    Public health and medical services

    vaccination became more widespread the smallpox death-rate began to fall. In Salisbury the death-rate from smallpox before 1803 was from 70 to 80 a year, in 1849 it was nineteen. 70 Although a subject of controversy throughout the century,

    The City of Coventry Local government and public services: Public services

    voluntary Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital , which steadily expanded from 1867 to 1914 , and the Provident Dispensary, which provided vaccination services, had to cater for the remainder of the rapidly expanding population and for the areas added by the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 July 1815, 4 July 1815

    the faid Petition do lie on the Table. Ordered, That the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for Vaccination " enfuring the Benefit of Vaccination to fuch Poor Bill. " Perfons as are defirous thereof," be read a Second Time To-morrow. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Light Cavalry - ------- J Establishment of the Gun-carriage Manufactory reduced ------ i Establishment for Manufacture of Gunpowder reduced - Vaccination Establishment at the Presidency reduced, and 30 Hospital Conicopolies \ discharged --..-...---..J1 Saving in the Hire of Carriage Bullocks Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    have to be repeated; because, unless we can get Employment for the Hands that are increasing upon us, (whether from Vaccination or from any other Cause I cannot say,) they will accumulate upon us, and we must have a fresh Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    your Estate £\\Q per Annum. Is there a separate Charge for Surgical Operations Yes, and for vaccinating. I pay for Vaccination 13s. 4>d. for each Negro vaccinated, and I have sent out the Matter from this Country. Is there a Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    I cannot at present recollect. What are the incidental Expences of the Hospital The Medical Man is paid usually for Vaccination and for Sur¬ gical Operations exclusively, and any extra Articles of Medicine or other Things furnished by him. I Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 17th January 1841

    not go out in the afternoon. We went up to see the Baby, & as only one place in the vaccination had taken, by the advice of all the 4 Physicians (Clark came to explain) Brown vaccinated her in the

    Sunday 27th January 1839

    better, though he had not been not during the day! as it was so cold. Amongst other things, talked of vaccination, & his having seen Halford about the small pox, of which 800 children have died this year & last

    Friday 15th January 1841

    we went to see the Baby, & we hope she will get well over the vaccination, & that it will take. - Began etching a figure Albert had drawn some years ago. - Read & wrote, & read Despatches. -

    Wednesday 16th February 1842

    the Nursery, & found "Pussy" better but the poor Boy's arm is very inflamed from the vaccination, through only one place has taken, but that one very well indeed. - At 10, I rode out with Albert, riding on the

    Thursday 17th January 1839

    says; Sir H . ordered him to go on with these drafts for four days longer, &c. Talked of this Vaccination, &c. Talked of young Abercromby not being well looking by day-light; of Lord Palmerston looking so much better; of

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    MATILDA EYRE, Deception, 10/01/1876

    (36) , PLEADED GUILTY to unlawfully giving false information concerning the birth of her child- Recommended to mercy by the prosecutor, who stated that the offence was committed to avoid the vaccination of the child. - Fined 1 l .

    JOHN BROOME, Deception, 05/04/1886

    the vaccination officer he sends a monthly list giving the numbers of the entries and the names and addresses-each entry is numbered consecutively-the vaccination officer never sees the register-if he sent a number of fictitious entries to the vaccination officer


    was in custody-the de scription of him is "Five fe et high, scar at back of head and on forehead, vaccination marks on left arm, birthmark on belly, and mole on left buttock." Cross-examined by the prisoner. I do not

    JACOB BARNETT, Deception, 26/04/1880

    was 18 on the 13th January last-she lives with me at 16, Floodgate Street, White chapel-I had a notice of vaccination given me at the time of the regis tration of her birth and also a certificate of her birth-I

    SIDNEY CLAY, Killing, 25/02/1884

    bit the wiser"-I said "You won't tempt me to commit murder for any amount of money"-he then spoke about the vaccination, I am not sure about the words-I think he said "How about the vaccination?"-I told him the child was


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