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Art. II. Facts and Observations relative to the Disease commonly called Yellow Fever; as it Appeared on Board the United States Ship Hornet in 1828, the United States Schooner Grampus in 1829, and at the United States Naval Hospital, Pensacola, in the Cases received from the Peacock, in 1830



Art. II. Facts and Observations relative to the Disease commonly called Yellow Fever; as it Appeared on Board the United States Ship Hornet in 1828, the United States Schooner Grampus in 1829, and at the United States Naval Hospital, Pensacola, in the Cases received from the Peacock, in 1830



American Journal of the Medical Sciences 12(24): 307-325




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