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" ... able to select the practitioner by whom they would desire it to be performed. (C.) The present system has been faulty in this respect, that the provisions for the remuneration of public vaccinators have not been such as to secure their hearty and... "
Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command - Page 38
by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1855
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Papers Relating to the History and Practice of Vaccination

Smallpox - 1857 - 188 pages
...not been such .is to secure their hearty and zealous co-operation. The most injurious consequences have undoubtedly resulted from this, both in limiting...vaccinators from giving that pains and attention to watcli the progress of the vaccine disease which are imperatively necessary, a point to which further...
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Annual report of the City Inspector of the City of New York for the year ...

1863
...have not been such as to secure their hearty and zealous co-operation. The most injurious consequences have undoubtedly resulted from this, both in limiting...further allusion will be made hereafter. (D.) But no compulsory enactment, however comprehensive and stringent ; no alteration in the mode of appointing...
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The Story of a Great Delusion in a Series of Matter-of-fact Chapters

William White - Smallpox - 1885 - 627 pages
...Vaccination. Ordered to be printed by the House of Commons, 1st March, 1855. The most injurious consequences have undoubtedly resulted from this, both in limiting...Vaccine Disease which are imperatively necessary. They must, therefore, be emancipated. An independent organisation, with a medical chief, was essential...
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The Story of a Great Delusion in a Series of Matter-of-fact Chapters

William White - Smallpox - 1885 - 627 pages
...Vaccination. Ordered to be printed by the House of Commons, 1st March, 185.3. The most injurious consequences have undoubtedly resulted from this, both in limiting...Vaccine Disease which are imperatively necessary. They must, therefore, be emancipated. An independent organisation, with a medical chief, was essential...
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