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" ... Vaccination, like many other great and beneficial discoveries, has had, and still has, prejudices to encounter, and it is of the last importance that it should be presented for public acceptance in the manner most calculated to soften and subdue these... "
Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command - Page 38
by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1855
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Essays on State Medicine

Henry Wyldbore Rumsey - National health services - 1856 - 424 pages
...the manner most calculated to soften and subdue these prejudices. But to stamp it with pauperism, or give it even the semblance of an act of Poor-law relief,...and this has unquestionably been the result (as has bevn repeatedly noticed indeed by the Poor-Law Board), and it has operated to retard the cause of vaccination."*...
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Papers Relating to the History and Practice of Vaccination

Smallpox - 1857 - 188 pages
...with pauperism, or to give it even the semblance of an act of poor-law relief, is not to soften and to subdue, but to aggravate and add to prejudice, and...unquestionably been the result (as has been repeatedly noticed by the Poor Law Board), and it has operated to retard the cause of vaccination. (B.) The connexion...
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Annual report of the City Inspector of the City of New York for the year ...

1863
...with pauperism, or to give it even the semblance of an act of poor-law relief, is not to soften and to subdue, but to aggravate and add to prejudice, and...unquestionably been the result (as has been repeatedly noticed by the Poor Law Board), and it has operated to retard the cause of vaccination. (В.) The connection...
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The Early Sociology of Health and Illness: Essays on state medicine

Kevin White, Henry Wyldbore Rumsey - Great Britain - 2001 - 448 pages
...the manner most calculated to soften and subdue these prejudices. But to stamp it with pauperism, or give it even the semblance of an act of Poor-law relief,...has operated to retard the cause of vaccination."* Such objections have occurred not only to medical investigators. The late chief of the Poor-Law Board,...
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