To the public : the dispute that has lately arisen in this place, on the merit of Dr. Latham's practice in the small-pox, has been managed on the part of his advocates with so much indecent bitterness ...

Writings by "Marcellus" and a "Writer of Truth" regarding the questionable methods used by Dr. Lantham in administering smallpox vaccinations in Salem.

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Main Author: Putnam, Archelaus, 1744-1800.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: [Salem, Mass.] : [Printed by Samuel and Ebenezer Hall], [1774]
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Summary:Writings by "Marcellus" and a "Writer of Truth" regarding the questionable methods used by Dr. Lantham in administering smallpox vaccinations in Salem.
Item Description:Signed: Salem [Mass.]. Marcellus. Followed by: To the public. When I wrote my last address I designed not again to solicit the attention of the public ... Signed: A lover of truth. Salem, April 9th, 1774.
Both addresses are generally attributed to Archelaus Putnam.
Presumably printed by Samuel and Ebenezer Hall, printers of the Essez gazette, in which appeared a number of articles, signed by A lover of truth, concerning the dispute.
Text in three columns.
Physical Description:1 online resource (2 pages)
Place of Publication:United States -- Massachusetts -- Salem