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  • [Info] Sketches of Epidemic Diseases in the State of Vermont: From its First Settlement to the Year 1815; With a Consideration of Their Causes, Phenomena, and Treatment, To Which is Added Remarks on Pulmonary Consumption (Boston: T. B. Wait and Sons, 1815), by Joseph A. Gallup

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