An account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in the city of New-York. Containing I. A narrative of its rise, progress and decline ... II. The manner in which the poor were relieved ... III. A list of the donations ... for the relief of the sick and indigent. IV. A list of the names of the dead ... V. A comparative view of the fever of the year 1798, with that of the year 1795. By James Hardie, A.M. ...
|Main Author:||Hardie, James, 1758-1826.|
New-York: Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, at the Literary printing office, no. 29 Gold-street, and sold by the author, no. 1 Rider-street--by John Low, at the Shakespeare's head, no. 332 Water-street, the other booksellers, and the printers, 1799.
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A list of the names of the persons interred in the several burying grounds in the City of New-York, and at Bellevue, and Potters-field, from August 1 to November 14, 1798, p. 87.
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