Report of the Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the subject of vaccination;
with minutes of evidence and appendices.
|Corporate Author:||Great Britain.|
|Related Names:||Herschell, Farrer 1st Baron 1837-1899.|
London, Printed for H.M. Stationery Off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1889-97.
Appendices to Final report: I. Detailed discussion (A) The Variolus test; (B) Woodville's cases.--II. Tables, furnished by the registrar-general showing, for England and Wales [statistics of] deaths and death rates from small-pox, 1848-1894.--III-VIII. Reports of Dr. Sidney Coupland, Dr. Arthur Pearson Luff and Dr. Thomas Dixon Savill on small-pox in London, Gloucester, Glasgow, Liverpool and other places, 1891-1896.--IX. Papers relating to cases in which death or injury has been alleged or suggested to have been caused by ... vaccination.
Baron Herschell, chairman.
1st report, 1889 (C. 5845)--2d, 1890 (C. 6066)--3d, 1890 (C. 6192)--4th, 1893 (C. 6527)--5th, 1892 (C. 6666)--6th, 1897 (C. 7993)--Final report [and app. I-II] 1896 (C. 8270)--App. III-IX. 1897 (C. 8609-8615)
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