An Account Of The Rise, Progress, And Termination, Of The Malignant Fever, Lately Prevalent In Philadelphia. Briefly Stated From Authentic Documents. by See Notes Multiple ContributorsAn Account Of The Rise, Progress, And Termination, Of The Malignant Fever, Lately Prevalent In Philadelphia. Briefly Stated From Authentic Documents. by See Notes Multiple Contributors

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Attributed to James Hardie by Austin. Two states noted by Edwin Wolf. In the earlier, "A list of burials" appears on a preliminary leaf pi1 and [A]1 verso is blank. In the later state, the list appears on [A]1 verso and there is no leaf pi1. Slight changes in the text were made as well. Cf. "Evidence indicating the need for some bibliographical analysis of American-printed historical works," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 63 (1969): 262. Page 19 misnumbered 91 in some copies. "A short account of the plague in London, 1665. (Written at that time.)"--12 p. at end. Abridged from Daniel Defoe's Journal of the plague year.

Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Benjamin Johnson, no. 147, north side of Market-Street, MDCCXCIII. [1793]. 36,12p. ; 12°
Title:An Account Of The Rise, Progress, And Termination, Of The Malignant Fever, Lately Prevalent In…Format:PaperbackDimensions:44 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.09 inPublished:June 10, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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