New Observations on Inoculation
By Dr. GATTI,
Consulting Physician to his most Christian
Majesty, and Professor of Medicine in
the University of Pisa.
Translated from the French,
By M. MATY, M.D. Sec. R.S.
SUBLATO JURE NOCENDI.
Printed by John Exshaw, in Dame-Street.
Your last offspring, which came to me in rich French dress, is now sent back in a plain English frock. You, who have read the Tale of a Tub, though a follower of Lord Peter, will not be offended, if, in taking off some of the trimmings, I should here and there have made rents in the cloth. If but few, you'll overlook them, since they were the effects of honest zeal in,
Your faithful friend
Dec. 7. 1767.
The paper is prefixed by “A Preliminary Discourse, Containing a Short Account of the present State of Inoculation in France” by Matthew Maty.
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Another account is appended to Dr Gatty’s paper, entitled “An Account of a Series of Experiments,” by William Watson, M. D.