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BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS IN MAN.
Creighton, Charles.

BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS IN MAN.

An Account of the Pathology of Suspected Cases. Macmillan and Co. 1881.
1st Ed. xi + 119pp. + 33pp. publ. catalogue + [ii]. 6 litho. plates including 3 chromos. From the Library of Louis Waldstein and presented to the Molteno Institute for Research in Parasitology Library with bookplates and ink stamps including several marginal and one to a plate, some light browning, paper split to firm hinges, original gilt lettered cloth, some loss to corners, spine bumped, minor wrinkling and marking split to tail of upper joint. Scarce. Charles Creighton (18471927), medical scholar. A prominent anti-Vaccinator, who whilst researching Vaccination for the Encylopaedia Britannica (1879-88) he became convinced Jenner was rogue and charlatan and that vaccination itself was valueless.
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