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From the firfi appearance of the fmall-pox, it has with reafon been confidered in its natural progrefs, as one of the moil formidable of the frequent maladies to which human beings are expofed/| Sydenham^ by the judicious manner of treating it which he introduc- ed, contributed greatly to diminifli its ravages; and the praflice of ino- culation has fo far reduced the number of its vidlimst, that where it can be employed, the fmall-pox is fcarcely fo much dreaded, as the meaflcs or fcarlet fever.
There are fome patticular families, however, in which even the incca*' lated fmall-pox feldom fails to prove a formidable difeafe ; and we ax'e forry to obferve, that in many parts of this ifland, the prejudice againil inoculation, efpecially among the lower ranks of people, is far from be- ing fubdued ; nay, even many perfons in the higher claffes are by no means convinced, when inoculation is employed in private families, that the difeafe is completely under medical controul.