The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 39
Dr. Benjamin Moseley, 1805, Physician to the Chelsea Hospital for 30 years
Dr. Benjamin Moseley, 1805, Physician to the Chelsea Hospital for 30 years.
The people at large are not to be reproached for putting their faith in this splendid imposition on humanity; and to the credit of their discernment and parental feelings, the middle and inferior classes have taken precedence in renouncing the delusion. At this moment, unless attacked by surprise, or with threats, or cajoled by artifice, (all of which have been practised on them,) there are now none among them in London and the adjacent villages who will expose their children to cow-pox inoculation.—A Treatise on the Lues Bovilla or Cow-Pox. By Benjamin Moseley, M.D. Second Edition. London, 1805. P. 142.