The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 39
Dr. Muller, Privy-Councillor to the Imperial Government, Berlin
Dr. Muller, Privy-Councillor to the Imperial Government, Berlin.
Of 3552 cases of death by small-pox in 1871, 484 were children under 5 years of age, all vaccinated, and yielding the following result:
|Cases of Small-pox in Vaccinated Children.||Deaths of ditto.||Percentage of Deaths on cases.|
|Under 1 year||179||99||55.30|
|Under 2 years||298||127||42.62|
|Under 3 years||295||111||37.62|
|Under 4 years||244||78||31.96|
|Under 5 years||175||69||39.42|
|Total Cases under 5 years||1191||Total Deaths 484||Percentage 40.63|
—Quoted by Dr. Kolb, of Munich, from Dr. Muller's Report on Small-Pox in Berlin, in 1871; and Published by the National Anti-Compulsory Vaccination League.