Sutton D (1796)

The Inoculator; or Suttonian system of inoculation, fully set forth in a plain and familiar manner. London: Printed for the author.
During the second half of the 18th century, Daniel Sutton became an extremely successful smallpox inoculator, who used experiments to inform the development of his technique.

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