Gettysburg Compiler 5 June 1822

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5 June 1822 - to his of that and, retreat, for want taau...
to his of that and, retreat, for want taau sufficient litions and reasoning appeared absurd, conditions .uistaken: query that not numbers one C O M M U N I C A T I O N . The National Vaccine Institution. Institution. To THE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STYTES. AN erroneous idea has been taken up, in consequence of the repeal of the law rela- ti\ e to vaccination ; and manv persons have seen induced to believe, that this Institution Institution was thereby broken up and abandoned. BCT THIS is ^OT THE CASE. The law which as been repealed, never granted any mo- icy, or made any other provision to encour- £Te T .accination, except to permit all letters to and from me on the subject, to be carried ree of postage. It must be evident, then, that the Vaccine Vaccine Institution can be continued as well without the aid of this law, as with it. The repeal of this law,indeed,rcnders an Institu- ii of this kind doubly necessary ; and clearly proves that the public good requires t should be permanently fixed upon some ·Hire foundation. ]t should not be liable to l A t ifcJ %S\S\J W i l x_ W I . V . 1 f^ ^ . . by 2 j-rf. beanectea at :iny time by personal thcsu.n of private interests, or vulgar prejudices just the TWI quib dare, the sum the products required and sevenths, o"9 will Again-multiply six one uoUars the product nun- exertions, therefore, to : J} cstabI5 s h this Instifition on the plan pro- nut cm posed, in opposition to every d-.fficuity that may be presented : arid I hope that a discerning-public discerning-public will give ;t such encourag-e- menta-* they must perceive it merits. The auxiliary agencies ulreaclv established, established, shall be continued ; and other agents shall be appointed, to whom this remedy will be forwarded occasionally for distribution. Ff these ag-ents should not want it at the time I may send it, they need not pay post- p.s^e or receive it. My letters containing- the vaccine matter will in this case remain in j the hands of the postmaster-,, to be returned as dead letters to the General Post Office- logical of a have additional governor, restored patent the and there nut naval suspended w i The the Synod C h completed have great sincere P 1 c f r h e small-no---. j an After all that has transpired under my observation, after an experience of fven'y-j one years, (and particularly since the natural natural small-pox has been prevalent in this ciry,) I can assure the- public, that v.-hen perfect l\ir,c-pock matter is used. and the vaccine process is suffered to terminate without interruption. interruption. Vaccination i^ .1 -«ur«- preventive bo Those mtercstcrl, who may wish -or fur- wrou^.it, j,- | '-/· cr now demon- r information on ^uo- me thrOMSfh f he nicciium of the post- -·fficc, postage Lute Asrenl of Vaccination the Uuil'MiSVi-tc-!. Varc-nc Tr'st.'11*1011, Baltimore. May 10. I! 1 , 1 :. inst. w h Associate noiv were and d-.vell -s - sive, i the 1 ing-s J *" SMITH, cibcs of for i \ n , r ^

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