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Spanish Influenza in North America, 1918–1919

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Title
Inpustulas malas morbu[m] que[m] malum de fra[n]cia vulgus appellat que su[n]t de genere formica[rum] :  salubre [con]siliu[m] doctoris Co[n]radi Schellig heydelbergen[sis], illustrissimi cleme[n]tissmiq[ue] pri[n]cipis Philippi Comitis rheni palatini bauarie ducis et electoris, phisici sui expertissimi  
In pustulas malas morbum quem malum de francia vulgus appellat consilium
Name/Creator
Schellig, Conrad, 1448-1508, creator
Misch, Friedrich, fl. 1488-1490, printer.
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HMS.COUNT:1177100 
Location
Countway Medicine

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Place of Origin
[Heidelberg
Publisher
Friedrich Misch
Language
Latin
Description
[20] p. ; 19 cm. (4to)
Form/Genre
text

print
Subject
Syphilis -- Early works to 1800 ;  Syphilis ;  GermanyHeidelberg

Category
Early Printed Books

Syphilis, 1494-1923

Note
Imprint from Walsh.

Klebs assigns to the year 1495.

ISTC states that because the epidemic did not take place until the mid-1490s, it is likely that the book was printed by the anonymous successor to Misch's types.

Signatures: a⁶, b⁴.


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