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Fri Mar 21 17:14:51 2014 UTClccn-no20030540130.00Walter Reed, C. Finlay, and their predecessors around 1800 /0.930.95A treatise on malignant fever, with an attempt to prove its non-contagious nature68618989Stubbins_Ffirthno20030540136064498Ffirth, Stubbens, 1782-1820Ffirth, Stubbins, 1784-1820Firth, Stubbins, 1782-1820Firth, Stubins, 1782-1820lccn-n2011083777Jefferson Exhibit Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n93038624William Duane Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79084175Peller, Sigismund1890-lccn-n81103522Reed, Walter1851-1902lccn-n95098003Yellow Fever Commission (U.S.)lccn-n82012334Finlay, Carlos Juan1833-1915np-miles, johnMiles, Johnnp-boone, i m nBoone, I. M. N.Ffirth, Stubbins1775-approximately 1820Yellow feverYellow Fever Commission (U.S.)Reed, Walter,Finlay, Carlos Juan,Miles, JohnSouth CarolinaSlaves--Medical care17821820180418101813158412RC2101549ocn015441063book18040.95Ffirth, StubbinsA treatise on malignant fever, with an attempt to prove its non-contagious nature21ocn014106189book1959Peller, SigismundWalter Reed, C. Finlay, and their predecessors around 180011ocn019358812mix18130.47Boone Promissory NoteThe Boone Promissory Note, April 23,1813, is a personal voucher from I.M.N. Boone to the factors Waring & Hayne authorizing payment from his account of one hundred dollars to Dr. [Stubbins] Ffirth [sic]11ocn019358792mix18100.47Ffirth, StubbinsStubbins Ffirth Medical BillHistoryThe Stubbins Ffirth Medical Bill, 1810, enumerates the medical services and their fees provided by Dr. Stubbins Ffirth to the family of Mr. John Miles of Colleton District, South Carolina, from March through November 1810. Services included visits to Miles' family and slaves for medical attendance and administration of medicines. The bill is a detailed accounting of visits, ailments, and services rendered. Payment was made on account to Waring & Hayne in February 1811Fri Mar 21 15:16:29 EDT 2014batch3412