1837 The Lancet  
693 so is the disease which it constitutes more likely to terminate sua sporrte. Take as an example gonorrhoea, as opposed to syphilis ; and if small-pox be cited as an objection, the small-pox pustule dies, and there occurs aline of demarcation between it and the parts imbued with vitality, which may account, in pccrt, for this virus not being able to continue its own species in the same individual, even for a time, as in syphilis. Though,
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