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September 8, 1883

Progress of Yellow Fever.

JAMA. 1883;I(9):279. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390090023004

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Abstract

—Advices from Pensacola to September 4th represent the city as continuing healthy and free from the fever. Three new cases had been reported at the navy yard, and one death. The death was that of a Dr. Bosso, who is represented by the newspapers as having had a specific for the cure of yellow fever. But it seems to have failed in his own case. It is claimed that several cases of the fever have occurred in the village adjoining the naval reservation. News comes from San Francisco that cases of yellow fever have occurred at Mazatlan, in Mexico.

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