Title: An account of the malignant fever, lalely [sic] prevalent in the city of New-York. Containing I. A narrative of its rise, progress and decline, with the opinions of some medical gentlemen, with respect to its origin, &c. II. The manner in which the poor were relieved during this awful calamity. III. A list of the donations, which have been presented to the committee for the relief of the sick and indigent. IV. A list of the names of the dead, arranged in alphabetical order, with their professions or occupations, and as far as was practicable to obtain information, the names of the countries of which they were natives. V. A comparative view of the fever of the year 1798, with that of the year 1795. By James Hardie, A.M. Copy-right secured according to act of Congress.
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