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(Transcribed from Huntsville Republican, Huntsville, Alabama August 5, 1817, including misspelled words from original )
At a meeting of a number of the Faculty of Madison county, at Mr. Talbot’s Inn, on Saturday the 2d inst. the following resolutions were adopted:
Discover, Share and help us Preserve our lost and forgotten stories.
That viewing with deep concern the unhappy prevalence of that highly contagious and fatal disease, the SMALL POX, and possessing an easy and certain preventative in the Vaccine Innoculation, we therefore earnestly recommend its immediate and universal adoption to the citizens of Madison county.
That for the promotion of above desireable object, we, the undersigned Physicians, will innoculate gratis, all persons applying at our shops. That Medical and other gentlemen shall be supplied with genuine vaccine matter, gratis, as soon as sufficient quantity can be procured.
That this meeting be adjourned until Friday, the 15th inst. at which time a general attendance of the faculty is solicited, to co operate with us in this important design.
JOSEPH R. HARRIS
JNO H. WOODCOCK
ALEXR? A CAMPBELL
WYCHE & ALLEN
Huntsville, August 2, 1817
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- CORDOVA HAPPENINGS, Walker County, Alabama 1920
- April 5, 1878 — School, Sheriff’s sale and tragic accident in the news in Ashville, Alabama
- AUBERRY NOTES from PERRY COUNTY, ALABAMA
- Transcribed from Huntsville Republican, August 5, 1817
- Blount County News-Dispatch, Blountsville, Alabama, March 19, 1879
- BRANDED SLAVE IN SUMTER COUNTY, ALABAMA, 1836
- CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS BURIED IN RANDOLPH COUNTY, ALABAMA