1801 & 1803  SMALL ARCHIVE OF SMALL POX RELATED HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT LETTERS00JT51b
On offer is a small archive of handwritten letters relating to small pox. Letter 1 penned by Maurice Devilliers a citizen of Du Blanc France writes of small pox throughout the district and much more in this tightly written stampless letter with wax seal. Letters 2 and 3 are from the same health officer of the Revolutionary government whose signature is affixed on both letters but not quite legible.G+.
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