The Vaccination Controversy: The Rise, Reign, and Fall of Compulsory Vaccination for Smallpox

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INDEX
Aberdeen University Review 1929 37
Abyssinian army 9
Act to Amend an Act…, An 1841 117, 120, 121
Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to vaccination, An 1867 123, 136, 150–1, 159–62, 163–72, 203–4, 206, 208–11, 217– 18
Clause 31 159–62
Act to Extend and Make Compulsory the Practice of Vaccination, An 1853 123–5, 128, 131, 136, 139–40, 143, 145–6, 150–4, 159, 161, 179, 204, 224, 237
Act to Extend the Practice of Vaccination, An 1840 111, 113–17, 120–1, 123
Act for vesting in the Privy Council certain powers for the protection of public health 1858 133, 137–8
Adams, Joseph 86, 224
Adrianople (Edirne) 3, 4, 6
aethiopsmineral 49
Africa 8, 9
Agricultural Society 89
Alcock, John 31
Alfred, King 10
Allen, Eliza 161
Allen, Revd H. T. 160–2, 163
Allington, Richard 10–11
Amyand, Claudius 33, 42
Ancient Greece 9
Annan, Noel 135
Anti-Compulsory Vaccination League 181, 208
Anti-Vaccination League 209, 219
Anti-Vaccinator, The (periodical) 180–2
anti-vaccs 86–92, 136, 155, 158, 160–2, 163– 71, 202–13, 214–22, 223–5, 233, 235–7 militant phase 175, 179–87, 188–201, 202
apothecaries 55, 63, 70, 87–8
Applecross 72
Arabia 9, 12
Arabian medicine 14, 20, 200
Arabs 9–10
artisans 117
Asia 9
Athens 9
atoms 11–12
Austen, James 27
Austen, Jane 27
Austria 122
Austro-Hungarian Empire 3
Avicenna 20
baby-farming 152
Bacon, Francis 75, 185
bacteriology 200
Bagehot, Walter 133
Banford, George 210–11
Banks, Sir Joseph 77
Baron, John 74–9, 81–5, 97, 98, 104–5, 110, 130, 189
Batchelder, Robert Arthur 183
Bavaria 104, 122
Baxby, Derrick 47, 77, 93, 188, 196, 198
Bayley, Miss 91
Belgrade 6
Bell Wright, Thomas 220–1
Berkeley 76, 77, 80, 96–7, 197
Berkeley, Admiral 94–5
Bill to consolidate and amend the statutes relating to vaccination in England 1866 155
Bill to Encourage Vaccination 1880 229
Bill to make perpetual the Public Health Act, 1858 1859 134, 153
Bill to provide for the vaccination of the people of England and Wales 1855 124–6
bills of mortality (London) 41, 43–5, 46–7, 48, 51, 53, 57, 64, 71
Birch, John 166, 224
Birley, Hugh 181
births, registration 110, 151–2
Blackmore, Sir Richard 200, 223
Blackstone 215
Blane, Sir Gilbert 45, 46, 71, 194–5
bleeding (medical procedure) 49, 50, 72
blindness 11
blood 185
blood (humour) 14, 15–16
blood-poisoning 183

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Part I - The Road to Compulsion 1
  • Chapter 1 - The Byzantine Operation 3
  • Chapter 2 - The Small Pockes 8
  • Chapter 3 - The Engrafted Distemper 29
  • Chapter 4 - The Language of Figures 40
  • Chapter 5 - The Suttonian System 48
  • Chapter 6 - The Great Benefactor 74
  • Chapter 7 - The Speckled Monster 98
  • Chapter 8 - The Three Bashaws 107
  • Chapter 9 - A Competent and Energetic Officer 120
  • Chapter 10 - Formidable Men 135
  • Chapter 11 - The Present Non-System 142
  • Chapter 12 - Toties Quoties 155
  • Chapter 13 - Crotchety People 163
  • Part II - The Reign of Compulsion 177
  • Chapter 14 - A Loathsome Virus 179
  • Chapter 15 - A Cruel and Degrading Imposture 188
  • Chapter 16 - Ten Shillings or Seven Days 202
  • Chapter 17 - Death by Non-Vaccination 214
  • Chapter 18 - The Great Pox 223
  • Part III - The Retreat from Compulsion 231
  • Chapter 19 - A Genuine Conscientious Objection 233
  • Notes 239
  • Bibliography 247
  • Index 256
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