Francisco Puente letter, Jerez de las Caballeros, Spain, to George Read, Consul General of the United States, Malaga, 1845, June 28

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Summary

Creator:
Puente, Francisco.
Abstract:
ALS. Fuente submits two recipes which he has found to be effective in the alleviation of yellow fever and asks that his findings be reported to the U.S. Consuls in Mexico and the Antilles and to the authorities in Vera Cruz, Havana and Philadelphia. Fuente understood the yellow fever to be a kind of colic, a disease of the digestive organs.
Extent:
1 item
Physical Description:
1 items
Language:
Materials in Spanish
Collection ID:
RL.10792

Background

Scope and content:

ALS. Fuente submits two recipes which he has found to be effective in the alleviation of yellow fever and asks that his findings be reported to the U.S. Consuls in Mexico and the Antilles and to the authorities in Vera Cruz, Havana and Philadelphia. Fuente understood the yellow fever to be a kind of colic, a disease of the digestive organs.

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Finding aid derived from MARC record using DukeMARC2EAD-HOMproject.xsl, December 2014

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Subject:
Yellow Fever
Names:
History of Medicine Collections (Duke University)
Puente, Francisco.

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Francisco Puente Letter, 1845, June 28, Jerez de las Caballeros, Spain, to George Read, Consul General of the United States, Malaga, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.