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Unknown. An historical account of the plague at Marseilles. Giving a particular relation of all the different occurrences that happen'd during the visitation in that city. Publish'd by authority at Paris, and faithfully translated from the original French. By a Physician. To which is added, a letter from Monsier Pons, physician of the faculty of Montpelier, wrote from Marseilles (while he resided there by order of the regent) to Monsieur de Bon Chevalier, first president of the Court of Aids and Finances of Montpelier; discovering the nature and cause of the pestilence, its symptoms, and the methods and medicines used for the recovery of the infected.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25745, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25745. Accessed 2024-06-13.

@book{ wphp_25745
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1721},
  title={An historical account of the plague at Marseilles. Giving a particular relation of all the different occurrences that happen'd during the visitation in that city. Publish'd by authority at Paris, and faithfully translated from the original French. By a Physician. To which is added, a letter from Monsier Pons, physician of the faculty of Montpelier, wrote from Marseilles (while he resided there by order of the regent) to Monsieur de Bon Chevalier, first president of the Court of Aids and Finances of Montpelier; discovering the nature and cause of the pestilence, its symptoms, and the methods and medicines used for the recovery of the infected.},
  publisher={M. Billingsley \& Anne Dodd I \& Joseph Fox I},
  address={London},    }

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