Mirror of Literature,  10 (1827), 302–03.

Anecdotes of the Marvellous



Extract, Anecdote

Publications extracted:

New London Literary Gazette

[2] Imagination


Epidemiology, Disease, Psychology

    Reports that a woman in St. Helena, hearing that a guest had been in measles-ridden Cape Town, 'fled from the table, exclaiming that she knew she should have the measles; in fact, she immediately fell sick of that disorder' and died (302).

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