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Influenza Personifled.

.■/■•"'• ' , .•'; i .'■■■'' .;. .5' * At a fancy drWs ball at St Peters£tog» attended .by ■■ the nobility,! the palm Iras awarded to a yotmg lady nttirbdto sent the influenza. Slue was dressed m an . fafehionV iuidl SNfri'^ii %,et head a tall cap with' the names of the various doctors .who *hav<i studied the disease.,. The, map of IJurope was.depifted on her skirt, and she carried a large fan, uppn yfhiph .the names of the chemists who welcomed the arrival of ( the sicogng* were inscribed. During the eyen^^Bne distributed leaflets explaining,' symptoms, fever, pains inthe head, «tc. • ' t>! - ~

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Influenza Personifled., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2465, 12 July 1890

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Influenza Personifled. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2465, 12 July 1890

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