Lady montague.pdf

Lady montague

Sofia Navarro


18/03/2020 In 1717 Lady Montague arrived with her husband, the British ambassador, at the court of the Ottoman Empire. She wrote voluminously of her travels. In this selection she noted that the local practice of deliberately stimulating a mild form of the disease through innoculation conferred immunity.

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Lady montague.pdf


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