Report of the Portsmouth Relief Association to the Contributors of the Fund for the Relief of Portsmouth, Virginia during the Pervalence of the Yellow Fever in that Town in 1855. The Exhibit of the Treasurer of the Reciepts and Disbursements of the Fund, and Statements of other Members of the Association, Together with a Sketch of the Fever, etc. etc.
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