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Provision Made to Prevent the Spreading of the Small-Pox in the Army


The following was voted to be sent Mr˙ John Badger, Jun˙, viz:

"SIR: As the safety of the Colony Army demands that any person or persons suspected of having the small-pox immediately requires their being placed in such place as may prevent its spreading in said Army, and your house is thought proper for that purpose, you are directed immediately to quit said house, that the person now suspected may be placed therein."