WITH INCIDENTAL REFERENCES TO FOREIGN STATES
E. W. ALLEN, 4, AVE MARIA LAMNE, E. C.
"It is a melancholy reflection for human nature, how easily and completely even the most intelligent classes of even the most intelligent people may sometimes be imposed upon. There seems some inherent proneness in mankind to great national delusions. The same men whom we find, as individuals, watchful and wary, not readily trusting professions, nor often misled by appearances, will, as a body, often swallow open-mouthed the most glaring absurdities and contradictions; and the Press, which ought to be the detector.. of such delusions, will sometimes stoop to be their instrument."LORD MAHON.
"Life consists in the alternate process of learning and unlearning; but it is often wiser to unlearn than to learn."BULWER LYTTON.
"When the law comes into conflict with the consciences of men, it is the law that should be altered, and not conscience that should be forced."JOHN MORLEY, in Pall Mall Gazelle.
"In all science, error precedes the truth; and it is better that it should go first than last."HORACE WALPOLE.
"Not only crowds, but Sanhedrims, may be infected with the public lunacy."DRYDEN.
"When I have heard men talk of unalterable laws, I put them down as unalterable fools."SYDNEY SMITH.
VACCINATION IN THE WORKHOUSE
VACCINATION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
VACCINATION IN THE POST OFFICE
VACCINATION IN THE POLICE FORCE
VACCINATION IN THE ARMY
VACCINATION IN HER MAJEST'S NAVY
VACCINATION IN PRISONS
VACCINATION IN LIFE ASSURANCE
VACCINATION AMONGST IMIGRANTS
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