Smallpox account from David Little against the town of Newbury, 1794 February 3

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Content Notes

Contains three handwritten copies of an itemized bill to the town of Newbury, Massachusetts, that list the sundry expenses of Dr. David Little (1740-1805) during his attendance at a smallpox hospital between October 1793 and February 1794. The account statements are accompanied by a list of the smallpox victims during that period.

Biographical Notes

David Little (1740-1805) was a physician active in Newbury, Massachusetts, in the 1790s. Among his services were attendance to town's smallpox hospital.