Bill from Thomas Williston to the Provice of Massachusetts Bay, 1758 November 18

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Content Notes

Contains an itemized bill, dated 18 November 1758, to the Province of Massachusetts Bay for sundry expenses of Dr. Thomas Williston during his attendance at a smallpox hospital in Boston in 1757. Provisions for his patients included beer, milk, butter, run, fish, pork, and assorted spices.

Biographical Notes

Thomas Williston was a physician active in Boston, Massachusetts in the 1750s. His services included attendance at the Boston smallpox hospital.