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    Tyrrell G. The epidemic influenza. Pacific Med Surg J. 1873;6:213225.
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    Anonymous. An epidemic among Barn-Yard Fowl. NY Times. 16 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. Devastation! Boston. 11 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. Pferdhuhnkrankheit. The Janesville [Wisconsin] Gazette. 22 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. Unhappy Hendom. The [New York] World. 17 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. The epizootic among the chickens. Chicago Daily Tribune. 18 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. The epizootic among the poultry. The Iowa State Reporter. 20 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. Epihippo notes. The [Port Jervis, New York] Evening Gazette. 21 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. The poultry disease. The [New York] Herald. 19 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. Ohio: heavy robbery – serious railway accident - the epizootic killing hogs and chickens. The [Davenport, Iowa] Daily Gazette. 28 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. The Chickizooty-Rootizooty, &c. The Dubuque Herald. 1872.
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    Anonymous. Chickens and hogs diseased about stables where sick horses were kept. NY Times. 28 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. The deer dying in the woods of Michigan. NY Times. 13 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. General news items. Chicago Daily Tribune. 16 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. Untitled. The [New York] World. 17 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. A disease among the deer family. The [Baltimore] Sun. 21 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. In general. The Hartford Daily Courant. 26 November 1872.
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    Anonymous. The poultry trade. Where poultry come from – extent of the market – the prospects for the season – effects of the poultry disease. NY Times. 17 November 1872.
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    Perroncito E. Epizoozia tifoide nei gallinacei. Ann Accad Agric (Torino) 1878; 21:87126.
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    Fleming G. Animal Plagues: Their History, Nature, and Prevention. London: Chapman and Hall, 1871.
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    Anonymous. The poultry trade. The Richwood [Ohio] Gazette. 5 December 1872.
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    Baronio G. Essai sur la maladie épizootique qui a regné sur les volailles, dans la Lombardie, pendant l’été de 1789; in Chabert[P], Flandrin[P], Huzard[J-B] (eds): Instructions et observations sur les maladies des animaux domestiques. Tome IV. Deuxième ed. Paris: Huzard; An X [1802]; 207225.
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    Anonymous. Ornicephalzymosis. The New York Herald. 18 November 1872.