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Chapter XIII The Progress of an Epidemic*locked

  • Charles Dickens

Abstract

That it is at least as difficult to stay a moral infection as a physical one; that such a disease will spread with the malignity and rapidity of the Plague; that the contagion, when it has once made head, will spare no pursuit or...

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