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Gray, two men of colour, were very serviceable in assisting to procure nurses. They recommended none but those whom they supposed could be trusted. A

young man of the name of Henry Bullyberger, of Philadelphia, moved to Upper-Providence, Delaware county, about fifteen miles from Philadelphia. Contrary to the injunctions of his friends, he secretly visited Philadelphia to'see his relations. He went to the hospital burying-ground: he there saw seventeen interred. His sister and her husband, whom he visited, took the fever, with himself, who all died in the space of nine days.

Many facts appear, which evidence that the yellow fever is contagious in country places, distant from tide-water, marshes, &c. In German-town, the infection was in several cases, communicated from one to another.

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Christ Church St. Peter's St. Paul's First Presbyterian Second Presbyterian Third Presbyterian Scots Presbyterian Associate Church St. Mary's Church Trinity Church Friends Free Quakers Swedes German Lutheran German Reformed Moravians Baptists Methodists Universalists Jews African Episcopal and Methodist City Hospital Kensington Coates's

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Total from the Ist to the 5th Nov.

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The above Table makes the total of deaths amount to 3645. Our list of the names of the deceased only amounts to 3521; but, we think it probable, that the total mortality, occasioned by the pestilence, this year, including those who died in the country, exceeds 4000.

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