New York Times, “The New Orleans Epidemic,” December 19, 1858

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“The New-Orleans Epidemic,” New York Times, December 19, 1858, p. 4: 4.
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THE NEW-ORLEANS EPIDEMIC. – The report of the Howard Association of New-Orleans states that they attended to 3,414 cases of yellow fever during the recent season, 1,069 of whom were Germans, 1,485 Irish, and 409 natives of the United States; 771 died, and the remaining 2,643 were discharged cured. The amount of money expended was $45,000. It made no appeals to foreign aid, but received from the liberality of the citizens of New-Orleans alone enough for all practical purposes. The Managers return their thanks to those non-resident friends from whom offers of assistance were received, and acknowledges the receipt of contributions from many distant points.

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