In some other points of view, the inoculation of this disease appears preferable to the variolous inoculation.
After waiting two months Jenner inoculated him with variolous material.
They were afterwards inoculated with variolous matter, and had the disease in the regular way.
Jenner himself is known to have made only two variolous tests.
The vesicles are superficial in situation, the firm papule which precedes the variolous rash being altogether wanting.
Several months afterwards, he was again inoculated with variolous matter, but no sensible effect was produced on the constitution.
Autumn, 1812: In one small court in Shoe Lane, seventeen have lately been cut off by this variolous plague.
That it is variolous is now evinced by the fact that it infected others to the like slight degree.
On being afterwards casually exposed to variolous infection, she had the Small-pox in a mild way.
If properly conducted, it secures the constitution as much as variolous inoculation possibly can.
variolous va·ri·o·lous (və-rī'ə-ləs, vâr'ē-ō'-, vār'-)
Of, relating to, or affected with smallpox.