HC Deb 08 March 1886 vol 303 c109
MR. PICTON (Leicester)

asked the President of the Local Government Board, Whether an inquiry was recently hold at Ryde into a number of cases of alleged disastrous, and, in some instances, fatal results of vaccination; whether he has received the Report of that inquiry; and, whether he will lay it upon the Table of the House?


, in reply, said, that from the Inspector's Report it appeared that in one case a child had died from erysipelas after vaccination; but there were no circumstances to lead to the conclusion that the disease had been connected with the vaccination. In another fatal case, also that of a child, there was nothing to show any relation between the vaccination and the infantile disease from which the child suffered.