And this: Dined with my lady who is in handsome mourning for her brother who died yesterday of spotted fever.
Transmission of spotted fever by other than Montana and Idaho ticks.
A virulent case of spotted fever, it was pronounced by “Doc” Fussel, who doubted that he would recover.
They know already 'tis the spotted fever ye have, and the Tapageers would burn the house under ye, if I was to go.
Where the name of spotted fever is given there can be little doubt.
I was told likewise that the spotted fever was frequent among the lower Class of the Inhabitants.
A cunning criminal is the spotted fever germ, and he has not yet been quite fully identified and convicted.
The distemper was variously named, cold plague, spotted fever, and malignant remittent fever.
At the same time typhus or spotted fever was not new to England in 1643.
But this spotted fever is cousin-german to it at least, and makes as quick riddance almost.
spotted fever n.
A tick typhus caused by Rickettsia rickettsii, such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever.