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An unusual type of relap-ing fever occurring in Northern Persia at Mianeli was described; this appeared to be couveyi d by a tick kaown as the Mianeh bug, and the symptom.s resembled those of ordinary relapsing fever such as occurred in.Mesopotamia, the attacks being perhaps more severe. A few months afterwards, he wrote to say that he was no better. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.