British Medical Journal, 1900, v.2, pp. 949-51
In a classis demonstartion Manson allowed infected mosquitoes from Rome to bite a volunteer (his son) in London, who developed malaria 15 days later with tertian parasites in the blood, and who was cured by quinine.
Morton no.: 5252.2
Manson, Sir Patrick, "Experimantal proof of the mosquito-malaria theory." (1900). Classic Article Collection. 111.