A Treatise on the Art of Midwifery. Setting Forth Various Abuses Therein, Especially as to the Practise with Instruments: The Whole Serving to Put All Rational Inquirers in a Fair Way of Very Safely Forming Their Own Judgment Upon the Question; which it is Best to Employ, in Cases of Pregnancy and Lying-in, a Man-midwife; Or, a Midwife
A. Morley, 1709 - 471 pages
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