Aristotle's compleat and experienc'd midwife, in two parts
1. Aguide for child-bearing women in the time of their conception, bearing and suckling their children; with the best means of helping them, both in natural and unnatural labours; together with suitable remedies for the various indispositionsof new-born infants; 2. Proper and safe remedies for the curing all those distempers that are incident to the female sex, and more especially those that are any obstruction to their bearing of children
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