The Matron's Manual of Midwifery, and the Diseases of Women During Pregnancy and in Childbed, Being a Familiar and Practical Treatise, More Especially Intended for the Instruction of Females Themselves, but Adapted Also for Popular Use Among Students and Practitioners of Medicine. Frederick Hollick.
The Matron's Manual of Midwifery, and the Diseases of Women During Pregnancy and in Childbed, Being a Familiar and Practical Treatise, More Especially Intended for the Instruction of Females Themselves, but Adapted Also for Popular Use Among Students and Practitioners of Medicine

The Matron's Manual of Midwifery, and the Diseases of Women During Pregnancy and in Childbed, Being a Familiar and Practical Treatise, More Especially Intended for the Instruction of Females Themselves, but Adapted Also for Popular Use Among Students and Practitioners of Medicine

Very Good. Item #5613

New York: T. W. Strong, 1849. 15 x 10 cm; 464 pp., followed by four pages of advertisements. Color frontispiece of Eve with Cain. 51 additional illustrations, two of which are in color. Blind-stamped brown cloth binding with lettering stamped in gold on spine. Cover rubbed and edges frayed. Pages toned from age, a handful are dampstained. Overall, clean and bright. No tears. Binding is sound.

Price: $100.00

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