Foster, Edward, d.1779

The principles and practice of midwifery. In whicha are comprized and methodically arranged under the four general heads, of generation, gestation, delivery and recovery, all tha anatomical facts, physiological reasonings, pathological observations, and practical precepts, necessary to constitute the fullest and most complete system of midwifery. By Edward Foster, completed and corrected by James Sims. - London R. Baldwin 1781 - (12), 316 pages 22cm

Obstetrics--Early works to 1800
Midwifery--Early works to 1800