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A lecture introductory to the theory and practice of midwifery

by Leake, John, 1729-1792
Edition statement:The third edition Published by : Printed for R. Baldwin (London) , 1776 Physical details: (2), 60; 22, (10) pages 27cm
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Includes "An account of the Westminster new lying-in hospital, instituted A.D. 1765, and supported by voluntary subscription", "Syllabus of lectures", "The description and use of a new forceps", "Extract of a letter from Mons. D. H. Gallandat, to Dr. Leake, relative to his new forceps", and "Extracts of letters from C.M. Thode, esq surgeon to the Empire of Russia, and Councellor at the Court of Petersburg, to Dr Leake, on the subject of his new forceps, translated from the German originals now in his possession"

Bound as Leake Midwifery

Bound with "A vindication of the forceps described and recommended by Dr. Leake. In which the injudiciou and illiberal remarks on that subject, signed by Thomas Denman, are examined and refuted By Dr Leake"

Signature: Robert Travers M,B. Trin. Coll. Dublin