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The diseases of women with child, and in childbed ... With fit remedies for the several indispositions of new-born babes ...

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The diseases of women with child, and in childbed ... With fit remedies for the several indispositions of new-born babes ...

by MAURICEAU, Francois

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  • hardcover
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1752 Mauriceau on Diseases of Pregnant Women Childbirth Obstetrics Illustrated

François Mauriceau was a 17th-century obstetrician who, in 1668, published the first edition of his famed "Treatise on the Diseases of Pregnant Women and Childbirth". This book was one of the most important books on the modern sciences of obstetrics including helping develop techniques for breech deliveries.

This 1752 English edition was published in London by Cox and Clarke and features 10 impressive engravings depicting female anatomy, fetuses, and delivery tools.

Item number: #16045

Price: $750

MAURICEAU, Francois

The diseases of women with child, and in childbed ... With fit remedies for the several indispositions of new-born babes ...

London: Printed for T. Cox, and J. Clarke, 1752.

Details:

· Collation: Complete with all pages

o xlii, 375, [7]

o 10 engravings, folding

· Language: English

· Binding: Leather; tight and secure

· Size: ~8in X 5.25in (20.5cm x 13cm)

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Bookseller’s Inventory #
16045a
Title
The diseases of women with child, and in childbed ... With fit remedies for the several indispositions of new-born babes ...
Author
MAURICEAU, Francois
Format/binding
Leather; tight and secure
Book condition
second hand - Near Fine
Quantity available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
T. Cox, and J. Clarke
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1752
Keywords
1752 Mauriceau on Diseases of Pregnant Women, Childbirth, Obstetrics, Illustrated, rare, antique, old, first edition, 1st state, provenance, signed, inscribed, dust jacket, vellum, manuscript, engravings, illustrations, leather, plates, maps, antiquarian

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