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32. An improved system of domestic medicine: founded upon correct physiological principles : comprising a complete treatise on anatomy and physiology, the practice of medicine, with a copious materia medica, and an extensive treatise on midwifery, embellished with over one hundred useful engravings, gotten up expressly for family use

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39. The married lady's companion: or Poor man's friend : in four parts : I. An address to the married lady, who is the mother of daughters : II. An address to the newly married lady : III. Some important hints to the midwife : IV. An essay on the management and common diseases of children : to which will be added a short note on fever

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42. A set of anatomical tables, with explanations, and an abridgment of the practice of midwifery: with a view to illustrate a treatise on that subject, and collection of cases

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45. The lady's own book, or, Female safeguard: containing moral checks to population and a complete practical midwife : it also treats of generation, sterility, impotency, female complaints, the diseases of infants and children, a glossary or medical dictionary, a dispensatory of all the medicines recommended in this work, and many valuable recipes, purely upon reformed medical principles, written in a plain, yet chaste, style, and on moral principles for families and females

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46. Aristotle's master piece completed: in two parts ; the first, containing the secrets of generation in all the parts thereof ... ; the second part ; A private looking-glass for the female sex, treating of the various maladies of the womb, and all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each ; the whole being more correct than any thing of the kind hitherto published

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