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  • A further statement of the case of Elizabeth Thompson : upon whom the Caesarean operation was performed in the Manchester Lying-In Hospital : in addition to that published by Mr. Wood, in the Memoirs of the Medical Society of London, vol. 5th / By Charles White, and Richard Hall, ... and George Tomlinson, and John Thorp.
  • Two diagrams of a childs head starting to emerge from the vagina; two cross-sections of an exposed uterus and two diagrams of a single child and twins in the womb. Engraving by W. Taylor, 1791, after F. Birnie after W. Smellie.
  • Nine diagrams of babies in the womb and two illustrations of obstetrical instruments. Etching by T. Jefferys.
  • Tamar giving birth to Pharez and Zarah aided by a midwife and many assistants. Engraving by H. Muller after M. van Heemskerck.
  • Childbirth, midwifery and care of the new born infant. Lithograph by G. Lopéz (?) after Fray B. de Sahagún.
  • A woman's narrow pelvis with child's head stuck in the middle of labour. Collotype by Römmler & Jonas after a radiograph made for G. Leopold and Th. Leisewitz, 1908.
  • A further statement of the case of Elizabeth Thompson : upon whom the Caesarean operation was performed in the Manchester Lying-In Hospital : in addition to that published by Mr. Wood, in the Memoirs of the Medical Society of London, vol. 5th / By Charles White, and Richard Hall, ... and George Tomlinson, and John Thorp.
  • Alcmene giving birth to Hercules surrounded by attendants: in the background a woman is hitting another over the head with a stone. Line engraving by F. Bouttats the younger.
  • A seated woman giving birth aided by a midwife and two other attendants, in the background two men are looking at the stars and plotting a horoscope. Woodcut, 1583[?].
  • Childbirth: sinister obstetricians and anaesthetist extract the baby from the mother. Drawing by R. Ennis, 2005.
  • Tamar giving birth to Pharez and Zarah aided by a midwife and many assistants. Engraving by H. Muller after M. van Heemskerck.
  • Eleven decorated initials from the Basel 1555 edition of Andreas Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica. Woodcuts, 1555.
  • A woman's pelvis after a succesful pubiotomy - a surgical incision of the symphysis pubis generally to widen the birth canal for vaginal delivery. Collotype by Römmler & Jonas after a radiograph made for G. Leopold and Th. Leisewitz, 1908.
  • The birth of the Virgin Mary, Anna is being attended upon while Mary receives her first bath. Line engraving by C. Cort, 1578, after G. Penni.
  • A further statement of the case of Elizabeth Thompson : upon whom the Caesarean operation was performed in the Manchester Lying-In Hospital : in addition to that published by Mr. Wood, in the Memoirs of the Medical Society of London, vol. 5th / By Charles White, and Richard Hall, ... and George Tomlinson, and John Thorp.
  • Thirteen diagrams of a child in the womb in various positions; two obstetrical chairs and several obstetrical instruments. Etching by F. Sesone, 1749, after L. Heister.
  • Mary Toft (Tofts), who duped several doctors into believing she had given birth to a litter of rabbits: twelve episodes. Etching.
  • A diagram demonstrating different kinds of forceps, and their use in childbirth. Lithograph by G. Scharf.
  • Six diagrams of babies being delivered with the aid of forceps and three illustrations of obstetrical instruments. Engraving.
  • The birth of the Virgin Mary, her mother Anne washes her hands before being given food and drink by attendants. Photolithograph after a painting by B. Daddi.
  • A further statement of the case of Elizabeth Thompson : upon whom the Caesarean operation was performed in the Manchester Lying-In Hospital : in addition to that published by Mr. Wood, in the Memoirs of the Medical Society of London, vol. 5th / By Charles White, and Richard Hall, ... and George Tomlinson, and John Thorp.
  • The birth of the Virgin Mary, Anna is being attended upon while Mary receives her first bath. Line engraving by C. Cort, 1578, after G. Penni.
  • Four babies in different delivery positions in the womb. Engraving by W. Taylor, 1791, after F. Birnie after W. Smellie.
  • Eleven decorated initials from the Basel 1555 edition of Andreas Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica. Woodcuts, 1555.
  • Mary Toft (Tofts) appearing to give birth to rabbits in the presence of several surgeons and man-midwives sent from London to examine her. Etching by W. Hogarth, 1726.
  • The birth of the Virgin Mary, her mother Anne washes her hands before being given food and drink by attendants. Photolithograph after a painting by B. Daddi.
  • Alcmene giving birth to Hercules: Juno, jealous of the child, attempts to delay the childbirth. Line engraving.
  • A monkey (dressed as a human being) giving birth to a baby monkey aided by a midwife and two attendants. Reproduction of an engraving.