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Midwifery brought to perfection, By Manual Operation; Illustrated In a Lecture, Containing I. The Reasons and Motives for instituting, and undertaking the Performance of a compleat Course of Midwifery. II. An Enquiry into the Merit of such a New and Laborious Enterprize. III. A Disquisition upon the Excellency of the Art of Midwifery, in its own Nature. IV. The Regular Method, and different Steps to be taken, in order to qualify and accomplish Pupils, both in the Theory and Practice of this most useful Science. By John Maubray, M. D.
- Maubray, John, -1732.
- MDCCXXV. 
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London : printed for James Holland, at the Bible and Ball in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCXXV. 
,xviii,46,p. ; 8⁰.
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