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The nurse's guide, and family assistant : containing friendly cautions to those who are in health : with ample directions to nurses and others, who attend the sick, women in child-bed, &c.

Johnson, Robert Wallace, 1719 or 1720-
Date
1818

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Publication/Creation

Philadelphia : Published by Anthony Finley, north east corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets ; A. Small, printer, 1818.

Edition

The second American edition, corrected--with an interesting appendix from "The Dublin Hospital reports.".

Physical description

xii, 13-180 pages ; 16 cm

Notes

With a half-title

First published in London in 1767 under title: Some friendly cautions to heads of families

Reissued in 1819 with imprint date changed in typeset

"Additional instructions for the nurses of a fever hospital ... taken from a medical report of the Hardwick Fever Hospital, by J. Cheyne ... and published in the first volume of the "Dublin hopsital reports"--P. 169-180

Signatures: A-P⁶

Film 633 reel 57 is part of Research Publications Early American Medical Imprints collection (RP reel 57, no. 1074). DNLM

Publications note

Shaw & Shoemaker 44471

Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints, 1074

Type/Technique

Language

  • English


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