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A Complete Practice of Midwifery
Stone, Sarah
Published by printed for T. Cooper, London
Location of original: Countway Rare Books, Harvard University
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ness being only to be well instructed in her Profession: then with a good Resolution, and the Blessing of God, the needs not fear going through the most difficult part of her business, with as good success as I have done these five and thirty years. For I am well assured, that abundance of hard Labours are owing to the want of god judgMent in the first beginning of Travail.

Excuse me if I have been guilty of Prolixity, Tautology, or Cirmunlocation; my design in this Treatise being to instruct the meanest capacity, and not to meddle with those of Erudition, &c. I heartily wish what I have wrote to my Sisters Professors in the Art of Midwifery: and that

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