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  1. The midwife's guide : being the complete works of Aristotle : beautifully illustrated. To which is added an appendix, explanatory of the illustrations, never before published.
    By: Aristotle, pseud. - Salmon, William,
    Publication info: New York :Published for the Trade,1845.
    Contributed by: Wellcome Library (archive.org)
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  2. The works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher, containing his complete masterpiece, displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man: to which is added, the family physician ... also his experienced midwife ... and his last legacy ...
    By: Aristotle, pseud.
    Edition: A new and improved edition, with engravings.
    Publication info: London,Printed for Miller, Law, and Carter,1830.
    Contributed by: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine (archive.org)
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  3. The works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher. In four parts. Part first. His complete master-piece, in two books. The first book displays the secrets of nature in the generation of man and the second book treats of the maladies incident to females, with proper remedies for their cure. To which is added, The family physician, being remedies for various distempers incident to the human body. Part second. His experienced midwife, in two books. Containing important information absolutely necessary for surgeons, midwives, nurses, and all child-bearing women. Part third. His book of problems, containing questions and answers relative to the state of man's body. Part fourth. His last legacy, unfolding the secrets of nature in the generation of man.
    By: Aristotle, pseud.
    Edition: A new and improved edition.
    Publication info: London,Printed for Cocker, Harris, and Finn, and sold by all booksellers[184-?].
    Contributed by: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine (archive.org)
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