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" I will now take leave to offer an Apology for not publishing the Secret I mention we have to extract Children without Hooks, where other Artists use them, viz. there being my Father and two Brothers living, that practise this Art, I cannot esteem it my... "
The Western Journal of Medicine - Page 561
edited by - 1867
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The library of medicine, arranged and ed. by A. Tweedie, Issue 230, Volume 6

Library - 1841 - 340 pages
...one or both with hooks." He thus apologises for not having divulged this secret : " there being my father and two brothers living that practise this...dispose of nor publish it without injury to them." Whether a work, entitled Midwife's Practice, by Hugh Chamberlaine, 1665, was by the translator of Mauriceau's...
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A System of midwifery

Edward Rigby - 1851 - 470 pages
...destroy, one or both with hooks." He thus apologizes for not having divulged the secret : "There being my father and two brothers living, that practise this...dispose of, nor publish it, without injury to them." Whether a work, entitled Midwife's Practice, by Hugh Chamberlen, 1665, was by the translator of Mauriceau's...
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Obstetrics: the science and the art

Charles Delucena Meigs - 1852 - 796 pages
...mention we have to extract children without hooks, where other artists use them, viz., there being my father and two brothers living, that practise this...think I have not been unserviceable to my own country, although I do but inform them that the fore-mentioned three persons of our family, and myself, can...
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Obstetrics, the science and the art

Charles Delucena Meigs - 1867 - 814 pages
...mention we have to extract children without hooks, where other artists use them, viz., there being my father and two brothers living, that practise this...dispose of, nor publish it without injury to them: and I think I have not been unserviceable to my own country, although I do but inform them that the fore-mentioned...
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Lehrbuch der Geburtshülfe

Hermann Franz Joseph Naegele - 1872 - 906 pages
...it." Als Entschuldigung, dass er das Geheimniss nicht veröffentlicht, führt er an: „There being my father and two brothers living that practise this art, I cannot esteem it my otcn to dispose of nor publigh it without injury to them." — Als Anhänger Jacob's III. musstc Hugh...
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A System of midwifery

William Leishman - 1873 - 856 pages
...destroy, one or both, with hooks." As a sort of apology for keeping it secret, he adds, " there being my father and two brothers living that practise this...dispose of nor publish it without injury to them." The political troubles of his time obliged Dr. Hugh Chamberlen, on two occasions at least, to fly the...
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A system of midwifery

William Leishman - 1873 - 764 pages
...apology for keeping it secret, he adds: "There being my father and two brothers living that practice this art, I cannot esteem it -my own to dispose of nor publish it without injury to them." The political troubles of his time obliged Dr. Hugh Chamberlen, on two occasions at least, to fly the...
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North Carolina Medical Journal, Volumes 5-6

1880 - 854 pages
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The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: 1518 to 1700

William Munk, Royal College of Physicians of London - 1878 - 522 pages
...mention we have to extract children without books where other artists use them ; viz. — there being my father and two brothers living that practise this art, I cannot esteem it my own to dispose of it nor publish it without injury to them and I think I have not been unserviceable to my own country,...
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Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 2

1880 - 598 pages
...hooks. When other artists use them, viz. there being my father and two brothers living that practice this art. I cannot esteem it my own to dispose of nor publis h it without injury to them ; and think I have not been unservicable to my own country, although...
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