Nurses," recently issued by Dr. Churchill, believing that the details there presented can hardly fail to prove of advantage to the junior practitioner. The result of all these additions is that the work now contains fully one-half more matter than the... A System of Midwifery - Pagina 9door Edward Rigby - 1851 - 422 pagina’sVolledige weergave - Over dit boek
| Blanchard & Lea, Philadelphia - 1860 - 80 pagina’s
...Nurses," recently issued by Ur Churchill, believing that the details there presented can hardly fail **to prove of advantage to the junior practitioner....the last American edition, with nearly one-half more** illustration.-, so that notwithstanding the use of a smaller type, the volume contains about two hundred... | |
| Charles West - 1861 - 483 pagina’s
...little "Manual for Midwivcs and Nurses," recently is-ued by Dr. Churchill, believing1 that the delails **there presented can hardly fuil to prove of advantage...contains almost two hundred pages more than before. No** eflVirt has been spared to secure au improvement in the mechanical execution of the work equal to that... | |
| Freeman Josiah Bumstead - 1861 - 686 pagina’s
...that the details there presented can hardly fail to prove of advantage to the junior practitioner. Tne **result of all these additions is that the work now...edition, with nearly one-half more illustrations, so** lhat notwithstanding the use of a smaller type, the volume contains almost two hundred pages more than... | |
| Richard Barwell - 1861 - 469 pagina’s
...that the details there presented can hardly fail to prove nf advantage to the junior practitioner. Tne **result of all these additions is that the work now...the last American edition, with nearly one-half more** iliu<tnUions, so that notwithstanding the use of a smaller lype, the volume contains almost two hundred... | |
| Daniel Denison Slade - 1861 - 85 pagina’s
...all these additions is that the work now eontains fully one-half more matter than the last Ameriean **edition, with nearly one-half more illustrations,...notwithstanding the use of a smaller type, the volume** eontains almost two hundred pages more than before. No effort has been spared to seeure an improvement... | |
| Freeman Josiah Bumstead - 1861 - 686 pagina’s
...advantage to the junior practitioner. Ttie result o,f nil these additions is that the work now contain* **fully one-half more matter than the last American edition, with nearly one-half more** illustration*, so that notwithstanding the use of a smaller type, the volume contains almost two hundred... | |
| Andrew Whyte Barclay - 1862 - 451 pagina’s
...lhal the details there presented can hardly (ail to prove of advantage to the junior practitioner. Tne **result of all these additions is that the work now contains fully one-half more matter than** ike last American edition, with nearly one-half more illustrations, so that notwithstanding the use... | |
| Sir Erasmus Wilson - 1863 - 694 pagina’s
...hardly fail to prove of advantage to the junior practitioner. Tne result of all these additions rs **that the work now contains fully one-half more matter...secure an improvement in the mechanical execution** ol the work equal to that which the text has received, and the volume is confidently presented as one... | |
| William Thomas Brande, Alfred Swaine Taylor - 1863 - 696 pagina’s
...that the details there presented can hardly fail to prove of advantage to the junior practitioner. Tne **result of all these additions is that the work now...edition, with nearly one-half more illustrations, so** lhat notwithstanding the use of a smaller type, the volume contains almost two hundred pages more than... | |
| Thomas Wharton Jones - 1863 - 455 pagina’s
...the details there presented can hardly fail to prove ot advantage to the junior practitioner. 1 ne **result of all these additions is that the work now...the last American edition, with nearly one-half more** illnstrations, so that notwithstanding the nse of a smaller type, the volume contains almost two hundred... | |
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