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Aristotle - Aristotle's Works Compleated in Four Parts. Containing: I The Compleat Master-Piece Displacing the Secrets of Nature in the Generation of Man; II His Compleat and Experienced Midwife etc.

Ware, Hitch and Hodges, London, 1749. Early Edition, Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Leather covers are rubbed, wear at head of spine, sound binding, clean pages. Four parts in one binding, frontises and illustrations. Aristotle's Works Compleated in Four Parts. Containing: I The Compleat Master-Piece Displacing the Secrets of Nature in the Generation of Man. Regularly digested into Chapters and Sections, rendering it far more useful and easy than any yet extant. To which is added, A Treasure of Health or The Family Physician, Being Choice and Approved Remedies for all the several Distempers incident to Human Bodies. The Twenty-Fifth Edition, 1753. Double sided frontis and vignette illustrations. 144 pages. II His Compleat and Experienced Midwife In Two Parts. I. Guide for the Child-Bearing Women, In the Time of their Conception, Bearing ans Suckling, with the best Means of Helping them, both in Natural and Unnatural Labours: Together with suuitable Remedies for the various Indispositions of New-born Infants. II. Proper and safe Remedies for the Curing all those Distempers that are incident to the Female Sex and more especially those that are any Obstruction to their Bearing of Children. A Work far more perfect than any yet Extant, and highly Necessary for all Surgeons, Midwives, Nurses, and Child-bearing Women. Made English by W-S-, MD, the Tenth Edition, London. Frontis, fold-out plate, 156 pages. Contents list for Parts I and II. Aristotle's Book of Problems, with other Astronomers, Astrologers, Physicians and Philosophers, Wherein is contain'd divers Questions and Answers Touching the State of Man's Body. Together with The Reasons of divers Wonders in the Crearion: The Generation of Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects; and many other Problems on the most weighty Matters, by Way of Question and Answer. The Twenty-sixth Edition, London, 1749, 152 pages. Frontis. Lower corners (margins) of pages 25-28 are missing and short tears across upper corners . Aristotle's Last Legacy, Unfolding the Mysteries of Nature In the Generation of Man: Treating I Of Virginity, Its Signs and Tokens, and how a Man may know whether he married a Virgin or not. II Of the Organs of Generation in Women with a Description of the Fabrick of the Womb. III Of the Use and Actions og Genitals in the Work of generation; IV Of Conception, and how to know whether a Woman has conciev'd, and whether of a Male or Female. V Of the Pleasure and Advantage: with the unhappy Consequences of unequal Matches, and Miseries of Unlawful Love. VI Of Barrenness. with Remedy against it: and the signs of Insufficiency, both in Men and Women. VII Directions to both Sexes how to manage themselves in the Act of Coition, or their Venereal Embraces. VIII A Vade Mercum for Midwives and Nurses taining particular Directions for the faithful Discharge of their several Employments. IX Excellent Remedies against all Diseases incident to Virgins and Child-Bearing Women: Fitted for the Use of Midwives, Nurses and all such Persons only as concerned in these Matters. London, Printed for R Ware on Ludgate-Hill, C Hitch in Pater-noster-Row and J Hodges on London-Bridge. 1749. Frontis, 113 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 15018031087. ISBN: 071513700X
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