Catalog Record: Obseruations diuerses sur la sterilite perte de fruict, foecondite, accouchements et maladies des femmes et enfants nouveaux naiz amplement traictees et heureusement praticquees | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Obseruations diuerses sur la sterilite perte de fruict, foecondite, accouchements et maladies des femmes et enfants nouveaux naiz amplement traictees et heureusement praticquees / par L. Bourgeois ... ; Oeuvre util et necessaire a toutes personnes ...

Main Author: Bourgeois, Louise 1563-1636.
Other Authors: Dehoury, Jean, (París)
Language(s): French
Published: A Paris : chez Iean Dechoury ..., [ca. 1630-1678]
Subjects: Women > Diseases > Early works to 1800.
Mujeres > Enfermedades > Obras anteriores a 1800.
Physical Description: [20], 158, [6] p. ; il. ; 8º
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