APA Citation

Chamberlayne, T., & Boursier, L. B. (1656). The compleat midwifes practice: In the most weighty and high concernments of the birth of man. Containing perfect rules for midwifes and nurses, as also for women in their conception, bearing, and nursing of children: from the experience not onely of our English, but also the most accomplisht and absolute practicers among the French, Spanish, Italian, and other nations. A work so plain, that the weakest capacity may easily attain the knowledge of the whole art. With instructions of the midwife to the Queen of France (given to her daughter a little before her death) touching the practice of the said art. London,: Printed for Nathaniel Brooke at the Angell in Cornhill..

Chicago Style Citation

Chamberlayne, Thomas., and Louise Bourgeois Boursier. The Compleat Midwifes Practice: In the Most Weighty and High Concernments of the Birth of Man. Containing Perfect Rules for Midwifes and Nurses, As Also for Women in Their Conception, Bearing, and Nursing of Children: From the Experience Not Onely of Our English, but Also the Most Accomplisht and Absolute Practicers Among the French, Spanish, Italian, and Other Nations. A Work so Plain, That the Weakest Capacity May Easily Attain the Knowledge of the Whole Art. With Instructions of the Midwife to the Queen of France (given to Her Daughter a Little Before Her Death) Touching the Practice of the Said Art. London,: Printed for Nathaniel Brooke at the Angell in Cornhill., 1656.

MLA Citation

Chamberlayne, Thomas., and Louise Bourgeois Boursier. The Compleat Midwifes Practice: In the Most Weighty and High Concernments of the Birth of Man. Containing Perfect Rules for Midwifes and Nurses, As Also for Women in Their Conception, Bearing, and Nursing of Children: From the Experience Not Onely of Our English, but Also the Most Accomplisht and Absolute Practicers Among the French, Spanish, Italian, and Other Nations. A Work so Plain, That the Weakest Capacity May Easily Attain the Knowledge of the Whole Art. With Instructions of the Midwife to the Queen of France (given to Her Daughter a Little Before Her Death) Touching the Practice of the Said Art. London,: Printed for Nathaniel Brooke at the Angell in Cornhill., 1656.

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