Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
CLARK, Sir Arthur 1778-1857
- Mother's medical assistant
The mother's medical assistant, containing instructions for the prevention and treatment of the diseases of infants and children. By Sir Arthur Clarke, M.D. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of London, surgeon and agent to His Majesty's sick and wounded seamen and marines at Dublin, to St. George's Dispensary and House of Recovery, etc.; and author of "An essay on bathing".
16.0 x 9.5 cm Pp [i-iii] iv [v] vi-x [xi] xii  2-148 [i-viii]
GB: LB *OB
Although mainly dealing with the diseases of children, some more general chapters on child care are included in the book.
[Second edition, 1828]
The NUCat lists a second edition with a slightly different title, "The young mother's assistant; or, a practical guide for the prevention and treatment of the diseases of infants and children' as published London: H. Colburn 1828.
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