1804.012: The Married Lady's Companion.
Full Title: The married lady's companion, or, Poor man's friend; In four parts. I. An address to the married lady, who is the mother of daughters. II. An address to the newly married lady. III. Some important hints to the midwife. IV. An essay on the management and common diseases of children.
Author: Jennings, Samuel K. (1771-1854).
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Thomas Nicolson
Description: 216 pgs.; 18 cm. (12mo).
Jennings was an accomplished physician and lay preacher in Methodist churches in the upper James River Valley; this title offers his first collection of published essays, here on obstetrics and pediatric medicine; his later published essays on religion and politics led to employment as an editor of the Lynchburg Press from 1809 to 1815. Text followed by notice [p. 206] that he would "keep a supply of such medicines as may suit the purchasers of this book. Apply at New London" (then his home base), a glossary, and an index. Imprint lacks date; Jennings entered a copyright for this work with the United States District Court for Eastern Virginia in January 1804, so the date assigned here.
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