Midwives -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The cruel midwife. [electronic resource] : Being a true account of a most sad and lamentable discovery that has been lately made in the village of Poplar in the parish of Stepney. At the house of one Madame Compton alias Norman a midwife, wherein has been discovered many children that have been murdered ... : Also an account of the seizing or apprehending, behaviour, and commitment to Newgate, the midwife, on the account of murthering these infants.
Midwives -- France -- Paris -- Early works to 1800. : The murderous midwife, with her roasted punishment [electronic resource] : being a true and full relation of a midwife that was put into an iron cage with sixteen wild-cats, and so roasted to death, by hanging over a fire, for having found in her house-of-office no less than sixty two children, at Paris in France.
Midwives -- Georgia. : Folks do get born [electronic resource] / [by] Marie Campbell ; illustrated by Clare Leighton.
Midwives -- London -- Early works to 1800. : An enquiry into the merits of these two important questions: I. Whether women with child ought to prefer the assistance of their own sex to that of men-midwives? II. Whether the assistance of men-midwives is contrary to decency [electronic resource] : ... in answer to a late extraordinary publication, ... By Louis Lapeyre, ... = Examen succinct de ces deux questions importantes: ... pour repondre ̀a une publication extraordinaire, ... par Louis Lapeyre, ...
Midwives -- Morocco. : Curanderismo, maalem hay-yam, kablatz, supersticiones : disertación pronunciada en el cursillo para médicos de la zona en Tetuán, el día 27 de mayo de 1940 / por José Pachón Carrillo.
Midwives -- Netherlands. : Successful home birth and midwifery : the Dutch model / edited by Eva Abraham-Van der Mark ; foreword by Brigitte Jordan.