The trial of a cause between Richard Maddox

Publication Date1754
RemainderGent. Plaintiff, and Dr. M----y, Defendant, Physician, and Man-Midwife, before Sir Michael Foster, Knt. One of the Justices of the King's-Bench. At Guildhall, London, March 2, 1754. By a Special Jury. in an Action upon the case, brought by the Plaintiff against the Defendant for promising and undertaking, and not performing his Office as a Man-Midwife in the Delivery of the Wife of Mr. Richard Maddox, the Plaintiff. With the Opinions of several Physicians and Man-Midwives upon the Case, as given in Evidence upon the Trial. Whereupon the Jury thought proper to give 1000l. Damage to the Plaintiff. To which will be added. Some extraordinary cases in Midwifry; extracted from the Writings of that very eminent Physician and Man-Midwife, Dr. Deventer, of Leyden
Publisherprinted for H. Jefferys, in Mercer's-Chaple, Cheapside, and sold at the Royal Exchange


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