1856. Item #79885
CLAY, Charles. THE COMPLETE HANDBOOK OF OBSTETRIC SURGERY: OR, SHORT RULES OF PRACTICE IN EVERY EMERGENCY, FROM THE SIMPLEST TO THE MOST FORMIDABLE OPERATIONS CONNECTED WITH THE SCIENCE OF OBSTETRICS. London: Henry Renshaw, 1856. xi +  + 290 pp. + 2 pp. publisher's advertising. 12mo., brown cloth with blindstamped publisher's name and decorative border. Ex-library with usual markings. Backstrip missing, boards and front endpaper through half-title detached. As is. (GM, citing 6054, Clay's "Observations on ovariotomy..." notes that Clay was the "most eminent oviarotomist in Great Britain," with an exceptionally low mortality rate for the time.) Quite scarce.