Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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a delivery at such time would be calculated to injur the womb common cases requi[r]e no help what was done was unnecesry mouth of the womb will be open in by Regular pain. not be opend as in this case witho[u]t force.— <​force​> would injure the parts. <​injuries​> reasonably refered to to the force. if things were wrong as stated by the Dr. woman would be likely to know it first. (Law read by Court. Swans Treaties 63)
(Court) what do you know . about this case? mouth womb open. before labor pains— & lacerated suppose it had been [p. [253]]
a delivery at such time would be calculated to injur the womb common cases require no help what was done was unnecesry mouth of the womb will be open by Regular pain. not be opend as in this case without force.— force would injure the parts. injuries reasonably refered to to the force. if things were wrong as stated by the Dr. woman would be likely to know it first. (Law read by Court. Swans Treaties 63)
(Court) what do you know . about this case? mouth womb open. before labor pains— & lacerated suppose it had been [p. [253]]
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