The Physical Life of Woman: Advice to the Maiden, Wife and Mother
Free

The Physical Life of Woman: Advice to the Maiden, Wife and Mother

By George H. (George Henry) Napheys
Free
Book Description
Table of Contents
  • THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN: ADVICE TO THE MAIDEN, WIFE AND MOTHER.
    • PUBLISHERS' NOTICE.
      • SYNOPSIS OF THE BOOK.
    • SYNOPSIS OF THE BOOK.
  • the Physical Life of Woman: advice to the MAIDEN, WIFE AND MOTHER.
    • by
    • GEORGE H. NAPHEYS, A. M., M. D.
      • “Je veux qu'une femme ait des clartes de tout.”—Molière.
        • WITH THE FINAL CORRECTIONS OF THE AUTHOR, AND A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
        • PHILADELPHIA: DAVID McKAY, PUBLISHER, 23 SOUTH NINTH STREET. 1889.
      • WITH THE FINAL CORRECTIONS OF THE AUTHOR, AND A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
      • PHILADELPHIA: DAVID McKAY, PUBLISHER, 23 SOUTH NINTH STREET. 1889.
    • “Je veux qu'une femme ait des clartes de tout.”—Molière.
      • WITH THE FINAL CORRECTIONS OF THE AUTHOR, AND A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
      • PHILADELPHIA: DAVID McKAY, PUBLISHER, 23 SOUTH NINTH STREET. 1889.
    • WITH THE FINAL CORRECTIONS OF THE AUTHOR, AND A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH.
    • PHILADELPHIA: DAVID McKAY, PUBLISHER, 23 SOUTH NINTH STREET. 1889.
    • EDITOR'S PREFACE.
    • PREFACE TO THE SECOND STEREOTYPE EDITION.
    • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
    • BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF GEORGE HENRY NAPHEYS, M.D.
    • CONTENTS.
  • THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN.
    • KNOWLEDGE IS SAFETY.
      • THE DISTINCTION OF THE SEXES.
      • PERSONS OF BOTH SEXES AND OF NEITHER SEX.
      • THE SPHERE OF WOMAN.
    • THE DISTINCTION OF THE SEXES.
    • PERSONS OF BOTH SEXES AND OF NEITHER SEX.
    • THE SPHERE OF WOMAN.
    • THE MAIDEN.
      • PUBERTY.
      • WHAT IS THE AGE OF PUBERTY?
      • WHAT HASTENS AND WHAT RETARDS PUBERTY?
      • THE CHANGES IT WORKS.
      • MENTAL CHANGES.
      • THE COMPLETION OF PUBERTY.
      • THE DANGERS OF PUBERTY.
      • GREEN SICKNESS.
      • HYSTERICS.
      • SECRET BAD HABITS.
      • THE HYGIENE OF PUBERTY.
      • PRECAUTIONS DURING THE MONTHLY CHANGES.
      • PRECAUTIONS IN THE INTERVALS OF THE MONTHLY CHANGES.
      • WHEN THE CHANGES ARE DELAYED.
      • WHEN THE CHANGES ARE PAINFUL.
      • THE AGE OF NUBILITY.
    • PUBERTY.
    • WHAT IS THE AGE OF PUBERTY?
    • WHAT HASTENS AND WHAT RETARDS PUBERTY?
    • THE CHANGES IT WORKS.
    • MENTAL CHANGES.
    • THE COMPLETION OF PUBERTY.
    • THE DANGERS OF PUBERTY.
    • GREEN SICKNESS.
    • HYSTERICS.
    • SECRET BAD HABITS.
    • THE HYGIENE OF PUBERTY.
    • PRECAUTIONS DURING THE MONTHLY CHANGES.
    • PRECAUTIONS IN THE INTERVALS OF THE MONTHLY CHANGES.
    • WHEN THE CHANGES ARE DELAYED.
    • WHEN THE CHANGES ARE PAINFUL.
    • THE AGE OF NUBILITY.
    • LOVE.
      • ITS POWER ON HUMANITY.
      • WHAT IS LOVE?
      • LOVE IS A NECESSITY.
      • LOVE IS ETERNAL.
      • OF SECOND MARRIAGES.
      • OF DIVORCE.
      • OF A PLURALITY OF WIVES OR HUSBANDS.
      • COURTSHIP.
      • LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.
      • HOW TO CHOOSE A HUSBAND.
      • SHALL COUSINS MARRY?
      • THE MIXTURE OF RACES.
      • SHOULD NATIVE WOMEN MARRY FOREIGNERS?
      • THE AGE OF THE HUSBAND.
      • WHAT SHOULD BE HIS TEMPERAMENT?
      • THE MORAL AND MENTAL CHARACTER.
      • THE SYMBOLISM OF THE HUMAN BODY.
      • THE ENGAGEMENT.
      • CONCERNING LONG ENGAGEMENTS.
      • THE RIGHT TIME OF YEAR TO MARRY.
      • THE RIGHT TIME IN THE MONTH TO MARRY.
      • THE WEDDING TOUR.
    • ITS POWER ON HUMANITY.
    • WHAT IS LOVE?
    • LOVE IS A NECESSITY.
    • LOVE IS ETERNAL.
    • OF SECOND MARRIAGES.
    • OF DIVORCE.
    • OF A PLURALITY OF WIVES OR HUSBANDS.
    • COURTSHIP.
    • LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.
    • HOW TO CHOOSE A HUSBAND.
    • SHALL COUSINS MARRY?
    • THE MIXTURE OF RACES.
    • SHOULD NATIVE WOMEN MARRY FOREIGNERS?
    • THE AGE OF THE HUSBAND.
    • WHAT SHOULD BE HIS TEMPERAMENT?
    • THE MORAL AND MENTAL CHARACTER.
    • THE SYMBOLISM OF THE HUMAN BODY.
    • THE ENGAGEMENT.
    • CONCERNING LONG ENGAGEMENTS.
    • THE RIGHT TIME OF YEAR TO MARRY.
    • THE RIGHT TIME IN THE MONTH TO MARRY.
    • THE WEDDING TOUR.
    • THE WIFE.
      • THE WEDDING NIGHT.
      • SHALL HUSBAND AND WIFE OCCUPY THE SAME ROOM AND BED?
      • WHAT KIND OF BED IS MOST HEALTHFUL?
      • THE DIGNITY AND PROPRIETY OF THE SEXUAL INSTINCT.
      • ON THE INDULGENCE AND THE RESTRAINT OF SEXUAL DESIRE.
      • TIMES WHEN MARITAL RELATIONS SHOULD BE SUSPENDED.
      • CONDITIONS WHEN MARITAL RELATIONS ARE PAINFUL.
      • STERILITY.
      • ADVICE TO WIVES WHO DESIRE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
      • ON THE LIMITATION OF OFFSPRING.
      • THE CRIME OF ABORTION.
      • NATURE OF CONCEPTION.
      • SIGNS OF FRUITFUL CONJUNCTION.
      • HOW TO RETAIN THE AFFECTIONS OF A HUSBAND.
    • THE WEDDING NIGHT.
    • SHALL HUSBAND AND WIFE OCCUPY THE SAME ROOM AND BED?
    • WHAT KIND OF BED IS MOST HEALTHFUL?
    • THE DIGNITY AND PROPRIETY OF THE SEXUAL INSTINCT.
    • ON THE INDULGENCE AND THE RESTRAINT OF SEXUAL DESIRE.
    • TIMES WHEN MARITAL RELATIONS SHOULD BE SUSPENDED.
    • CONDITIONS WHEN MARITAL RELATIONS ARE PAINFUL.
    • STERILITY.
    • ADVICE TO WIVES WHO DESIRE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
    • ON THE LIMITATION OF OFFSPRING.
    • THE CRIME OF ABORTION.
    • NATURE OF CONCEPTION.
    • SIGNS OF FRUITFUL CONJUNCTION.
    • HOW TO RETAIN THE AFFECTIONS OF A HUSBAND.
    • INHERITANCE.
      • BEAUTY.
      • NECK AND LIMBS.
      • COMPLEXION.
      • PHYSICAL QUALITIES TRANSMITTED BY EACH PARENT.
      • HAIR.
      • TEMPERAMENT.
      • FERTILITY.
      • LONGEVITY.
      • DEFORMITIES.
      • PERSONAL PECULIARITIES.
      • HOW TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN.
      • INHERITANCE OF TALENT AND GENIUS.
      • INFLUENCE OF FATHERS OVER DAUGHTERS; OF MOTHERS OVER SONS.
      • INFLUENCE Of EDUCATION OVER INHERITED QUALITIES.
      • TRANSMISSION OF DISEASE.
      • ARE MUTILATIONS INHERITABLE?
      • LATE MANIFESTATIONS OF THE EFFECTS OF INHERITANCE.
      • HOW TO AVOID THE TENDENCY OF INHERITANCE.
      • WHY ARE WOMEN REDUNDANT?
      • CAN THE SEXES BE PRODUCED AT WILL?
      • TWIN-BEARING.
      • WHY ARE TWINS BORN?
      • INFLUENCE OF TWIN-BEARING ON SIZE OF FAMILIES.
      • MORE THAN TWO CHILDREN AT A BIRTH.
      • THREE AT A BIRTH.
      • FOUR AT A BIRTH.
      • FIVE AT A BIRTH.
      • INCREDIBLE NUMBERS.
    • BEAUTY.
    • NECK AND LIMBS.
    • COMPLEXION.
    • PHYSICAL QUALITIES TRANSMITTED BY EACH PARENT.
    • HAIR.
    • TEMPERAMENT.
    • FERTILITY.
    • LONGEVITY.
    • DEFORMITIES.
    • PERSONAL PECULIARITIES.
    • HOW TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN.
    • INHERITANCE OF TALENT AND GENIUS.
    • INFLUENCE OF FATHERS OVER DAUGHTERS; OF MOTHERS OVER SONS.
    • INFLUENCE Of EDUCATION OVER INHERITED QUALITIES.
    • TRANSMISSION OF DISEASE.
    • ARE MUTILATIONS INHERITABLE?
    • LATE MANIFESTATIONS OF THE EFFECTS OF INHERITANCE.
    • HOW TO AVOID THE TENDENCY OF INHERITANCE.
    • WHY ARE WOMEN REDUNDANT?
    • CAN THE SEXES BE PRODUCED AT WILL?
    • TWIN-BEARING.
    • WHY ARE TWINS BORN?
    • INFLUENCE OF TWIN-BEARING ON SIZE OF FAMILIES.
    • MORE THAN TWO CHILDREN AT A BIRTH.
    • THREE AT A BIRTH.
    • FOUR AT A BIRTH.
    • FIVE AT A BIRTH.
    • INCREDIBLE NUMBERS.
    • PREGNANCY
      • VENERATION FOR THE PREGNANT.
      • SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF PREGNANCY.
      • MISCARRIAGE.
      • MOTHER'S MARKS.
      • EDUCATION OF THE CHILD IN THE WOMB.
      • CAN A WOMAN BECOME AGAIN PREGNANT DURING PREGNANCY?
      • MORAL ASPECTS OF THIS QUESTION.
      • CAN A CHILD CRY IN THE WOMB?
      • IS IT A SON OR DAUGHTER?
      • ARE THERE TWINS PRESENT?
      • LENGTH OF PREGNANCY.
      • CAUSES OF PROTRACTED PREGNANCY.
      • HOW TO CALCULATE THE TIME OF EXPECTED LABOR.
      • CARE OF HEALTH DURING PREGNANCY.
      • FOOD.
      • CLOTHING.
      • EXERCISE.
      • BATHING.
      • VENTILATION.
      • SLEEP.
      • THE MIND.
      • RELATION OF HUSBAND AND WIFE DURING PREGNANCY.
      • EFFECT OF PREGNANCY ON HEALTH.
    • VENERATION FOR THE PREGNANT.
    • SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF PREGNANCY.
    • MISCARRIAGE.
    • MOTHER'S MARKS.
    • EDUCATION OF THE CHILD IN THE WOMB.
    • CAN A WOMAN BECOME AGAIN PREGNANT DURING PREGNANCY?
    • MORAL ASPECTS OF THIS QUESTION.
    • CAN A CHILD CRY IN THE WOMB?
    • IS IT A SON OR DAUGHTER?
    • ARE THERE TWINS PRESENT?
    • LENGTH OF PREGNANCY.
    • CAUSES OF PROTRACTED PREGNANCY.
    • HOW TO CALCULATE THE TIME OF EXPECTED LABOR.
    • CARE OF HEALTH DURING PREGNANCY.
    • FOOD.
    • CLOTHING.
    • EXERCISE.
    • BATHING.
    • VENTILATION.
    • SLEEP.
    • THE MIND.
    • RELATION OF HUSBAND AND WIFE DURING PREGNANCY.
    • EFFECT OF PREGNANCY ON HEALTH.
    • CONFINEMENT.
      • PREPARATIONS FOR CHILDBIRTH.
      • SIGNS OF APPROACHING LABOR.
      • THE SYMPTOMS OF ACTUAL LABOR
      • CAUSE OF LABOR.
      • CARE DURING LABOR.
      • HINTS TO ATTENDANTS.
      • ATTENTION TO THE MOTHER.
      • ATTENTION TO THE CHILD.
      • FURTHER ATTENTION TO THE MOTHER.
      • TO HAVE LABOR WITHOUT PAIN.
      • MORTALITY OF CHILDBED.
      • WEIGHT AND LENGTH OF NEW-BORN CHILDREN
      • DURATION OF LABOR.
      • STILL-BIRTHS.
      • IMPRUDENCE AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
      • TO PRESERVE THE FORM AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR CHILDBIRTH.
    • SIGNS OF APPROACHING LABOR.
    • THE SYMPTOMS OF ACTUAL LABOR
    • CAUSE OF LABOR.
    • CARE DURING LABOR.
    • HINTS TO ATTENDANTS.
    • ATTENTION TO THE MOTHER.
    • ATTENTION TO THE CHILD.
    • FURTHER ATTENTION TO THE MOTHER.
    • TO HAVE LABOR WITHOUT PAIN.
    • MORTALITY OF CHILDBED.
    • WEIGHT AND LENGTH OF NEW-BORN CHILDREN
    • DURATION OF LABOR.
    • STILL-BIRTHS.
    • IMPRUDENCE AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
    • TO PRESERVE THE FORM AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
    • THE MOTHER.
      • MATERNAL DUTIES AND PRIVILEGES.
      • NURSING.
      • HINDRANCES TO NURSING, AND WHEN IT IS IMPROPER.
      • RULES FOR NURSING.
      • INFLUENCE OF DIET ON THE MOTHER'S MILK.
      • INFLUENCE OF PREGNANCY ON THE MILK.
      • INFLUENCE OF THE MOTHER'S MIND OVER THE NURSING CHILD.
      • POSITION OF THE MOTHER WHILE NURSING.
      • QUANTITY OF MILK REQUIRED BY THE INFANT.
      • THE QUALITIES OF A GOOD NURSING MOTHER
      • OVER-ABUNDANCE OF MILK.
      • SCANTINESS OF MILK.
      • WET-NURSING BY VIRGINS, AGED WOMEN, AND MEN.
      • RULES FOR CARE OF HEALTH WHILE NURSING.
      • RELATIONS OF HUSBAND AND WIFE DURING NURSING.
      • SIGNS OF OVER-NURSING.
      • DIRECTIONS FOR MOTHERS WHO CANNOT NURSE THEIR OWN CHILDREN.
      • HOW TO SELECT A WET-NURSE.
    • MATERNAL DUTIES AND PRIVILEGES.
    • NURSING.
    • HINDRANCES TO NURSING, AND WHEN IT IS IMPROPER.
    • RULES FOR NURSING.
    • INFLUENCE OF DIET ON THE MOTHER'S MILK.
    • INFLUENCE OF PREGNANCY ON THE MILK.
    • INFLUENCE OF THE MOTHER'S MIND OVER THE NURSING CHILD.
    • POSITION OF THE MOTHER WHILE NURSING.
    • QUANTITY OF MILK REQUIRED BY THE INFANT.
    • THE QUALITIES OF A GOOD NURSING MOTHER
    • OVER-ABUNDANCE OF MILK.
    • SCANTINESS OF MILK.
    • WET-NURSING BY VIRGINS, AGED WOMEN, AND MEN.
    • RULES FOR CARE OF HEALTH WHILE NURSING.
    • RELATIONS OF HUSBAND AND WIFE DURING NURSING.
    • SIGNS OF OVER-NURSING.
    • DIRECTIONS FOR MOTHERS WHO CANNOT NURSE THEIR OWN CHILDREN.
    • HOW TO SELECT A WET-NURSE.
    • THE CHILD.
      • THE CARE OF INFANCY.
      • CAUSES OF INFANT MORTALITY.
      • BRINGING UP BY HAND.
      • WEANING.
      • TEETHING.
      • APPEARANCE OF THE PERMANENT TEETH.
      • VACCINATION.
      • RE-VACCINATION.
      • GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT.
      • THE FOOD OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN.
      • THE POSITION OF THE CHILD WHEN FED.
      • CONCERNING SLEEP IN EARLY LIFE.
      • THE CLOTHING OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN.
      • THE BATHING OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN.
      • AIR AND VENTILATION IN CHILDHOOD.
      • EXERCISE IN CHILDHOOD.
      • LEARNING TO WALK.
      • ADVANTAGES OF GAMES AND PLAYS.
      • IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING CHILDREN HYGIENIC HABITS.
      • ON THE TRAINING OF THE SPECIAL SENSES.
      • THE TRAINING OF THE SENSE OF SIGHT.
      • TO PREVENT NEAR-SIGHTEDNESS.
      • THE EDUCATION OF THE SENSE OF HEARING.
    • THE CARE OF INFANCY.
    • CAUSES OF INFANT MORTALITY.
    • BRINGING UP BY HAND.
    • WEANING.
    • TEETHING.
    • APPEARANCE OF THE PERMANENT TEETH.
    • VACCINATION.
    • RE-VACCINATION.
    • GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT.
    • THE FOOD OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN.
    • THE POSITION OF THE CHILD WHEN FED.
    • CONCERNING SLEEP IN EARLY LIFE.
    • THE CLOTHING OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN.
    • THE BATHING OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN.
    • AIR AND VENTILATION IN CHILDHOOD.
    • EXERCISE IN CHILDHOOD.
    • LEARNING TO WALK.
    • ADVANTAGES OF GAMES AND PLAYS.
    • IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING CHILDREN HYGIENIC HABITS.
    • ON THE TRAINING OF THE SPECIAL SENSES.
    • THE TRAINING OF THE SENSE OF SIGHT.
    • TO PREVENT NEAR-SIGHTEDNESS.
    • THE EDUCATION OF THE SENSE OF HEARING.
    • HOME MANAGEMENT OF SOME COMMON DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
      • CROUP.
      • HEAD COLDS.
      • FITS.
      • NOSE-BLEED.
      • WORMS.
      • BED-WETTING.
      • LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS.
      • INDIGESTION.
      • HINTS ON HOME GOVERNMENT.
      • IS THE RACE DEGENERATING?
    • CROUP.
    • HEAD COLDS.
    • FITS.
    • NOSE-BLEED.
    • WORMS.
    • BED-WETTING.
    • LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS.
    • INDIGESTION.
    • HINTS ON HOME GOVERNMENT.
    • IS THE RACE DEGENERATING?
    • HEALTH IN MARRIAGE.
      • THE PERILS OF MATERNITY.
      • DISEASES OF PREGNANCY.
      • MORNING SICKNESS.
      • VARICOSE VEINS.
      • PILES.
      • DIARRHŒA.
      • CONSTIPATION.
      • COUGH.
      • WAKEFULNESS.
      • DISEASES OF CHILDBED.
      • PUERPERAL MANIA.
      • THE IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTION.
      • WHITE-FLOWING.
      • MILK-LEG.
      • INWARD WEAKNESS.
      • CAUSES WHICH ARE AVOIDABLE.
      • OTHER CAUSES OF INWARD WEAKNESS.
      • TIGHT LACING.
      • THE HYGIENIC TREATMENT OF INWARD WEAKNESS.
      • INJECTIONS AND IRRIGATIONS
      • GATHERED BREASTS.
    • THE PERILS OF MATERNITY.
    • DISEASES OF PREGNANCY.
    • MORNING SICKNESS.
    • VARICOSE VEINS.
    • PILES.
    • DIARRHŒA.
    • CONSTIPATION.
    • COUGH.
    • WAKEFULNESS.
    • DISEASES OF CHILDBED.
    • PUERPERAL MANIA.
    • THE IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTION.
    • WHITE-FLOWING.
    • MILK-LEG.
    • INWARD WEAKNESS.
    • CAUSES WHICH ARE AVOIDABLE.
    • OTHER CAUSES OF INWARD WEAKNESS.
    • TIGHT LACING.
    • THE HYGIENIC TREATMENT OF INWARD WEAKNESS.
    • INJECTIONS AND IRRIGATIONS
    • GATHERED BREASTS.
    • THE SINGLE LIFE.
    • THE CHANGE OF LIFE.
      • SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS.
      • EFFECTS ON THE CHARACTER.
      • THOSE WHO SUFFER MOST.
      • DISEASES AND DISCOMFORTS.
      • PRECAUTIONS AND REMEDIES.
    • SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS.
    • EFFECTS ON THE CHARACTER.
    • THOSE WHO SUFFER MOST.
    • DISEASES AND DISCOMFORTS.
    • PRECAUTIONS AND REMEDIES.
    • NOTES.
    • INDEX.
    • TESTIMONIALS
      • OF
      • EMINENT MEN AND OF THE PRESS
        • TO THE
      • TO THE
    • OF
    • EMINENT MEN AND OF THE PRESS
      • TO THE
    • TO THE
    • PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN
      • AND ITS AUTHOR.
        • FROM WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, M.D.,
        • FROM REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
        • FROM REV. HORACE BUSHNELL, D.D.
        • FROM HARVEY L. BYRD, M.D.,
        • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM EDWIN M. SNOW, M.D., OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
        • FROM REV. GEORGE ALEX. CROOKE, D.D., D.C.L.
        • OPINION OF LLOYD P. SMITH, Esq.
        • OPINION OF S. W. BUTLER, M.D.
        • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM JOHN H. GRISCOM, M.D.
        • FROM THE NATIONAL BAPTIST, PHILA., DEC. 30, 1869
        • OPINION OF MRS. R. B. GLEASON, M.D.
        • FROM PROFESSOR JOHN S. HART, LL.D.
        • OPINION OF MARK HOPKINS, D.D., LL.D.,
        • FROM THE N. Y. EVANGELIST, NOV. 18, 1869.
        • OPINION OF DR. R. SHELTON MACKENZIE.
        • LETTER RECEIVED FROM REV. GEO. BRINGHURST,
        • FROM H. N. EASTMAN, M.D.,
        • EDITORIAL FROM PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER.
        • FROM THE NASHVILLE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY FOR NOVEMBER, 1869.
        • FROM THE MEDICAL RECORD, NEW YORK, JAN. 15, 1870.
        • FROM THE NEW YORK MEDICAL GAZETTE, JAN. 8, 1870.
        • FROM THE BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL, NOV. 25, 1869.
        • FROM THE CHICAGO MEDICAL EXAMINER OF NOV. 1869.
        • FROM THE METHODIST HOME JOURNAL, DEC. 4, 1860.
        • FROM THE PRESBYTERIAN, OF PHILADELPHIA, DEC. 4, '69.
        • FROM THE NEW YORK CHRISTIAN UNION, JAN. 8, 1870.
        • FROM THE PHILA. EVENING TELEGRAPH, OCT. 6, 1869.
        • FROM THE INDEPENDENT, NEW YORK, NOV. 11, 1869.
        • FROM REV. HENRY CLAY TRUMBULL,
        • FROM THE REV. W. H. H. MURRAY,
      • FROM WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, M.D.,
      • FROM REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
      • FROM REV. HORACE BUSHNELL, D.D.
      • FROM HARVEY L. BYRD, M.D.,
      • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM EDWIN M. SNOW, M.D., OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
      • FROM REV. GEORGE ALEX. CROOKE, D.D., D.C.L.
      • OPINION OF LLOYD P. SMITH, Esq.
      • OPINION OF S. W. BUTLER, M.D.
      • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM JOHN H. GRISCOM, M.D.
      • FROM THE NATIONAL BAPTIST, PHILA., DEC. 30, 1869
      • OPINION OF MRS. R. B. GLEASON, M.D.
      • FROM PROFESSOR JOHN S. HART, LL.D.
      • OPINION OF MARK HOPKINS, D.D., LL.D.,
      • FROM THE N. Y. EVANGELIST, NOV. 18, 1869.
      • OPINION OF DR. R. SHELTON MACKENZIE.
      • LETTER RECEIVED FROM REV. GEO. BRINGHURST,
      • FROM H. N. EASTMAN, M.D.,
      • EDITORIAL FROM PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER.
      • FROM THE NASHVILLE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY FOR NOVEMBER, 1869.
      • FROM THE MEDICAL RECORD, NEW YORK, JAN. 15, 1870.
      • FROM THE NEW YORK MEDICAL GAZETTE, JAN. 8, 1870.
      • FROM THE BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL, NOV. 25, 1869.
      • FROM THE CHICAGO MEDICAL EXAMINER OF NOV. 1869.
      • FROM THE METHODIST HOME JOURNAL, DEC. 4, 1860.
      • FROM THE PRESBYTERIAN, OF PHILADELPHIA, DEC. 4, '69.
      • FROM THE NEW YORK CHRISTIAN UNION, JAN. 8, 1870.
      • FROM THE PHILA. EVENING TELEGRAPH, OCT. 6, 1869.
      • FROM THE INDEPENDENT, NEW YORK, NOV. 11, 1869.
      • FROM REV. HENRY CLAY TRUMBULL,
      • FROM THE REV. W. H. H. MURRAY,
    • AND ITS AUTHOR.
      • FROM WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, M.D.,
      • FROM REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
      • FROM REV. HORACE BUSHNELL, D.D.
      • FROM HARVEY L. BYRD, M.D.,
      • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM EDWIN M. SNOW, M.D., OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
      • FROM REV. GEORGE ALEX. CROOKE, D.D., D.C.L.
      • OPINION OF LLOYD P. SMITH, Esq.
      • OPINION OF S. W. BUTLER, M.D.
      • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM JOHN H. GRISCOM, M.D.
      • FROM THE NATIONAL BAPTIST, PHILA., DEC. 30, 1869
      • OPINION OF MRS. R. B. GLEASON, M.D.
      • FROM PROFESSOR JOHN S. HART, LL.D.
      • OPINION OF MARK HOPKINS, D.D., LL.D.,
      • FROM THE N. Y. EVANGELIST, NOV. 18, 1869.
      • OPINION OF DR. R. SHELTON MACKENZIE.
      • LETTER RECEIVED FROM REV. GEO. BRINGHURST,
      • FROM H. N. EASTMAN, M.D.,
      • EDITORIAL FROM PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER.
      • FROM THE NASHVILLE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY FOR NOVEMBER, 1869.
      • FROM THE MEDICAL RECORD, NEW YORK, JAN. 15, 1870.
      • FROM THE NEW YORK MEDICAL GAZETTE, JAN. 8, 1870.
      • FROM THE BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL, NOV. 25, 1869.
      • FROM THE CHICAGO MEDICAL EXAMINER OF NOV. 1869.
      • FROM THE METHODIST HOME JOURNAL, DEC. 4, 1860.
      • FROM THE PRESBYTERIAN, OF PHILADELPHIA, DEC. 4, '69.
      • FROM THE NEW YORK CHRISTIAN UNION, JAN. 8, 1870.
      • FROM THE PHILA. EVENING TELEGRAPH, OCT. 6, 1869.
      • FROM THE INDEPENDENT, NEW YORK, NOV. 11, 1869.
      • FROM REV. HENRY CLAY TRUMBULL,
      • FROM THE REV. W. H. H. MURRAY,
    • FROM WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, M.D.,
    • FROM REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
    • FROM REV. HORACE BUSHNELL, D.D.
    • FROM HARVEY L. BYRD, M.D.,
    • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM EDWIN M. SNOW, M.D., OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND.
    • FROM REV. GEORGE ALEX. CROOKE, D.D., D.C.L.
    • OPINION OF LLOYD P. SMITH, Esq.
    • OPINION OF S. W. BUTLER, M.D.
    • EXTRACT FROM LETTER RECEIVED FROM JOHN H. GRISCOM, M.D.
    • FROM THE NATIONAL BAPTIST, PHILA., DEC. 30, 1869
    • OPINION OF MRS. R. B. GLEASON, M.D.
    • FROM PROFESSOR JOHN S. HART, LL.D.
    • OPINION OF MARK HOPKINS, D.D., LL.D.,
    • FROM THE N. Y. EVANGELIST, NOV. 18, 1869.
    • OPINION OF DR. R. SHELTON MACKENZIE.
    • LETTER RECEIVED FROM REV. GEO. BRINGHURST,
    • FROM H. N. EASTMAN, M.D.,
    • EDITORIAL FROM PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER.
    • FROM THE NASHVILLE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY FOR NOVEMBER, 1869.
    • FROM THE MEDICAL RECORD, NEW YORK, JAN. 15, 1870.
    • FROM THE NEW YORK MEDICAL GAZETTE, JAN. 8, 1870.
    • FROM THE BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL, NOV. 25, 1869.
    • FROM THE CHICAGO MEDICAL EXAMINER OF NOV. 1869.
    • FROM THE METHODIST HOME JOURNAL, DEC. 4, 1860.
    • FROM THE PRESBYTERIAN, OF PHILADELPHIA, DEC. 4, '69.
    • FROM THE NEW YORK CHRISTIAN UNION, JAN. 8, 1870.
    • FROM THE PHILA. EVENING TELEGRAPH, OCT. 6, 1869.
    • FROM THE INDEPENDENT, NEW YORK, NOV. 11, 1869.
    • FROM REV. HENRY CLAY TRUMBULL,
    • FROM THE REV. W. H. H. MURRAY,
      No comment for this book yet, be the first to comment
      You May Also Like
      Also Available On
      Categories
      Curated Lists