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Servants: English Domestics in the Eighteenth Century
The importance of domestic service in the eighteenth century has long been recognized by historians but apart from a number of recent controversial articles, this IS the first detailed study of theExpand
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The Marriage Age of Women and the Demographers
The age at which women married in the eighteenth century has come to occupy a central role in current historical debate. It is an issue of crucial importance to those demographers who argue that theExpand
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Vaginal Carcinoma Associated With Haematocolpos: A Case Report and Review of Vaginal Adenosis as a Precursor Lesion*
  • S. Cook, B. Hill
  • Medicine
  • The Australian & New Zealand journal of…
  • 1 November 1995
In 1911 Blair Bell (1) recognized that the upper surface of the occluding membrane of haematocolpos may be lined by columnar epithelium. Reports of diffuse vaginal adenosis secondary to haematocolposExpand
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Book Reviews
The following books are reviewed. Persuasion [Jane Austen] Linda Bree (Ed.), 1998 Ontario: Broadview Press. 305 pp., ISBN 1 55111 131 4, £3.95 Disease, Desire and the Body in Victorian PopularExpand
Review: The Bluestocking Circle
subjects. Roy Porter contributes a characteristically entertammg and thoughtful piece on the subject of civilisation and disease. Where the Enlightenment is widely regarded as standing for progressExpand
Priscilla Wakefield as a writer of children's educational books
Abstract In the final decades of the eighteenth century, a small group of women were particularly prominent as writers of educational books for women. Priscilla Wakefield was one of them. Many likeExpand
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