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Mott, Elizabeth. The ladies' medical oracle; or, Mrs. Mott's advice to Young Females, Wives, and Mothers. Being a non-medical commentary on the cause, prevention, and cure of the diseases of the female frame: together with an explanation of her system of European vegetable medicine for the cure of diseases, and the patent medicated champoo baths; to which is added, an explanation of the gift, and an exposition of the numerous fabricated reports, 'a weak invention of the enemy.'The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14808, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14808. Accessed 2024-04-21.

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  author={Mott,Elizabeth},
  year={1834},
  title={The ladies' medical oracle; or, Mrs. Mott's advice to Young Females, Wives, and Mothers. Being a non-medical commentary on the cause, prevention, and cure of the diseases of the female frame: together with an explanation of her system of European vegetable medicine for the cure of diseases, and the patent medicated champoo baths; to which is added, an explanation of the gift, and an exposition of the numerous fabricated reports, 'a weak invention of the enemy.'},
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