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Urethra -- Diseases -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800
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Eronania on the crimes of those two unhappy brothers Er and Onan Judah's two sons: who for defileing their nuptial bed, and frustrating the end of marriage, were punished with immediate death. Genefis 38. v. 7. 10. Or the hainous crime of self-defilement, with its nine miserable consequences in both sexes, laid open to all those, who may ever have been guilty of this ill action. To which is added a scarce and valuable tract cited by a late author page 25 on this crime, entituled Letters of advic

London : Printed by H. Parker, in Goswell-Street, 1724
1724
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Eronania on the misusing of the marriage-bed by Er and Onan Judah's two sons: Genesis 38. Or the hainous crime of self-desilement, with its nine miserable consequences in both sexes, laid open to all those, who may ever have been guilty of this ill action. To which is added a scarce and valuable tract cited by a late author page 25 on this crime, entituled Letters of advice from two reverend divines to a young gentleman about a weighty case of conscience, (viz. of defileing himself.) Printed man

London : Printed by H. Parker in Goswell-Street, 1724
1724
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Location: 中央研究院