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Author: Oliver, John, 1601-1661.
Title: A present for teeming vvomen, or, Scripture-directions for women with child how to prepare for the houre of travel / written first for the private use of a gentlewoman of quality in the West, and now published for the common good by John Oliver.
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2011-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: A present for teeming vvomen, or, Scripture-directions for women with child how to prepare for the houre of travel / written first for the private use of a gentlewoman of quality in the West, and now published for the common good by John Oliver.
Oliver, John, 1601-1661.

London: Printed by Sarah Griffin for Mary Rothwell ..., 1663.
Subject terms:
Pregnant women -- Religious life.
Women -- Religious life.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53326.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO The ever Honoured, My truly noble and vertuous Friend, The Ornament of her Countrey, and Glory of her Family, Mrs. BRIDGET SEYMOUR, of Hanford-house, in the Coun∣ty of DORSET.
TO THE READER.
TO THE Christian Reader.
epigraph
The CONTENTS.
errata
A PRESENT FOR Teeming Women, &c.
CHAP. I. Of a state of Pregnancy.
CHAP. II. Prayer, The duty of women with child.
CHAP. III. Repentance the duty of women with child.
CHAP. IV. Reading of Scriptures the duty of women with child.
CHAP. V. Meditation the duty of women with child.
MEDITATION 1.
MEDITATION 2.
MEDITATION 3.
MEDITATION 4.
MEDITATION 5.
MEDITATION 6.
MEDITATION 7.
MEDITATION 8.
MEDITATION 9.
MEDITATION 10,
MEDITATION 11.
MEDITATION 12.
MEDITATION 13.
CHAP. VI. Resignation to the will of God, the duty of Women with child.
CHAP. VII. Dedication of the child to God, the duty of women with child.
CHAP. VIII. Care of her own health, the duty of a woman with child.
CHAP. IX. Preparation for death, the duty of those women with child, who never yet repented.
CHAP. V. Preparation for death, the duty of godly women when with child.
CHAP. XI. To resolve upon some special return of thank ful∣nesse, after their deliverance, is also the duty of Women with child.
CHAP. XII To labour for faith in Christ, or, if they have faith, to endeavour to exercise it, in trust and dependance upon God for pardon of sin, is also the duty of Women with child.
Promises of pardon of sin.
CHAP. XIII. Trusting in the Lord for deliverance, the duty of women with child.
CHAP. XIV. Patience in the midst of their pains, the duty of traveling women.