The Chirurgeon's Apprentice has a posted an article about the introduction of the use of chloroform for childbirth in 1840s Britain. The post describes how Queen Victoria even used chloroform when her seventh child, Prince Leopold, was born. VIctoria's use of the drug helped popularize the drug for childbirth.
As the title suggested, the book was about Queen Victoria’s five daughters, Vicky, Alice, Helena, Louise and Beatrice. It depicted their lives in three chronical periods, the pre-marital life, marriage life and post-Victorian era life, for some. 352 more words