The marriage guide, or natural history of generation; a private instructor for married persons and those about to marry, both male and female, in every thing concerning the physiology and relations of the sexual system and production or prevention of offspring; including all the new discoveries, never before given in the English language. New York: T. W. Strong, 1850.
Digital facsimile of the 196th edition, much enlarged and improved from Google Books at this link. Sappol (2002) estimated that Hollick's works on sexuality and reproduction underwent at least 500 editions of between two and ten thousand copies up to 1902.
Subjects: Contraception , SEXUALITY / Sexology › Sexuality / Sexology