The first time I posted about Sarah Grosvenor's death in 1742, I posted a study guide, inviting readers to ask themselves questions first, study the source documents, then review their presuppositions and draw their own conclusions. I will again encourage you to do so. For both supporters and opponents of legalized abortion, the exercise is very enlightening.
After you complete your studies, you can read my summary here.
For this particular death, I prefer that nobody post just their own established thoughts on abortion, but rather what, if anything, struck you about Sarah's death. Was anything surprising? Just as you expected?
Please share your own insights in the comments.