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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pennyroyal furnished, with rose-leaves elder-leaves, and even violets, the cosmetics of old English 1atdies' who turned the flowers of the Coltsfoot and Cowslip into wine and had great faith in the virtues of Ground Ivy, Camomile, .an1d Wormwood. Agrimony, Yarrow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    marriage settlement deed; 2theimvolunteer5amoetootfl .c4explatlon of the manner In which he made his mine 1 from his first enterprise to Coltsfoot Rock, 4t his to ~ pecnltlen bn gaiway shaies. On the arrival of the be .oma, Er. tov Smlh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %~~~FUBIo AMUSEMENTS. T~EIOAL, BRI NGHr~lAMI. MRl. T. C. KING4. Tr,.ygOJIT 0Nwrduediyi. fill) this night only, .............. T.".... . Mr. T. C. KICTG. flrlc M . ,ysic' FRID)AY, "AS YOU TIKE t:2sore 'TllSTRoANtiT. ,.'yAWFUL DAD." Mr. CHARlES I NIGIITS OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sell bv Auiction, TO-MORROW (Taesday), Jnly 14, at Twelve o'clock-the CELLAR of BRITISlf WLNES, in Bottle and Cask, comprising Dandelion, Coltsfoot, Ginger, Rhubarb, Damson, Black Currant; iron Wine Bins, Wine Casks. Also, SURPLUS FURNITUREE, iron French Bedsteads and straw Palliaasse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. C o WALS11's ANTIPERTIISSIS for the Hoop- ing ('o uh, Asthmas, and Complatriss of the Lungs; and R. Walsh's Coltsfoot Lozenges, for Coughs and Colds, respectfully infotms the Public, that Walsh's Medicines in future, when Getsoine, will be signed Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 27 November 1804

    Salts. Brodum's Botanic Pills. Botanical Syrup. Nervous Cordial. Browne's Britifh Pills. Rheumatic Powders. Tinclure of Yellow Heart. Bryant's Effence of Coltsfoot. Camphor, iEthereal Effence of. Cathcart's Edinburgh Ointment. Water. Cephalic Snuff. Chamberlain's Ointment. Pills. Chapman's Cerate. Chilblain Water. Ching's Worm Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 27 November 1804

    Antifcorbutic Pills. Hook's Balfam. Ilofe Tablets. Rufpini's Styptic. ¦ Tinflure. ¦ Tincture for the Tooth-ache. Tooth Powder. Ryan's Eflence of Coltsfoot. Rymer's Cordiac and Nervous Tinclure. Detergent Pills. Eflence of Gailick. Pecloral Medicine. — Tonic Pills. Schnid's Liquid Dentrifice. Schult's Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1830, 8 April 1830

    Lozenges. ___ Pills. Antiscorbutic Drops. Lotion. — Ointment. Pills. Wine. Aperient Family Pills. Appleby's Tea. Arabian Balsam. Arnold's Balsam of Coltsfoot. Drops. Pills. Aromatic Lozenges of Steel. Salt of Vinegar. Asarabacca Satrff. Asiatic Bilious Pills. Tonic Tincture. —— Tooth Powder. Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1830, 8 April 1830

    Liquid for Warts. Corn Liquid. Collier's Assistant Pills. Ointment. Remedy for Fistula and Piles. Collins's Cephalic Snuff. Collis's Antibilious Pills. Coltsfoot, Balsam of. Essence of. Lozenges. Complin's Specific. Congreve's Balsamic Elixir. Cooke's Black Drops. Family Pills. Rheumatic Pills. Tonic Pills. Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1830, 8 April 1830

    Eye Water. Lowther's Drops. Nervous Powders. Lozenges, Aniseed. ¦ Benzoin. — Burnt Sponge. — Camomile. — Camphor. — Cardamom. — Coltsfoot. — Horehound. • Ipecacuanha. Lettuce. Magnesia. Nitre. -r— Opium. — Paregoric. Poppy. —• Quinine. —- Rhubarb. Rhubarb and Ginger. Subscribers-only content

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