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PRINCE'S CHERRY LOTION; its peculiar exPro-cellence consists in sweetening the Breath which may arise from inward complaints, Scorbutic Gums, or De cayed Teeth, as there are few persons more or less that are not afflicted with this unpleasant sensation: a trial will vouch its merits. Those who wear Artificial Teeth ought never to be without it, as it keeps them sweet and clean; 7s. 6d. per bottle.


If you or your Physician know any Medicine that will cure Consumption, you have no occasion to take PRINCE'S MUSHROOM for the Tooth-Ach, which any thing else. If you do not, then it becomes a duty to try 11OPE's HECTIC PILLS, which always pre gives immediate relief, and has relieved persons from vent, and, nine times in ton, cure Consumption, even the most excruciating pain, who have not been able to after the most fatal termination could only be ex-sleep for several nights, after taking every resource in vain, and have found an immediate relief by the Mush pected.

Sold wholesale and retail by G. Walker, No. 106,room: those afflicted with the Tooth Ache ought never Great Portland street. retail, by Ward, No. $24, Hol- to be without it, 2s. 6d. born; Shepherd, Bristol; Marshall, Northampton ; and all other Medicine Sellers.

To be had of the Proprietor, No. 333, Oxford-street; 1962 and appointment, Bacon, 150, Allen, 76, Oxford



street; Ward, 524, Middle-row, Holborn; Butler, 4, before discovered by himself; therefore, any articles

SICILIAN BLOOM OF YOUTH Cheapside; Withers, 229, Strand; Rigge, 65, Cheap-of that name, which have not the above signature, are Or, Impalpable Vegetable Por side; Holmes and Tutt, Royal Exchange, London; counterfeits, and the circulators impostors. It is neces

Is recommended to the late burn, North-Bridge, Edinburgh; Shepherd, Bristol; does not travel, having venders in principal towns, but

Ball, Dame street, Dublin; Blanchard, York; Rea-sary to inform Country Venders, that the Proprietor

of confidence, as the most exc

Collins, Salisbury; Cruttwell, Bath; and most Venders

guards against persons that practice travelling with the spurious Oil, and who has offered it for s le to the principal Venders in town, who, as Gentlemen, have

bility of doing the slightest

universe, for beautifying the in Town and Country. the most brilliant and natur fim, by Coach, by sending the Money in a letter, directed to rejected it, knowing there never was any article of that

All Orders from any part of the Country will be sent

De conceived, and possesses as per Mr. Prince, No. 333, Oxford-street, London.


that it cannot possibly be discoundyi
tinizing observer, but looks
health taken from the neck fla
placed on the skin to which this pet..
cording to the directions for use

name but that prepared by Prince, which they have
vended for several years. The Proprietor thinks it re-
quisite to mention this, for the reputation of shop-
keepers who may be unacquainted of there being a
counterfeit circulating likewise; informing them, hat
they may be supplied with the Russia Oil, at the Pro-
prietor's, No. 583, Oxford-street, or at any Wholesale
Vender's in London, where they will receive liberal
allowance; also to be had, wholesale and retail, of
Mr. Bull, Dame-street, Dublin, appointed Agent for

Prepared and sold or Win Th Warehouse for Dr. Noris's Fever D near Temple-bar; also sold by M. ( Bond-street; Mr. Tai, 41, Cora Sloane street, Knightsbridge: Mean ford-vrees; and at Mrs. Marnet's Rooms, Bath; in Packets at 6 each Packet, and is signed by the



Ladies and Gentlemen who wish the Ornament of a FINE HEAD of HAIR, need only make a fair trial of the RUSSIA OIL, particularly as the use of Oils are found so necessary to moisten the Hair when dressing, for which purpose the Russia Oil has now become in use by the Royal Family, and Ladies of the first circle. It is a nourisher and improver to its growth This Tincture, which has for so many years been prevents its falling off, and is so great a preserver and used and sanctioned by the first Nobility and Gentry, strengthener to the Hair, as to prevent its becoming bald will he found most salutary during the present season, or turning grey, to the latest period; also restores the the effects of cold and damp air on the Teeth and Gums Hair on bald places. Several Gentlemen, who have being repelled and counteracted by its balsamic and been bald for years, have declared, after using the astringent qualities. It is of powerful use in defending ARTIFICIAL TEETH Russia Oil regularly for three months, that they be the Nerves connected with the Teeth, which are now With enamel skilfully placed came nearly covered with hair. It will serve as a sub-most liable to be affected, and often with the most exset, so as not to be discovered stitute for pomatum. It is recommended to Ladies who cruciating pain. For violent Tooth-chs, the Chevalier always retain their natural color (use dressing-irons, as it prevents the ill effects occasioned recommends his Elixir, which will almost instantaneousplaced on reasonable terms. Home by their heat. ly remove that anguish. Stumps, or from one to a whole Set Dentist, No.333, Oxford-street, per tion on the Teeth and Gums, in the

PRINCE'S PASTE PEARLS aved Teeth in Front, so as tu re decayed: are recommended istance from a Dentist, who hate ing front Teeth, as they may be the greatest convenience to persets the cial Teeth, and are in the atto se of an accident, they will be pe ate to replace the deficiency, til the

Price 7s. per Bottle; or one, containing four small,
at a Guinea.

To be had of the Proprietor, 333, Oxford-street;
and, by appointment, of Smith, Perfumer to his Ma-
jesty, 110, New Bond-street; Hendrie, Perfumer to
her Majesty, Titchborn-street; Bayley and Blew, Per-abroad, as usual.
fumers to their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Prin-
cess of Wales, and Duke and Dutchess of York, Cock-
spur-street; Finch's, 5, Berkley-square; Bacon, 150,
and Allen, 76, Oxford-street; Ward, 324, Middle-
row, Holborn; Butler, 4, Cheapside; Shaw and Ed-
wards, 66, St. Paul's Church-yard; Barclay and Son,

er assistance.-Price Half a Gein Fleet-market; Dicey and Sutton, Bow Church-yard; milies in general, is the best proof that its efficacy in

ining ten Pearls; or one contin ne Guinea.


Is held by the Royal Family, the Nobility, and FaWithers, 229; Strand, near Temple-bar; Perrin, 23, washing the Hands and Face beautifully clean, white, Southampton-street, Covent-Garden; Rigge, No. 65, and smooth, protecting the Skin from chopping, and

PRINCE'S GRENARD TINCE Cheapside; Holmes, Bolton, and Tutt, Royal Ex-rendering shaving pleasant to the tenderest Face, has no

change, London; Buil, Dame-street, Dublin; Rae-rival. This celebrated fragrant Soap will also make burn, North-bridge, Edinburgh; Shepherd, Bristol; hard water soft, milky, and pleasant in using, (cold,

yet discovers oved the only article eeth that are loose: is recomme

£ Artificial Teeth fastened to the Collins, Salisbury; Crutwell, Bath; and most princi- water is recommended to shave or wash with.) Price event the Natural from becoming Pal Medicine Venders and Perfumers in the kingdom.

N. B. The Russia Oil will restore the loss of Hair on Horses, which often proves a great disfigurement to those valuable animals.

1s. the Square, 10s. the Dozen; the same in Shaving Cakes, 1s. 6d.; the same in neat Shaving Box, with Brush, 2s. 6d.

quently happens —Halí-2-Gonz PRINCE'S CHERRY PASTE itening the Teeth, curing the ben Te requires a trial; 2s. 6d. perpet PRINCE'S CHERRY LOTION: 18 lence consists in sweetening the B se from inward complaints, Scort ed Teeth, as there are few pers not affected with this un leasa

ht never to be without i, clean; 7s. 6d. per bottle. RINCE'S MUSHROOM for the T



most excruciating pain, whe hare for several nights, after taking and have found an immediate


The composition and mode of preparing those invaluable Medicines, has never been communicated by the Chevalier to any person whatever.

N. B. The Chevailer and Mr. Ruspini (Surgeon Dentist to the Prince of Wales), attends at home and [385


The high reputation PRINCE'S RUSSIA OIL has proved above all other Preparations for preserving the

I vouch its merits. Those who Hair, has induced a mean person to impose on the pub- " Middlewood's Royal Soap, or Cosmetic Powder," and

observe his name, on the out-side wrapper.

lic a counterfeit, by the assurance of asserting himself
to be the real Proprietor; and, in order to deceive, has
initated the Russian Eagle in the show-bills and

Orders transmitted to J. W. Middlewood (the Pro prietor), High-street, Whitechapel, London, Perfumer

Simmediate relief, and has me wrappes that inclose the bottles. The Proprietor cau- and Abyssinian Flower Soap-maker to the Princess of

Wales, the Duke and Duchess of York, and the Duke of Cumberland, will be immediately forwarded to any part of the world: also his Agents, viz. Messrs. Henrie

e without it, 24. Ed

he h:

The F

Also his celebrated COSMETIC POWDER is uni

Orders from any part of the Country, sent by remit-versally admired by the Ladies in the circles of elegance, ting the money in a letter, directed so Mr. Prince, 333, Oxford-street, London.

to make the Face, Neck, and Arms cool and delicate, and is generally used after washing, or perspiration. Price 1s. or 2s. 6d. the Packets; sold by Perfumers and Meap-dicine Venders in every Town in the Kingdom.

To guard against Counterfeits, be careful to ask for

tions against this imposition, by assuring that none are
genuine but what have a label on the outside of each
bottle, signed in red ink "Mochrikufsky and Prince.'s

cannot be imitated without subjecting the parties to for

:those afflicted with the Tooth Aurchasers ought to observe this signature, as that and Sons, Thomas and Co. Bowneys, Burgess, Sower

by, and Jones,wholesale Perfumers; Messrs. Longman,

MM gery.-Mr. Prince, original Proprietor of the Russia Hurst, Rees, and Co.; Mr. Leven horp, and all the Me

Oil, offers five hundred pounds if it can be proved there
ever was an article for the growth of hair of that name,

dicine Warehouses, are appointed to supply their Cor-

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