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quently meet with at the end of our News-Papers. When we had finish'd our Work, we read them with a great deal of Mirth at the Fire-fide, and a
greed, Nemine contradicente, to get S them transcrib'd, and fent to the
Spectator. The Gentleman who made
the Proposal enter'd the following • Advertisement before the Title-Page,
after which the rest fucceeded in or
REMEDIUM efficax & univerfum; of, An effe&tual Remedy a
dapted to all Capacitics; fhewing. • how any person may cure himfeff
of Ill - nature, Pride, Party-Spleen,
or any other Diftemper incident to .. the human Syftem, with an eafy way
to know when the Infection is upon him.
This Panacea is as inno. cent as Bread, agreeable to the Tafte, "and requires no Confinement. It has
not its Equal in the Universe, as a• bundance of the Nobility and Gen..
try throughout the Kingdom have experienced.
N. B. No Family ought to be 6 without it.
Over the two Spectators on Jealoufy,
No to, I7I, "I William Crazy, aged threescore
and Teven, having been for several “ Years afflicted with uneasy Doubts, Fears and Vapours, occafion'd by S the Youth and Beauty of Mary my $. Wife, aged twenty five, do hereby
for the Benefit of the Publick give notice, that I have found great Re
lief from the two following Dofes, • having taken them two Mornings to
gether with a Difh of Chocolate. & Witness my Hand, &c.
For the Benefit of the Poor. IN charity to such as are trou<bled with the Diseafe of Levée
hunting, and are forced to feek their * Bread every Morning at the Cham. ber-Doors of great Men, I A. B.
do testify, that for many Years past • I laboured under this fafhionable Di
ftemper, but was cured of it by a Re* medy which I bought of Mrs. Bald? wing contain'd in a Half-Sheet of Pa
per, marked No 193, where any one way be provided with the fame Remedy at the Price of a single Penny.
CAN infallible Cure for Hypochon<driack Melancholy. No.173. 184. 191.
203. 209. 221. 233 235.239.245. 247. 251. Probatum est. - Charles Easy. ' I Christopher Query having been troubled with a certain Distemper in my Tongue, which shewed it self in impertinent and superfluous interroga. tories, have not asked one unnecessary Question fince my perusal of the Pre fcription marked 'No 228.
"THE Britannick Beautifier, being an Essay on Modesty, No 231. which 'gives fuch a delightful blushing Colour to the Cheeks. of those that are
white or pale, that it is not to be di' ftinguished from a natural fine Com
plexion, nor perceiv'd to be artificial .by the nearest Friend: Is nothing of • Paint, or in the least hurtful. It ren: • ders the Face delightfully handsom; is
not subject to be rubbed off, and cannot be parallelled by either Wash, Powder, Cosmetick, &c. It is certainly the best Beautifier in the World.
I Samuel Self, of the Parish of St. James's, having a Constitution which naturally abounds with Acids, made
use of a Paper of Directions marked N° 177. recommending a healthful
Exercise called Good-Nature, and have found it a most excellent Sweetner of the Blood.
"WHEREAS I, Elizabeth Rainbow, was troubled with that Distem
per in my Head, which about a Year C ago was pretty Epidemical among the Ladies, and discover'd it self in the • Colour of their Hoods, having made cuse of the Doctor's Cephalick Tincture, which he exhibited to the Publick in one of his last Year's Papers, I recover'd in a very few days.
I George Gloom have for a long time been troubled with the Spleen, and being advis'd by my Friends to put my lelf into a Course of Steele, did for that End make use of Remedies convey'd to me several Mornings in short Letters, from the Hands of the invisible Doctor. They were marked
(at the bottom Nathaniel Henroost, Alice Threadneedle , Rebecca Nettletop,
Tom Lovetefs, Mary Meanwell, Tbomas Smoaky, Anthony Freeman, • Tom Meggar, Ruftecki Sprightly, &c. which have had so good an Ef fect upon me, that I now find my self chearful, lightlom and caly; and therefore do recommend them to all < such as labour under the fame Distemper.
NOT having room to infert all the Advertisements which were fene me, I have only picked out some few from the third Volume, reserving the fourth for another Opportunity. 0