Saturday’s and Sunday’s Posts

... neither their Name, or their Complaint, will ever be noticed, or published, without their particular Approbation and Consent. INWARD COMPLAINTS. THE Doctor has lately invented a small Machine, by which many internal Complaints, that were thought incurable ...

Published: Tuesday 02 September 1783
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3492 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

FAITH-HEALING AT STOCKPORT

... army, several women professed to be cured of maladies. Some were suffering from affections in the head, others from inward complaints, and many from weak eyes. One woman who, before being anointed, said she could not recognise friend yard away, afterwards ...

A MARVELLOUS REMEDY FOR A MAR-

... ointment far more readily penetrates through any bone or fleshy part of the living body, curing the most dangerous inward complaints, that cannot be readied by other means. Erysipelas, Rheumatism, and Scorbutic Humours. No remedy has ever done so much ...

A MARVELLOUS REMEDY FOR A MAR-

... healing ointment far more readily penetrates through any bone or fleshy part of the living body, curing the most dangerous inward complaints, that cannot be reached by other means. Erysipelas, Rheumatism, and Scorbutic No remedy has ever done so much for the ...

HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT

... thirkne*a. Thia heahna Ointment far nioie reaililv penetrates the hone flealiy of tf'e living y, the moat ilanKrroua inward complaints, that ranoot rev he.l ntber meana. ERYSIPELAS, RHKI’MATISM. AND SCORBUTIC HUMOURS. No remedy li*« ever done much for ...

HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT

... Tkia healing Ointment far more readily penetrates the bone or fleshy p-rt t' living l-o y. curing the mnat dangetous inward complaints, that cannot he rea. hed ther meana. ERYSIPELAS. RHEHMAT'SH, AND SCORBUTIC HUMOURS. No remedy haa ever done *■• much ...

RHEUMATISM

... Ointment far more readily penetrates through any bone or fleshy part of the living body, curing the roost dangerous inward complaints that cannot reached by other means. ERYSIPELAS, RHEUMATISM, AND SCORBUTIC HUMOURS. No remedy has ever done much for the ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1856
Newspaper: Carlisle Patriot
County: Cumberland, England
Type: Article | Words: 351 | Page: 7 | Tags: none