A true and brief account (with directions for the use) of the Cerevisia Anglicana

Publication Date1800
RemainderOr, Celebrated English diet-drink, a vegetable specific for the yellow fever of warm climates; putrescent, intermittent, low nervous, and bilious fevers, &c. &c. hypochondriasis, and indigestion, with their varied consequences. Indolent and active scrophula, consumption, debility of the lungs, asthma. Hooping cough. Bowel complaint. Scorbutic and their eruptions of the skin. Female obstructions, &c. &c. &c. Being an infallible remedy for all disorders, the origin of which may be traced to impurity of the blood, or to a relaxation of the solids; including a variety too numerous for specification, but of which, the annexed one hundred and upwards of interesting cases, will enable the reader to form some tolerable opinion. Originally discovered, and successfully used, in extensive practice, for sixty years, By Dr. J. Webster, of London. Second edition, with extended remarks, and a number of new and interesting cases of cures. Now faithfully prepared from the original recipe, by E. Slee & Co. No. 92. & 93, Borough High-Street, (sole proprietors of the genuine medicine) in half pint bottles, 4s.-pint ditto, 7s. 6d.-and in quart ditto, 14s. each, duty included.This valuable preparation is sold wholesale and retail by the proprietors; to whom all letters and orders (post-paid) addressed to them, will meet the earliest attention; also sold wholesale and retail by their agents, Messrs. Evans & Son, Long-Lane, West Smithfield, Messrs. Barclay & Sons, Fleet-Market; and is sold retail, by one at least, in every considerable town in the united kingdom; and by the following venders of medicine in London: Elliotson, chymist & druggist, 196, Borough; ... Matiriss, Perfumer, 85, Fleet Street; and Shouleworth, 140, Leadenhall-Street, opposite the East India House. Price 1s.-or gratis to patients. Entered at Stationers' Hall
PublisherPrinted by John Ash, 96, Borough



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