A brief account

Publication Date1799
Remainderwith directions for the use, of the Cerevisia Anglicana; or, English diet drink: a vegetable specific for various diseases, particularly those wherein Mercury has proved ineffectual, first discovered by Dr. J. Webster, An old Member of the Corporation of Surgeons in London. Felix quam potuit rerum cognocere causa. Now prepared from the original recipe and offered to the public, by S. Slee, W. Bryan, and Co. Sole Proprietors of the Genuine Medicine. And sold by them at the Elaboratory, opposite the Free-Mason's Charity, Westminster-Road, and at the Dispensary, No. 6, Burrows-Buildings, Blackfriars-Road; and, for the Accommodation of the Public, may be had also at Bolton's Medicinal Warehouse, Royal-Exchange; Jeboult and Co's, Oxford-Street; at Fores's, Printseller, Corner of Sackville-Street, Piccadilly; at Hewlett's, Chymist, High-Street, Borough; and no where else in Town. Price 5s. 5d. a Pint, and 10s. 6d. a Quart Bottle, Duty included.
Publisherprinted for the proprietors, 1799, And given with the Medicine


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