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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1836

TS.OVJ sjrV NOT THE GIOKV OF CSAlt; HUT T It E WEIFA UE OF It O M E. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1836. VOL. IXNo. 45 "ml sif' r ' aaius of TTcvmout. An Act consliiuring a new counlg of ilio name of IVaiiioilc, ST is hereby enacted Sc. Thai. the towns of Eilen, llydcpnrk. Wolcntt anil Mor lisUnvn in the Cutiniy nf Orleans; llie towns of Cambridge BeIvidere,Wn!eryilla, Johnson and blerling in the Counly of r raniiiin; mc towns m siow anu riiiuorc in the County of Washington, nnt! the lawn of Man-field m the Counlv of Chit tenden be, and they arc herebyconstituted a distinct County by the name of Lamoile, to be organized with all tho rights, privi leges, and immunities of other counties in Jill's state. Bi:c. 2. Il is hereby rulherenacled. That the Hon John Smith of St Albans in the county ol Frauklin, the Hon. Joseph Scott ol Crnfisbnry in the county of Orleans, be, anu tney hereby arc constituted and ap pointed n committee to designate tho place whereon to erect a court house,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1836

notice that he should introduce his land 1 bill. The Scnalo went into executive bu. winess with closed doors nfior n brief session I It is understood that Mr Taney has been nominated to supnly tho place nf Chief Justice Marshall upon the Bench. Ken dall's lioininatinn had not yet been acted upon. If the Senate arc trim to tfictnsclvcs nnd to their past professions, they will re ject it most unhesitatingly. From llie Correspondent of iho U. S. Gazelle, Washixston, Dec 29, 1035. Wo had a very interesting 6ceno in tho Senate to-day. Mr Clay enmo into the chamber about hnll'an hour before the com. rnencement of business, in deep mourning, and cvidmillv ninler Iho influence at deep affliction, Every Senator present came up in turn, and tcmlcrcd to him that nmtc yet eloquent condolence which in expressed by a squcezs of the hand, and a low nnd sim ple enquiry ns to the condition of his health nnd every Sonnlor as he enrnn into tho room, with two or three exceptions; ten dered to him Iho s...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1836

JVoticc. rpilR members or the Burlington Tiro X Company an licraby notified," Hint the annus! mooting off nid Company will bo hold, on Et J. Howard's Hotel, on llio fourth Wed nesday, Iho 27th day of January, instant, at ssven o'clock in the afternoon, for Ilia pur poso of chooring ten Wardens, a Clerk and Treasurer, and for transacting nil other busi. ncss required by the charter and laws of said Company. The Trustees congratulalo the members of the Company, and of the scvotal Engine Com panics, and the housoholdors of Iho village, that, during the past year, not a singlo build, ing has boon destroyed by fire, within the lim .its of Iho Company. Tho cry of firo has several times been heard on our streets, but the prompt attendance of our Engine Com panies, and tho vigilance of this company and of our citizensgcncrally, have extinguished the "little inallcr"lieforo "a groat firo had been kindled." All tho alarms of firo which wo havo h'jard, tho past year havo commenced and continue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 January 1836

FOR SALE. UPWARDS of 400 bbls. sup. FLOUR Rochester brnnil, "II. Ford & Co.', l'ricn HO.t. Apply tn JOHN MACPIIERSON Co. .Montreal, 2.v Nov. 11)35. RljXlIlK subscribers have just roccived and 4sk offer for sale, cheap for cash or approv ed credit. Ilio following articles: 8000 bushels Solar Salt. COOO do Lisbon do 600 barrels fine do 1E0O extra supcrfino FLOUR 500 " common do 75 " duo do ' SO llhds. New Ruin, 40 chests Hyson, Ilysonskin and Young Ilyson Tea 20 kegs Tobacco 10 boxes dn 10 bags Codec, 10 " Spieo 10 " I'cppcr Cj kegs Raisins, .JO boxes do 10 hhds. Molasses. 1000 lbs. Loaf Sugar 15 kegs Salcralus 5 casks I. ami) Oil, 10 boxes 1m r Soap 30 do Herrings E5 kits Mackerel 20 bbls. do 10 half barrels Salmon 10 boxes Starch 10 do I'ipes SO qlls.Cod Fish Knglisli IKON, flat and round, all sizes. Russia Iron, (Old Sable,) American flat and round Iron, all sizes. I! mid Iron fiom I J to G inches wido Hoop Iron and Nail Rods Cail, German, English LI. and Am. Steel Spring Steel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1836

I rngmmmm I iMHBmyiWi DMlH J-l-'li ILt-IL JIUJJUII .LIJft.1 IMJTMWTWW-MlMWWWWWaWMeWBafIIUIIlllllll ! I Jill Wll IWW W IMWWMM 7V.I'IM "IT? jj ' " ' NOT THE a LORY OF C S A R ; RUT THE WE LI' ARE OF R O M n. BY H. 55. J-TACTV. FRIDAY, .TANITARY 15, 1836. VOIL. IX--No. 459. Curriunclrnc: of ihe llixinn , l.i. lf'iuhinztdii, Jm. 3, 11135. For t lit; laM three t'ays tl ere have linen rumors nfiont in relalinu tn Mr Webster, which may rracti your rant, bill vvlucli I am sure you wilt al incc iliecrcclil. ll lias been idly reported ihat a coalition between him and Mr Vnn Burcn might noon be ex peeled, nnd lliil a plot was nflint In bind lite pond people of Massachusetts neck and heels and deliver I hem over tn t lie Magician. Of course nu intelligent por-nn will be deceived by these rumors. They arc utterly gratuitous, and tl is almost a work ofeupercrognimn in deny ilicm. Bui as llipy liave b"cn uttered with an appear ance of confidence in inmv quarters, it may not bo amiss to expose thci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1836

FMDA.Y MORNING JAN. 15. IMPORTANT FROM FRANCE. Frem tiro New Yoik Courier. Tlio packet ship Albany. Captiin John on, arrived last night. She sailed on the 9J ullimu. Mr. Carton our lato Charge i' Affairs in Paris ha returned in her. The character or the ncwa so far as it relates to French affair, will wo think, be contidercd conclusive as regards the pay. ment of the stipulated indemnity. All question as to the intention of France on that subject, must now be remove J; and the most sceptical can no longer doubt, that he has determined not to do us justice without a degrading apology from our Ex cutive. It only rem nun Tor us therefore, to resort to e non-inltrcourie ; and if for to doing, Fra.nct should venture upon a dec Uralion of war, wo must abide the conse quences'. We deprecate as sincerely, as any one possibly can, a war with Franco ; but if she will not comply with her solemn treaty stipulations, we are prepared to urge upon our Representatives in Congress the prompt declara...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1836

- ( JVew Firm. THE subscribers having formed a co partnership in business in the name and at il u ul IATHROP & FOTWXN, nil having purchased the entire Mnclt of goods of II. W. I'otwis fit Co., will con tinne the mercantile busiiit'sfl at llm old stand recently occupied liy them in all its various branches. Having mudc arrangements to receive supplies of goods nt all times of the season carefully 6clcctcctcd by one of the firm, they intend that their Flore shall at all tinieB be flocked with the choicest selec tion of rich, fashionnble.iinry and ttaplc Duv Goods the market affords. They have a full and complete assortment of family Grocprin. such a Imperial, Old and Ynung IInn, Hvon Skin. Pom-hong. Souchong and Bohen Tea-; hull, lump anil brown St'Otn: Vi" '. S'i'' Giogor Cloves. Maro, Nutmeg. Siitcr.i!u, Cur rents. Prunes, Citron-, Box and Kog Rai sins, &c. ThV hnveal'SO in connection one of ihe firsl Drugg fit Medical f-.tabli-Omn'iits in this part of llie country, In whtch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 January 1836

kHE lubscrlbors have just received ond offer for sale, cheait for cash or approv ed crodil, llio following articles: 8000 bushels Solar Salt, 3000 do Lisbon do 1)00 barrela fino do COO " extra auporfino FLOUR iOO " coinmoii do 7S " fino do 40 HlidK. New rtuin, 40 olicstw Hyson, Ilvsuiukin iu4 Young Hyson Ta 90 kegi Tobaocu 0 b oxes do 0 b ngf Coffee, 0 " Spico j() " Pepper kegs Kaishu, 0 boxes do 0 hhdj. Molasses, WO lbs, Loaf Sugar .' kegs Salcralui. S Ranks Lamp Oil. U boxes bar Soap 0 do Herringi j kits Mackerel tO bbls. do tO half barrels Sa!tno 0 boxes Starch 0 do Tipos 50 qtle.Cod I'isli fcnglipli IRON, flat and round, all lizei. Russia Iron, (Old Sable,) American flat and round Iron, all sizci. ISand Iron fiom 1 j to G inches wide Hoop Iron and Nail Hods Cast, German, English 13. and Am, Stcol Bpring Steel, Brass Kettles Shovels, Spades and manure Fork Waggon Arms and Boxes, Cross-cut and Mill Saws Tared and While Iligging, Bole and Upper Leather COO kess Nails, from 3d. to C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 January 1836

V ii.tirCT'.:-i.mji.iiu,i.ji.i..i.liii im jim iMim iinmniii. imi.ni i ji ini.jiiiuiiii.imml n o t t ii k c. , o i: v o r c m s a n ; ii i; t t u n av i: i, v a nn o r it o m n. BY If. 15. ST ACT. Prum die l.oii" If l.mti Sinr. A I'AJIHiY. I taiv Content, 1 lie oilier day, Sil by her (pinning wheel, And Plenty in u wooden I ray Of wheal and Indian meal. Healili, also, at a table rati Dining upon a h.itn; tut iii)elilc demanded yet A cabbage and a clam. W'caldi en I cnthiniicil upon a gi ecu And fragiant load of hay; And happiness rompellcd a dog Bihind the earl lo pl.iy. Delight una chasing bullet flies, Willi Laughter and wilh Joy; Airection gated wild indent ccn Upon tlic sweet employ. lkauty was uaterin? tinners Hetide tin- (-utilise door: And I'len-ure spi.he about .1 lour To Mr. Staple's sluie. Industry liiil good tnoriow, and luiiled mi; lo lea; liul Jolly liid me rlay away, Unless I came with dice. Patience fat in an easy rliair, Unriitelliiig a ikc-in; liilc Miilli, with 1 og...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 January 1836

been projected, und ii can certainly bu ex cctilc J Willi lliu Etui plies winch this bill al fordsand perhaps not without them. This bill passed, nnd these and other similar undertakings completed, wo may indulges the jiit riottu hope that our Union will be humid by tics ami interests that render it indissoluble. As the General Government withholds all direct agency from these truly national works, and from nil now ubjeci of internal improvement, ought it not to yield to the Slat or, what is their own, the amount received from pub lic lands-? It would thus but execute faith fullv a trust expressly created by the orig ma I deeds of cession, or re-tilting from the treaties of acquisition. With this ample resource, every desirable object of improve mont. in every part of our extensive coun try, may in duo tune, he accomplished. Placing this cxhaostless fund in tho hands oftho several members of tho confederacy, their common federal head may address them in tho glowing language of tho ....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 January 1836

Qj'lt yivurf us much pleusure to learn thai tho stock of the Colchester Manufacturing Co. is in good demand. Near ouu half of it is already sub-crilicil, n ml there is little doubt that the balance will bo promptly taken. 1'ioni t lie Bo.Mon Mcir.wlilo Journal. Lowell Minnifacturies. A l.tlc niimlor of llio Lowell Courier coni.ilncil a ( .tillable nilicla icl.iling to llic stiil'ulics of I.oucll. 'I'lio piuspcrily of lliii place ami lis r.ipiil incre.i'e hi iviiilih iuij piipuli. lion, ai c.aliiiu.n iincxsiinplcil in lummy. Ii is but n few je.iw s'uii'o lli.il p.ul of Clielni-furd, now railed Lowell, w.n titiiio-t di'slitule of houses mid inhabitants. In 1S20 ilui u hole population was nnli 200 ill hi' niiwnt nine tin; popui.iuon is .11 tlx puwnt nine tin: population is coinpmrii in in.uuu iubhim viiuil m i-iu.nuiU . maiiuf.u'uirie. in l.imrll win ; m ISl... I'"' jH p.ir.iliicly lillle nasi hoHeier, until 1S20, ..I.e., Mpis. I'm irk 'I'. J.icksun, iV.iili.in Apple. lon.nnil Kill Hoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 January 1836

London manufactured Furs. iiii:iiia squirrel I nil lions, Black Lynx do Grey t-qmrrul Capos, Black Lynx do Brown Marlin do Swnnsdown and fur CufTs Russin Creamers Men's Fur lined Beaver Gloves, Ladies' do do Just locrivod und fur aln by Dec. 10. lllCKO K k CA TLLY. Canada Bags. 500 Canada l!az for sale liy IHCKOKk CATLLY. Dec. 10. 1035. FRUIT, &c. i i ..i. i - Ul'.M.'n UUOUII JV'.ISIIIS, v 20 Uci's Ma ana do. 10 Frail.s Ahnninla, 5 do Brazil Nuts, 5 do Filberts, 30 do Figs, 30 boxes Pipes, 5 do prepared Cocoa 5 do Chocolate 20 do Si arch 25 20 5 ;.o (ID do do do Snap Candles do sperm Herring 2000 lbs. assorted Confectionary, Genoa Citron, I'Jnirlisti Currants Sic. Dec, 0, '35. J. &. J. II. PI-CK &. Co. PALM'S &. OIL. IVE inns d ry White Lead, nn " do ground in oil, Frcncli Yellow, Venetian Red Spanish Bruwn, Whiting, Glue and Sand Paper 10 bin)-', winter si rained Sperm Oil, 10 bbls. Linseed Oil, 10 " Spirits Turpentine Dec. 9. '3.V J. .1. II. PUCK. &Co. NAILS IR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1836

HMUJJiJJIUlJiM ' NOT THE O I, O H Y OF CES A It ; 1J V T T II K WEIPARE OF R O M E. BY II. H. STACY . FRIDAY, FI3 S3 ilUT A.UY 5, 1836. VOl;. IX No. 597. FORTIFICATION BILL. Mr. V MISTER, who was chairman or Ihc Committee of Finance and consequent, ly well acquainted with all the particulars oftliis remarkable bill ofthc lust Congress, and the equally remarkable proceeding? thoroon, on the last night of tho session, on the l-tth inst. on a resolution moved by Mr Denton for setting apart the surplus revenue fur the defence of tho country, gave the history of the bill in tho follow ing SPEECH. It is not my purpose, Mr. President, (said lie ) to make any remark? nn tho Plate of cur alTaiis with France- The time for that discussion has not come, and I wait. Wu arc in daily expectation of a communication from the Pro-idcnt, which will give us light: and we arc authorized to expect a recommendation by him of such measures as lie thinks it may ho necessary and proper for Congress to adopt....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1836

t ign state, he sees it soonest. All our lumis-ters mid ngents nbrnnd nrn but si) vnny eyes nml cars nui! organ In commu nicate to liim whatsoever tn.-ciir in foreign places, nml to keep him well advised ol nil which limy concern I In interests nl the United Stall's. There t" mi rsprcinl pro lirioty therefore. Ihnt in Ibis branch of tin' public service, Congress should always bo able to avail itself of the dlMinct opinion mid rccumcndnlions nl Ihe Pre-uletit. 1 he two (louses, niiil especially the House of Representatives nre tbo i.ntural yiiatdians of the people's money. They are to keep it sacred nud to use it discreetly, I hoy nre not at liberty to "spend il where it i not needed, nor loolVer it for any purpose f ill a reasonable occasio i for the expendi ture be ihnwi,. Now in I his case, 1 repent ngnin, the I'rc-i.h nt had sunt us mi recoiii mendttton for nny such npprnpnation i no department had recommended it s no cti mate bad contained it; in the whole history of the session...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1836

m & 35 XT M XT ntiDAV .uoiini.vg. rnn. r. Mr. Wbhstkh's Spckch To the ex clusion of almost every thing ulsc, we pub lish this masterly production to-day, entire. It is hardly necessary to invito the ntlen lion of our readers to this speech, as its high source and the importance of the nib jocl, ui'iit secorn lor it . candid perusal; and in j rc especially since it has been mad the occasion lor an impotent attack on Mr. Webster in the other House nn account of which will be found in another column. An English Brig of war arrivjd nt Nor foils a few days since with dispatches from the British Govornuv.Mit. The nature of these dispaches is not positively known j but it appears to be generally understood that they contain an overture for tin me diation of England between France and the U. States in relation to the vexed question. A few days will undoubtedly put 113 in possession of the facts. Mr. Adam's proposition for a eommitloo of investigation, although originally favored by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 February 1836

t ii n w i n t i: n ic i n a. BY IIANKAIt T. OOCI.D. O ! what Hill become of ilico, poor little lilnl t rIMin nmitriliiT storm !n ihn dislancp 13 heard : The mah wiiiilj in u waking, itic cluiids growing Link ! Tliej'l sunn sr.illcr Fimvv flikps nil over my luck ! rum HI) it tunny c- ii in r- li.i'l ino'i uniinririi uw-i Ami nli.it nit lliiv.i lining ll.i.) coll whiter day l I'm iiprkim ilin "itm fi nm ilinuM ncnrli Hep- Thcsioini iIumii'i lionlilu me Pee, dec, dec.' Hill ulnt in.ikp.1 tlipprpcm so tinroncioin of r.ucl The Inonn cailli i finzn, 1 lie binticlics lire line ! Ami limv c,in;l llinii lio so liglitdicmrd mid ficc, Iiike Illicit' fuiin wild lliOFiiiit nl Rice, U'Iipii no pl.ire is noir f ir iliinc iiciihi;! I rs', No leaf fur thy snccn,'fj4 tliy bosnin no nestl ' Rrrniifp ilip.ime Ii.m I is n shelter for nip. Thai look ofl'llic rummer Icives Pee, dec, dec. 11 ti f m.in f. r-1 ii linrilpn r.fwnnl nnd of eiicf. While jiliii klii'j liie rliKli-iK mill hiiidin; ilio .liraf e I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1836

N O T T II i: C I, I) I! V O V V .V. S A It ', 11 HT T IF K V I, !' A II 12 OF I! 0,1111. B3Y HI!. B. STATTf. VOH. UX No. 599. Uriii!nnst -n Fib. '-. Tlic Senate to-day again "l Mf Denton's resolution tu appropriate thu sur plus revenue for purposes, of national de fence. Mr Buchanan concluded his pro tected remarks in favor of this resolution. He made one admis.-ion which may he con sidered of importance, lie said. that then; was every prospect that through the ac cepted meditation of the liritish govern ment, our difficulties with France would be amicably adjusted. IIo still urged the pro pticly of adopting measures of defence, and nf repairing and extending the fortification of the country. Mr Crittenden of Kentucky obtained the floor next to Mr Finchanan, and spoke for nearly two hours without notes to a crow iled and delighted audience. As this was the debut oi Mr Crittenden in thy Senate, much curiosity was ma.nfestrd to willies how he would acquit, himself, am! whether lie wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1836

1 3B Si Ha, & (XC FRIDAY MORNING, FED. 19. 5TT Have the several towns in lliis coun ty made arrangements to bo represented in tho convention on Wednesday next? If not, we would again urge upon tliom tho importance of" immediate action. Let eve ry town bu represented by ono or moro delegates, NO WAR. We publish to-day the President's Mes sage announcing his acceptance of the me diation of England, and also the speech of the French King, at llio opening of the Chambers, in which the same mediation is accepted on the part of France. At the time of making this communication the President's first message had not been re ceived at Paris. Subsequent dates however announce its arrival, and give us the views of tho French government, from which it seems thai no mediation is required. Tho Message is tho all important subject of remark, both in England and France. This document reached Paris by tho quickest expresses, via London and Havre, on the first day of tho year, three days after the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1836

From llie American Gardner' .Magazine. PLANTS. On the .Management of Plants in Roams. By Robert Murray. Gardner to the Hon. Theodare Lyman, Jr., Wallham. Gentlemen: Amidst llie rigors orstorn winter, hnw deligllul it is tn exhale Iho balmy ndors of n few select plants; even the lovely blush of the expanded rose, when tiic whole face of nature is clad in a mantle of snow, mi"lit cntico tho most careless admirers of Flora to supply their parlors with those de lightful hnrbingcra of pleasure through the winter months. Dut in nil the numbers of your valuable Magazine, I have neyer observed any hints on the management of grcenhouso plants kept in rooms or par lors. In order to supply this deficiency, 1 have, in as brief a manner as possible, en deavored to give n few remarks, which may not perhaps, be unimportant, you arc aware that it would require ton much room lo enter into n minute detail, and enumerate n great number of species and varieties, with the modes of propogationi I shall, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 February 1836

i Wt J I 'I " I Important Information ! I TO rnRSO.NS AHI.ICTIIl) WITH TIIC 1 OI.LOWINtl COMrt.MXTS. SCKO 1' U 1, A S C U 11 V E Y, fcslering El options, Pimpled Paces Sore Eyes Soro Legs, Scald Heads Ulcere Venereal Taints. Leprosy Sail lllieiim Si, Anthony's fire, Fcv. Suros.oven when the bones nrc nflictcd White Swellings Violent Eruptions af ter uii-avlcf. u lien mote, lias Called and all disorders snising from an imp nrc stnlo ofthelllood and Humors aio assured that I) 11. RELFE'S BOTAHIGATj drops r.nnlinun unrivalled fur the rrevcnlioli. Relief nml Cute n( llit'Mi complaints. In proofuf which lead the following : fryllcmadaUc rurc rf a case of 12 years standing, Extract nT a I tier. Sir "My log which before did not look like n htiluan limb, is now entirely healed up, (after lesisling every other aiphcalion for 12 years!) Pre vious to takinir your Rcllb's Rolanical Drops, I had rivun up all hope of relief. Anolhsr Case. An agent writes "Thcro is a person taking the Rolanical Dr...

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