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IMPORT A N'T.—Xo. 10, Stow-hill, Newport, Monmouthshire June 2.)th, 1819. Gentlemen.— Having just lakec up one of our Cuunty papers, in which I observed that a testimonial I sent to you, some time ago, from Leamington, in favour of Doctor Lococks Pulmonic Wafers, is inserted, I think it but justice to tllat valuable medicine, to inform you that it5 merits are b'.W little known ID this locality, wben compared with the advantage tn a t most result from is more general use among those who suffer from the ever changing nature of this peculiarly variable ctmate. Situated neatly Midway between mountain and chan- nel, we suffer much during a great part ot the year from dampt and sudden changes, affecting the lungs, ac., very much and oa enquir,r»g ( when 1 first became resident here), whetner Doctor Locock's wafers were genera iy used, I was surprised to fiod that many persons who bad suffered as I have, had not tried the remedy at all. I have. 10 all such persons with whom I have had an y acquaintance, strongly recommended a trial of the wa us," and the result has been almost uniformly a convic- non of their important remedial properties. I therefore urge you to take some means to render the preparation more generally known in this locality, as I am convinced that many persons would derive great bemfit from its usr, when sulWing from afLcllons of the lhroa: and lungs, produced by the effects of the climate and other causes, such as much and continued speaking [ See. I have already remarked that there are no lojuiious con- sequences to be feated from their use, as the wafers act as a tonic to the throat.without exciting it unnecessary. If you can suggest any mode by which 1 can assist you in the matter, you are per- fectly at liberty to command me as you please—1 am, gentlemen, Your obedient servant, EDWARD PACE, Professor of ttie piano- foite and singing, organist and choir master, St. Mary's Church. Newport, Monmouthshire.

NEWPORT.

GLAMORGANSHIRE CANAL.

BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF.

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