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(6 T\IGESTION AND INDIGESTION."— A New Work by De Quentin. Post; free 2s. 6d. "Provincial Medical Journal" Office, 6, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London. Can be ordered through any book- seller. All students of and sufferers from Indigestion should read this excellent book." A CARD.—AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY is announced in the Paris Figaro," of a valuable remedy for nervous debility, physical exhaust- ion, and kindred complaints. The discovery was made by a missionary in Old Mexico; it saved him irorn a miserable existence and an early grave. The Rev. Joseph Holmes, Blooms- bury Mansions, Bloomsbury Square, London, W.C., wiil send the prescription, free of charge, on receipt of a self addressed envelope. Mention this paper. MUSICAL. MR. M. W. GRIFFITHS, Mus. Bac., Organ- ist and Choirmaster of the Parish Church, Dolgelley, North Wales, gives LESSONS through Post in Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue, Composition, &c.; and prepares for Mnsical Examinations. MSS. Corrected and Revised. 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