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- PARSON AND PRINCE.

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PARSON AND PRINCE. Some people have a clever but uneviable knack of dealing out iusults disguised as compliments, of bestowing blame which shall seem as praise, until a careful examination reveals its real meaning. When Frederick. Prince of Wales, father of George III, died, a fashionable minister preached a sermon on that event in Mayfair Chapel, London, in the course of which he remarked The Prince had no great pirts, but he had great virtues indeed, they degenerated into vices he was very generous, but I hear his generosity has ruined a great many people and then, his condescension was such that he kept bad c impany. In similar style it is constantly said of some alleged remedial agents that they are well known. True; but for what are they well known. For their remedial power ? Not always I spent pounds in trying to find a curp, and I should have gone on spending had not a friend from Shrewsbury urged me to try Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup, writes Mr Thomas N rthcott, of Dreason, near Lostwithiel, on June 20th, 1902. "For years I have been subject to sudden and excruciating pains in my stomach. I was in constant dread, never knowing when I should be seized. Had it been an ordinary pain lasting, say, for an hour or two, that would have been bad enough but I was incapaci- tated for a fortnight or three weeks at a time, being unable to eat, sleep, or remain long in one position. I was thankful for every one moment's respite. Every remedy that could be thought of was resorted to without avail, and I also took the advice of four medical men—two of them Plymouth physicians- but they could never get at the root of the ill. One doctor, certainly, gave me a pill that deadened the pain for a while, but it did no more. I was almost despairing of a cure when my-Shrewsbury friend brought me half a bottle of Mother Seigel's Cura- tive Syrup, which she insisted on my accepting. The benefit I derived from that small quantity was wonderful. Nothing which the doctors had given to me, nor a y of the patieut medicines I had tried, acted upon me as that did. I was soon relieved, and from that day to t' i* I have never risked being without a supply of it on hand. If its price were f5 I would pay it rather than be without a bottle d it in the house. I have rccommended it whenever I have an opportunity of doing so, and al ways with good results."

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