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A NEW ART UNioiq.-A new Art Union has just been established under the title of Cassells's Art Union," for the dissemination of Fine Art volumes, which, from the advantages offered to subscribers, must neccessarily secure a very wide support. There will be no blanks. Every subscriber will receive a prize of the full value of his guinea subscription, that being the lowest prize to which he can become entitled, whilst he will have the chance of gaining, instead of such guinea prize, one of the higher prizes, which will be distributed in the proportion of ten prizes of the total value of thirty-five guineas amongst every one hundred subscribers. The drawings will be very frequent, that subscribers may not be kept waiting for the result of their investment. Every time a set of one hundred subscribers has been filled up, a draw- ing will take place. The tickets are now in course of issue by the Secretary, Mr J. C. Pare, rom the offices, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill. PALATABLENESS OF DR DE JONGH'S LIGHT-BROWN COD LIVER OIL. -The united opinion of all medical men who have tried it, and the experience of countless patients, con- cur in proving that Dr de Jongh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil is infinitely more palatable and more easily taken than any other kind. Dr Granville, F.R.S., states: Being much more palatable than the Pale Oil, Dr Gran- ville's patients have themselves expressed a preference for Dr de Jongh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil." Dr Joseph Kidd observes I have found by experience that Dr de Jongh's Oil agrees perfectly with many persons who were unable to use the so-called refined or white Cod Liver Oil from its sickly and undecided taste, which was not at all complained of in Dr de Jongh's Oil." Dr Edgar Sheppard writes: Dr de Jongh's Oil has the rare excel- lence of being well borne and assimilated by stomachs which reject the ordinary oils." Dr W. Pearce remarks: "Another ad vantage of Dr de Jongh's Oil is the absence of that disagreeable and sickly taste, which is one of the characteristics of the Pale Oil." Dr de Jongh's Light- Brown Cod Liver Oil is sold only in capsuled imperial half-pints, 2s. Gd.; pints, 4s. Od.; quarts, 9s.; labelled with his stamp and signature, without which none can possibly be gemiine, by his sole consignees, Ansar, Harford, and Co., 77, Strand, London and respectable chemists.


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