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C::Z Bydded hysbys tr Wlad, fod y Mo -ii>n MvMygin• iaettwl ag sydd ar iverth gan J. Dar;ef U,it JSghuisfjnlmn, .yri bur aeyii tidi,ypiittysg. DANIELS CEXUINE Patent Medicine Warehouse^ CARMARTHEN. J. DA N I E L, Bookseller, Stationer, and M tsic Seller, NEAR THE TOWNMIALL, SELLS TnF, FOLLOW IXG PATENT AND rUBLIC MEDICINES. For Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, and Consumptions. s. d. jn ODBOLD's VEGETA BLE BALSAM 018 0 pe Velno's Vegetable Syrup 0 14 0 Purhiiid's expectorating Pills -0-54 9 0 2 9 Grant's Dawson's Lozenes 0 1 -2 Ford's Balsam of llorehoutid 0 1 H Ft van's Essence of Coltsfoot 0 3 6 Church's Cou^h Drops •••• 029 0 J 2 Oxford Lozenges 0 tt For ff ealtiess, Debility, and Nervous .Disorders. Man s Restorative iVledicuie v 2 01 (Jr. Fothergill's Restorative Nervous Cordial Drops 0 4 6 Dr. Sulaniier's Senativie Tea 029 Dr. Rymer's N ir%?ous Tine?ure 046 — Detergent PiMs 036 Dr. Huxham's Tincture of Peruvian Bark ■ — 0 3 0 Solomon's Balm of Uiiead 0 11 0 Family Uottles • • • • 1 13 0 Smith's Restorative Drops 0 11 0 Diseases incitient to Females. Dr. Silily's Lunar Tincture 0 10 6 Fothergiil's Female P»ll3 0 2 9 Hooper's Female Pills 0 1 2 Welsh's Ditto 0 2 9 Trowbridge Golclen Pills, JO 1 2 For the Rheumatism. Hemacathartic Tincture 0 4 0 Whitehead's Essence of Mustard 0 2 9 _——— Mustard Pills 0 2 9 Dr. Bateman's Pectoral Drops 0 16 Essence of Jamaica Ginger 9d. and 0 4 6 Cumberland's Bituminous Fluid 029 For Scorbutic Complaints. Salisbury's Drops •••• Dr. Solomon's Anti-impetigines — • • 0 H 0 For Cutaneous Eruptions. Barclay's Ointment 0 1 9 Pike's Ointment 0 1 9 S?lomon's t 0 2 9 Solomon's Abstergent Lotion ?s. Sd. and ?  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Prtnce'sRu?tanOn',fortheGrowtttofHair 0 8 0 M?.issar O?for'?'tt" I 10 ? 6 Hickman's Piils, for the Mone and uravel 0 2 9 CheJtcnham SaHs 0 2 9   blains, &c.  a 1 2 P?&tamnyCcratc,for ]?ittO 0 1 2 Singleton's Golden Eye Ointment o 2 o Dr. James's Fever Powder 0 2 9 TurUngton'sBainamoiLtfe r? 2 0 Ginger LozeilLes 'J { i' Peppermint Ditto 0 1 ?t Roche's Embrocation, for the It,?P"? Cough 0? 4. 0* Convulsion,Drops 0 5 0 Dutch Ditto 1 I Kennedy's Corn Plaijiter O f 2 colliiis's Ciettialic Stiiilr 0 1 2 ;sue, Pla:ister 0 1 ø Dr. Solomon's A bstergent Ointment 0 4 ti Dr. Sihley's Powder 0 2 6 Davies's infalible German Corn Plaistc-r 0 1 2 Taylor's Remedy for Deafness 086 Henry's Aromatic Vinegar 0 2 9 Steer's Paregoric Lozenges 0 12 Retined 1.iquorice 0 0 ti Hudson's hleaciung Liquid au,d 0 3 0 Atkins R it Paste 0 2 fe Hitmps'iireMillei sI?a;Powder 0 2 6 t BcitUi HcfbTobacco 0 9 g j DREADFUL FIRE. | ——— ,I. 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