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I.THE BRAS'S AND EARTHENWARE…

. THE DISABILITIES OF SEAMEN.

FOR WEAKNESS.

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FOR WEAKNESS. 41, Potter's Hill, Aston, Birmingham. DEAR SIR.—A few weeks ago, I received one of your pamphlets, and found that one of the testimonials describes what I suffered from, viz., Great Weakness and pains in my Back and Side. I have been under treatment in two hospitals, but can get no lasting benefit. I have tried Patent Medicines, but they seem to weaken me rather than give me strength. After reading your pamphlet, I resolved to try GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. I have now taken three bottles, and have derived great benefit, When I commenced taking them I could not stand upright with the pains in my back and sides, but now I am glad to say those pains are gone, and I can walk with ease. I feel stronger, and my appetite is improving. My wife, who suffered much from bad Liver, seeing the benefit I received from the Bitters takes it as well, and finds it does her more good than any medicine she ever took.- Yours faithfully, W. LANE.

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