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The Great Carminative : a most famous tincture for the wind-cholick, in what part soever lodg'd, for at oncetaking, and in five minutes time, it perfectly cures the severest gripings in the guts, and immediately expels the wind from the stomach, or bowels, (as it were) to a miracle.

Date
1729
  • Ephemera


About this work

Description

Newspaper cutting advertising a cure for trapped wind. Sold for "3s the bottle ... at Mr. King's Picture Shop, the Globe in the Poultry, near the Royal Exchange, and no where else."

Publication/Creation

[London?] : [publisher not identified], 1729.

Physical description

1 piece ; 8 x 9 cm

Notes

Caption title.

Languages

  • English


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