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A collection of recipe's and letters lately inserted in the Daily journal. Containing, I. M. Boerhaave's and M. Osterdyke's new method for curing the gout. II. The New Montpellier Method for curing the Venereal Disease, without Salivation. III. The Famous Recipe for destroying those noxious Vermin called Buggs. IV. The celebrated Remedy for Whooping-Coughs: With the several Letters and Testimonials of its extraordinary Efficacy. V. The Mystery of Masonry, as published in the Daily Journal, with the several Letters on that Occasion. VI. The Origine of Free-Masonry in England, together with the Clause made against their Meetings and Combinations in the Reign of Henry VI. Collected for the Sake of such as would keep by them these efficacious and salutary Prescriptions. And of such Free-Masons as are desirous to convince the World, that nothing criminal, or greatly indecent, is practised at their Makings, as has been surmiz'd by many credulous Persons, of both Sexes, Ill-Willers to the Fraternity.

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Daily journal. Selections.


London : printed for T. Warner, at the Black-Boy in Paser-Noster-Row, 1730.

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32p. ; 80.

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ESTC T92567



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