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FROM THE NEW YORK HERALD . ( American Paper .
° He hath created Medicines out of the earth , and he that is wise will no . despise them . _"—EccleEiastes _, xxxviiL PARR'S LIFE PILLS . THE Letters which are here given , are from persons of the highestrespectability And character . The proprietors of Parr ' s Life Pills respectfully urge these invalids who have the slightest donbt of their accuracy , to visit the parties whose names are here given , or where this is _impraeiible , to make the fullest investigation by letter , as they have kindly promised to answer all questions to those who desire further information : — No . 7 , Washington-street , Jersey , City , To Messrs . T . Roberts and Co ., 304 , Broadway . Gentlemen—Yonr Medicine named Parr ' s Life Pills having attracted a good deal of attention in our city , I purchased from Mr . Zibriskie , apothecary , here , a 25 cent box , and attending to the directions printed on the wrapper round the box , I took the pills twice , and have already felt so much relieved _« f bile and heartburn , that sincere gratitude induces me to address yon for the purpose of giving my testimony to their efficacy . I can only compare my _iealth now to what it was before , taking Pair ' s Life Pills , to beiog relieved from a violtnt attack 61 tooth ache . Neither myself nor my family will ever i > e withont a supply . I am , gentlemen , Yours gratefully , Nov . 2 nd , 1843 . JAMES MILLER . Mr . S . _Towsey , Postmaster of _Joslin's Corner , _Madaison County , writes as follows : — Gentlemen—I have sold many boxes of Parr ' s Life Pills , and-they have given universal satisfaction , and "it is my candid opinion that they are destined to supersede all the other Pills now in use . Their mild operation and fine balsamic properties will make ihem universal favourite * . I have- -used the Pills to my family , and find them to be an excellent medicine , and I shall recommend them accordingly . To Messrs . T . Ptdberts and Co ., Proprietors of "Parr ' s Life Pills . " 304 , Broadway . Genuemen—I cannot refrain from -expressing my gratitude and thanks for the benefit which , nnder Providence , my family and self have received from the use of your invaluable " Parr ' s Life PHls . " 1 have used them constantly in cases where every other medicine has failed , to remove the most tormenting sufferings I experienced from habitual _oostiveness aud bilious attacks , accompanied by dimness of sight and nausea , with complete prostration ofthe digestive functions . I am now completely recovered , as I believe , solely by the us _*» of '' Parr ' s Life Pills . " Finding them so efficacious in my own case , my wife concluded to give them to onr children , instead of the uncertain and ignorant prescriptions which are frequently recommended in the drug stores . I am happy to say , that notwithstanding the last summer was one of the most -sickly and variable known in New York for many . years past , yes my children did not suffer a single -attack of summer complaint which is so fa : al to young children . I consider " Parr ' s Pills" the best medicine ever used , and free from the objections of _-Tiolence of action and prostration of strength , to which all others 1 have used are liable . You are at liberty io use my name , and on reference to me , I shall cheerfully confirm my opinion and experience of your Pills . Respectfully , CHAS . A . GRIGLIETTI . Formerly of Columbia-street , cor . of Delancy . N . Y ., now of 204 , Broom street No . 198 , Christie-street . Messrs . T . Roberts and Co . —This is to certify , that 1 have been afflicted for this _twelve years , with the liver complaint and _dysepsis , and after trying all advertised medicines—then had recourse to a doctor , who pointed ont to me the report of ' _" * Parr ' s Life Pills , " and after attentively and carefully taking a few small boxes , I began to feel like another being —and I ask my cure may be circulated through the United States , so grateful am I for my _riicovery from the grave . M . FLING , 198 , Christie-street . The above , witn hundreds of other testimonials , can be seen at the Proprietor ' s Office , 304 , Broadway . This medicine can be purchased of all respectable druggists throughout the United Kingdom . TO THE PUBLIC . An injunction in the Court of Chancery of Massa -chns 3 _etis , was lately granted against George Roberts -of the Boston Times and Notion , Boston—( no way related to our , Thomas Roberts )—for fraudulently attempting to issue a spurious article as our far--famedand excellent medjeine , "Parr ' B Life Pills " The Chancellor . Judge Story , after ordering the defendant , & c . into Court , ruled , that "the injunction be made absolute in every point sooght fcr " _-r-bt _; ing a "severe animadversion on the conduct of the defendant . Although onr agents are constantly on the . alert , and the great difficulty and expense of _imitating our labels on and aronnd our boxes of pills , are strong safeguards , we are determined , at any cost , to protect ourselves from the _trrpidity of dishonest persons , and the public from the danger of a spuri--ons imitation of onr medicine . THOMAS ROBERTS & CO ., No . 304 , Broadway , corner of Du & ne-street . It will he seen that Parr's Life Pills have extended _iheirfameto the United States , and fhat _equally there , as in England , they are efficacious . Beware of Imitations \ see the words . " Parr'B Life Pills , " in white letters on red ground , en the -Government Stamp . In boxes at 13 lid ., 2 s . 9 d ., and lis . The number of Testimonials of Cores by Parr's Life Pills are crowding upon the proprietors daily and tLeir unsolicited testimoaey _witnessed by gentlemen _ofhigh reputation . The following Testimonial is from one of the most talented and respectable _members of the _Theairieal Profession , Mr . T . D . Rice ( the Original Jim Crow ) —a gentleman whose high character for worth snd integrity as a citizen places his unsolicited and voluntary attestation of the excellence of the medicine beyond the shadow of suspicion : — _**¦ Gentlemen , —Having in the course of a long and arduous practice of my profession , contracted a tight , _ness across the chest , with prostration of strength , and suffering much from the effects of the labour attached to my peculiar pursuits , while in England I had recourse to your popular medicine , Parr's Life _^ PiUs , from which I received great benefit . Finding a "branch of yonr house in sals city , I procured a few Boxes of the medicine , and can now sincerely testify to their value and great efficacy ; and also to the great character they bear in the " Old Conntry . " Your obedient servant . Thos . D . Rics . " 20 3 Vestry-street , New York . " B Thomas Caliaghan , 31 , Cumberland-street , Liverpool , was troubled lor eighteen months with a waterbrash , which reduced him to a skeleton : he had plenty of medical advice , which was of no use , r _? ad the advertisement of Parr ' s Pills in the Liverpool Chronicle , and bought a small box , and before it was finished was as well as ever . i Signed ) " J . H . H , Nightingale , Agent . " A decided Case of Consumption radically cured by Parr ' s Life Pills . M To the Proprietors . Gentlemen , —I feel it a duty I owe to you and to the public at large , to acknowledge the most important benefit I have received from Parr ' s Life PU 13 . I was for nine years a soldier in the 52 nd Regiment of Foot , and was discharged in October , 1839 , in consequence 0 ! ill-health , toeing deemed _consurnp-Bjej after iaving the best advice her Majesty ' s service afforded . I returned to my native town , feeling that my days could not be long on earth . But by what almost appears an fciterposirion-of Providence my attention was directed to Parr's Life Pills , and by takmg only two 2 s . 31 . boxes . I was completely cured , and am thus % living monument to the good effected _oy thi 3 mosj valuable medicine , "Within the last few days I have-betn on a visit to some of my friends in a neighbouring village , where I was told that * It was 4 ike seeing one risen from tbe dead , to see me walking through their streets / I have recommended them to my . neighbours , and many of them have experienced very great benefit from tneir use . n , gentlemen , yonrs , & c , "John Osborne . " "Witness—James Burgess , Bookseller , Hinckly . Mr . John Osborne ' s ease was pronounced by the regimental doctors to be incurable consumption . By the aid of this wonderful medicine , he is now so iearty and active , as to be enabled to travel on foot Brace the date of his recovery upwards of 1260 miles _xupobtaht caution—bewabe or imitations . In order to protect the public from imitations , the Hon .. Commissioners of Stamps have ordered the words "Parr ' s Life Pills" to be engraved on the Government Stamp , pasted round tbe sides of each box , in white letters on a red ground . Purchasers are also requested to observe that a foe simile of the _^ Proprietors ' signature , *• T . Roberts and Co ., Crane . CaaTVFleet Street , London , " is printed on the dijceefdons wrapped round each box—without which .. uaneare genuine . - - _i ,. _ --: _ : 5 old wholesale by E . Edwards , 67 , St . Paul ' s - _^ . Cnnrchyard _^ Barclay and Sons , FarriBgdon Street , Sutton and Co ., B & w Churchyard , London 1 Moti _^ _tershead and Co ., Manchester ; and J , a id R . . _-,. > Baimes " and Co Edinburgh _i and _retailer b ? at " _i : least ene _^ Agent in every Tows the United Eingdom _. and by most respectable _dealers in medicine . Price 13 Jd ., 2 s . 3 d ., and faisQy packets Us . each . Toll directions are given with each box _.
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THE NINTH EDITION . Just Published , price 2 « . 6 d ., and sent free " enclosed in a sealed envelope , " on receipt of a Post-office Order for 3 s . 6 d . M ANLY VIGOUR : a Popular Inquiry into the CONCEALED CAUSES of its PREMATURE DECLINE ; with Instructions for its COMPLETE RESTORATION , addressed to those suffering from the Destructive Consequences of Excessive Indulgence in Solitary and Delusive Habits Youthful Imprudence , or Infection ; terminating in mental , and nervous debility , local or constitutional weakness , indigestion , insanity , and consumption , including a comprehensive Dissertation on Marriage , with directions for tho removal of Disqualifications , and remarks on the Treatment of _Ghonorhos , Gleet , Stricture and Syphilis . Illustrated with Cases , & c , BY « . J . LUCAS , & CO ., CONSULTING SURGEONS , LONDON ; THE NINTH THOUSAND . May be had of the Authors , 60 , Newman-street , Oxford-street , London ; and sold by Brittan , 11 , Paternoster-roiv ; J . 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"The various forms of bodily and mental weak * nesf , incapacity , suffering and disease , faithfully delineated in this cautiously written and practical work , aro almost unknown , generally misunderstood , and treated on prinoiplos correspondingly erroneous and superficial , by the present race of medical practitioners . Hence the necessity for the publication of a timely safeguard , a silent yet friendly monitor , or , where debility has mado threatening inroads , the m eans of escape and tho certainty of restoration . The evils to whioh tho book adverts are extensive and identioal in their seoret and hidden origin , and there are none to whom , as Parents , Guardians , Heads of _Families , and especially of Public Schools , is confided tho care of young peoplo , who ought to remain for a moment devoid of that information and those salutary cautions this work is intended to convey . Not only are the : most delicate forms of generative debility neglected by tho family physician , but they require for their safe management the exclusive study of a life entirely * abstracted from the routine of general practise , and ( as in other departments of the profession ) attentively concentrated in tho daily and long continued observation requisite for the correct treatment of sexual infirmities . " If we consider the topics touched upon either in a moral or social view , we find the interests and wetfare of mankind seriously involved . The effects of licentious , indiscriminate aud secret indulgence in certain practices , are described with an accuracy and force which _di-iplay at once profound reflection and extensive practical _experience . "—The Planet . " The bast of alt friends is tho Professional Friend , and in no shape can ho be consulted with greater safety and secrecy than io "Lucas on Manly Vigour . " The initiation into vicious _indulgence- _^ _-its progress—its results in both sexes , aro given with faifhful , but alas ! for human nature , with afflicting truth . However , the Authors have not exposed the evil without affording a remedy . It _Bhows how " Manly Vigour" temporarily impaired , and mental and physical emasculation , produced by uncontrolled indulgence of the passions , can be restored ; how tho sufferer , who has pined in anguish from the consequences of earlj indiscretion—afraid almost to encounter his fellow-man , can regain the vigour of health and moral courage . The work is written in a concise and perspicuous style displaying how often fond parents are deceived by the outward physical appearance of their youthful offspring ; how the attenuation of the frame , palpitation of the heart , derangement of the nervous system , cough , indigestion , and a train of symptoms indicative of consumption or general deoay , are often ascribed to wrong causes ; and instead of being tha natural results of congenital debility or disease , aro the consequences of an alluring and pernicious pactice , alike destructive to the mind and body . " —Bell ' s New Weekly Messenger . " "Although a newspaper is not the ordinary channel for the expression of opinion upon the merits ofa medical work , this remark is open to exception in any instance where the publie , aad not the isolated and exclusive members of the profession , are the parties addressed . Upon that which is directed to men indiscriminately , the world will form its own opinion , and will demand that medical works for popular study should be devoid of that mysterious technicality in which the science of medicine has hitherto shrouded its own ignorance . The work before us treats of subjects we believe generally , yet vory strangely , neglected by the medical attendant , and requiring doubtlessly ( as in operative widwifery and the surgery of the eye ) an entire devotedness to a deeply important branch of study . The tone of this book is highly moral , and it abounds in wellwritten , harrowing , yet ; correct displays ofthe suffering consequent upon unbridled sensualism . No human being can be the worse for its perusal ; to multitudes it must prove a beacon , a well-told appeal to reason , a permanet blessing . It is Written in a clear intelligible style , and is evidently the production of a mind long and practically conversant with the diseases of the most delicate division ofthe human organization , "— The Magnet . ** The secur ity of happiness m the marriage state is the chief anxiety of all ; but many dread entering upon wedded Union , through a secret fear of unfitness for the discharge of matrimonial obligations . This essay is most particularly addressed to all suffering Under a despondency ofthe character alluded to ; and advice will be found calculated to cheer the drooping heart , and point the way to renovated health . ' * Messrs . Lucas & Co . are to be daily consulted from ten till two , and from five till eight in the evening , at their residence , No . 60 , Newman-street , Oxford-street , London . 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THE NEW DISCOVERY FOR . THE NERVES , BY whioh the trembling hand may become steady the weak heart strong , and nervous irritability ( so often the precursor of insanity ) may be arrested , is offered to the Publio , who may rely on nervous vigour being the reward of a patient trial . By the use of this medicine ( which does not contain one particle of any opiate ) refreshing sleep has been obtained by those who have not enjoyed that blessing for years , and the most obstinate indigestion conquered . Above forty of the Nobility now use this wonderful restorative . Prepared ( for the Proprietor ) in London , in Boxes , at _ls-il _^ d ., 2 s . 9 d ., and 4 a . 6 d . each , containing directions for its use , and advice to the Patient , with : Testimonials attached , and sold by Wholesale Houses , and all rcspeotable Chemists . Ask for Dr . Grandison ' _s Charity Pills . iFroro W . A . Goff , Esq ., " Deo . 12 th , 1842 . M , —I cannot refuse to state that your Pill has had an effeot Upon my Nerves , almost miraculous . " Your obliged Servant , «• To Dr . Grandison . " W . A . Goff . Agents for Leeds : Reinhardt and Sons , Briggate .
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Sd , THE SILENT FRIEND , A MEDICAL WORK on the INFIRMITIES of the GENERATIVE SYSTEM , in both 6 exes : being an enquiry into the concealed cause that destroys jphysica . 1 energy , and the ability of manhood , ere I vigour has established her empire : — with Observations on tho baneful effects of SOLITARY INDULGENCE and INFECTION ; local and constitutional WEAKNESS , NERVOUS IRRITATION , CONSUMPTION , and on the partial or total EXTINCTION of the REPRODUCTIVE POWERS : with means of restoration : the _destructivo _. cffects of _Gonorrhsea , Gleet , Stricture , and Secondary Symptoms are explained in a familiar mauner ; the Work is Embellished with Engravings , representing the deleterious influence of Mercury on the skin , by eruptions on the head , face , aud body ; with approved mode op cure for both sexes ; followed by observations on the Obligations of MARRIAGE _. _and healthy perpetuity ; with directions for the removal of certain Disqualifications : the whole pointed out to suffering humanity as a "SILENT FRIEND" to be consulted without exposure , and with assured confidence of success . By R . and L . PERRY , and Co ., Consulting _, Surgeons , London . Published by the Authors ; sold by Heaton , and Buckton , Briggato , Leeds ; Strange , Pateruosterrow ; Field , 65 , Quadrant , Regent-street ; Purkis , Comptou-street , Soho , London : Guest , 51 , ; _EuIIstreet , Birmingham ; and by all booksellers in town and country , i THE CORDIAL BALM OF SYR 1 ACUM . Is a gentle 5 timulantand renovator of theimpaired functions of life ; and is exclusively directed to thecure of such complaints as arise from a disorganization of the Generative System , whether constitutional or acquired , loss of sexual power , and debility arising from Syphilitic ; : disease ; and is calculated to afford decided relief to those who , by early indulgence in solitary _habits , jhave weakened the powers of tbeir system , and fallen into a state of chronic debility , by which the constitution is left in a deplorable state , and that nervous mentality kept up which places the Individual in a state of anxiety for the remainder of life . The consequences arising from this dangerous practice , are ndt confined to its pure physical result , but branch to moral ouos ; leading the excited deviating mind into a fertile field of sedueive ' error , — into a _gradual but total degradation of manhood—into a pernicious application of those inherent rights whioh nature wisely instituted for the preservation of her species ; bringing on premature decripttude , and all the habitudes of old at ; e . Constitutional weakness , sexual debility , obstinate _gleots , excesses , irregularity , obstructions of certain evacuations , total impotonoy and barrenness are _effectually removed by this _iuv & luable medicine . Sold in Bottles , price lis . each , or the quantity of four in one Family bottle for 33 s ., by whioh one 1 Is . bottle is saved , i Prepared only by Messrs . PERRY & Co ., Surgeons , 19 , _Beruera-street , Oxford-street , London , None are genuine without tho signature of R . and L . PERRY and Co . impressed in a stamp on the outside of each wrapper to imitate which is felony of the deepest dye . The Five Pound cases , ( the purchasing of which will be a saving of one pound twelve shillings ;) may be had as usual at 19 , Berners-streat , Oxford-street , London , Patients iu the country who reqaire a course of this admirable medicine , should send Five Pounds by letter , which will entitle them to tho full benefit of suoh advantage . ; May be bad ; of all Booksellers , Druggists , and Patent Medicine Venders in town and country throughout the ; United Kingdom , the Continent of Europe and America , of whom may be had the " Silent Friend . " Messrs . PERRY expect when consulted by letter , the usual fee one pound , without which , no notice whatever can be taken of the communication . ' Patients aro requested to be as minute as possible in the detail of their cases . PERRY'S PURIFYING SPECIFIC PILLS , Price 2 s . 9 d ., 4 s . 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Perryiand Co ., Surgeons , n > ay beoonsulted as usual , at 19 , _* Beriiers-3 treeti OxfQrd-streot , _London , punctually _^ from Eleven in the Morning until eight in the Evening , and on Sundays from' Eleven till One . Only one personal visit is required from a country patient , to enable Messrs , Perry and Co ., to give suoh advice as will be the means of effecting a permanent and effectual cure , after all other means have proved ineffectual . N . B . Countryl Druggists , Booksellers , Patent Medicine Venders , & o . can be supplied with any quantity of Perry ' s Purifying Specific Pills , and Cordial Balm of Syriacum , with the usual allowance to the Trade , by most ; of the principle Wholesale Patent Medicine Houses in London . Sold by Mr . Heaton , 7 , Briggate , Le _* ds .
THE BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD i ] BEAD ! AND JUDGE FOB TOUBSELVES ! I THE following statement of facts has been W | i munieated to the Proprietors of _PARPjs LIFE PILLS . — _** _* Messrs . T . Roberts and Co . Malton , 'Jan . 30 , 1843 . Gentlemen , —Though it is but a very short tit . since I last wrote for a supply of Parr ' s Life _PulV ? find that owing to an astonishing increase _iotii sale of them , 1 am again compelled to request yon j , send me twenty dozen of the small , as also _asupiS ofthe large size . I should wish you to forward tha by railway to York , thence by carrier , _aaearlvh possible , as I am afraid my present stock will be at hausted before they reach me . I enclose you fig case ofa person who resides in Malton , and whoa testimony may be relied upon as being stricfo correct . This is but one case selected from an _alraoi incredible number of other _s , which have come uudu my notice , in which cures have been effected by _yjj use Of Parr ' s Life Pills . Many highly respectabi persons in this neighbourhood , who previous to thi introduction of Parr ' s Life Pills had a decided _dislftj to Patent Medicines , are now thankful that they an able to add their testimonials to the beneficial _effect of these pills . By forwarding me , withoutdelay , _^ quantity of pills as ordered above , you will oblige . Gentlemen , yours , respectfully , J . WRANGHAM . Gentlemen , —When I consider the very gret relief I have experienced from the use of Parr ' s I 4 Pills , I think it not only to bo my duty to you but ti every one who maybe suffering from similar coat plaints with which I have been afflicted , to make rm astonishing case as public as possible . For a lorn time past I have been greatly troubled with a m _« _j severe nervous complaint , giadiness , and _swimraim in the head , which increased to such a _decree ths at times I was compelled to leave off from my work being unable to bear the least fatigue or excitement At the suggestion of many of my friends , I was _n > duced to try various medicines , but found that mj complaint instead of diminishing , was daily growirj worse . Having fortunately heard of the _benefice offeote of Parr ' s Life Pills , I resolved to give them » fair trial , though I must confess with but little hopa of deriving benefit from them , after having tried 9 many other medicines without success ; I immediately purchased a small sized box of Mr . Wrani . ham , chemist , the only agent for the sale of them u Malton , and fortunate indeed has it been for me that I did so , for though I have just finished taking thy one box , I find myself so farrelieved that instead e ( daily , nay hourly , suffering from that dreadful com plaint , nervousness , with its attendant miseries , I & _g restored to my former good health ; my nerves an strong—the giddiness and swimming in my head ais totally removed , and I am now able to attend rca larly to my trade . Allowing you to make whatere use you may think proper of this statement mi being truly grateful for the benefit I have obtained from taking Parr ' s Life Pills . I am , Gentlemen , your obedient Servant , THOMAS PATTISON , Paintet , N . B . I shall bo glad to answer any _enquirits respecting the good the pills have done me . To Mr . T . Roberis and Co ., Crane Court , Fleetstreet , London . A most extraordinary Case of Cure communicated , by Mrs . Moxon of York . Mrs . Mathers , of that City , had for many yeas been affeoted . with a most inveterate disc ase , which her medical attendants pronounced to be Cancer . It originated in her breast , and continued to spread nearly all over her body , defying every effort of sai . gical skill . Parr ' s Life Pills being recommended to her , she resolved to give them atrial ; and , _speakiajf ofthe result , she Bays she cannot express the inconceivable advantage which she haa already derived from them . She further states that she is now almost well , and ascribes her convalescence solely to the persevering use of that sovereign mediciaa Parr ' s Life Pills . From Mr . R . Turner , Lewton . To Messrs . ' £ . Roberts & Co ., Crane Court , Fleet * street , London . Lenton , near Nottingham , Dec . 12 , 1842 . Dear Sir . —I beg leave to tender you my warmed thanks for the great benefit which I have _recievti from your valuable Parr ' s Life Pills in the cure oil distressing species of fluttering , or palpitation of t !» heart , which I experienced some years , and which hu now , by the use of three small boxes of yonr invaluable medicine , entirely left me ; and indeed , I now enjoy bettor health and spirits than I have done for some time . Hoping you will , fcr the benefit of thi public at large , make my case known , I remain , Gentlemen , yours , very gratefully , RICHARD TURNER . N . B . —Any person who may not credit this statement may , by referring to me , obtain satisfactory answers to their enquiries . R . T . From F . Mattheisz , Jaffra , Ceylon Jaffra , October 17 th , 1842 . Sir , —I beg to inform you that having undertakes the small supply of the celebrated Parr's LifePilb , lately received here from you by the Rev . P . _Percval , they have met with a very rapid sale , and _tia constantly increasing demand from every part of tl » province ensures to a very large extent success to the dealer , and good to the people at large- May I therefore take the liberty of requesting yon will be good enough to send me 1000 boxes by the veryfirst opportunity , making , if you please , the usual discount to purchasers of such large quantities . I beg to remark that the value of the above will be given by me into the hands of the Rev . Mr . Percivalj _whohte kindly offered to be responsible to yon for ib « same . I remain , your obedient ervant . F . MATTHEISZ . Please address me F . Mattheisz , Jaffra , Ceylon . To Messrs . T . Roberts and Co ., Proprietors of Pair ' j Life Pills , Crane-Court , Fleet-street . Communicated by Mr . H . Foster , Chemist , Win * Chester . East Stratton , near Winchester , Dec . 13 th , 1842 . Sir , —You will remember I sent to your shop for a bottle of medicine round which was a paper cos * taining testimonials of cures effected by the use of Parr's Life Pills . Amongst many others I ob 3 enei one ; a case of Rheumatism , which appeared to _nw similar to my own case , and seeing it so successfnBj treated , simply by the use of Parr ' s Life Pills . I resolved upon giving that invaluable medicine a fti * trial . I had been affile ted with Rheumatism many years , and at the time to which I refer was suffering acutely . I determined , as I have said , on giving Old Parr ' s remedy a fair trial ; and accordingly sent for a box ofthe Life Pills . By the use of these pills I am enabled to say that I am now as well as eia _* I have been during the whole of my life . Thank God , I can now walk as well as ever I did . At the time when I first tried Parr's Life Pills , I' could scarcely walk during the day-time ; and at night I could get no sleep . " I am now enjoying excellent health , and sleep soundly , and I am free from _vvm of every kind . I am , Sir , yours , & c . JAMES DANIELLS . ( aged 58 years . ) Mr . H . Foster , Chemist , Winchester . Parr ' s Life Pills are acknowledged to beallthit is required to conquer dlsea £ e and prolong life . No medicine yet offered tothe world ever sot ** pidly attained such distinguished celebrity , ' _M _"jj questionable if there now be any part ofthe civilized world where its extraordinary healing virtues haw not been exhibited . This signal success is not attributable to anv svstem of _advertisine . hut solely » the strong recommendations oT parties cured by thai use . At this moment the Proprietors are in possession of nearly 580 letters from influential , re « pectat » ei and intelligent members of society , all hearing _tes timony to the great and surprising benefits _resultis from the use of the medicine . ' This is a mass of _wdence in its favour such as no other _medicineeTer yet called forth , and places it in the proud _distil tion of being not only the most popular but the nw * valuable remedy ever discovered . CAUTION—BEWABE OF IMITATIONS . In order toproteot the pnbiic from imitations , tM Hon . Commissioners of Stamps have ordered _w " words Pake's Life Pills to be engraved on , w » Government Stamp , which is pastel round the aw * © _f- ; each box , in white tellers on a _nsn - _& _$£ " Without this mark of authenticity they " f _# . « _PJg 2 L and an imposition l ; Prepared by the Propnetor _| T . Roberts and Co ., ? , Crane _Qo _^^ _gg London ; and sold wholesale by their api _^ _in _« by E . Edwards , 57 , St . Pauls , also by Barclays _^ Sons , Farringdon-street , and Sutton and _^ _^ Churchyard ; Seld by Joshua _Honso _* _^^ Star . Office , Leeds ; aud . at 3 , Market Walk , _IW dersfield ; and . retail by _UM _^ _W _*^ _£$$ town in the United Kingddm , and by mostrespeci _^ pealers in medicine . Price is .. 1 * _PW „ 3 , __^ _'kr _*» family hoxeB lis . each . Full directions _areg"' - with each box .
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