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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                -.��f fcave TttcIvM the following Li ttii horn JOSHUA  WARD,   ECj; f# i&/fo��cr  Deponent apprehendsl he was dying when he took " the tame. And Sarah Wooten. the other Deponent, faith, �� chat bet lata Husband, J�bnH'MKmt watin the Infimtiuy " aJorefaid. and the Phyficiarrs theieol told him he was a dying �� Man, and thai they could give him no Relief: Upon which " he applied to Mr. Ward, and took of his Remedies. But " thefc Deptment* both for themfulves fay, they verily believe " that Mr. J�k��V Remedies- never did their Husbands any *� Harm; And that what was infetted in the- Giub-ftrect Jour-" nil ol the 28th of November lafl,7 relating to tkir iimbands, �* is talieand groundlcfj.   " "  1  " " Beib i-Dte. 1734, bifttt Wbp-r'BM, .." Tho.Robi. Sarah W^ooten, Case VII. Mr. 71 Ki>%, Baker, in St. Giles's, about ' 40 Years old, was Confumpttve, but with the Direction of * am ffmioent Phyucian grew better.  He took one otWari'i * Pills tbe 23d of July hit, which vomited him rbr three Days, * then tum'd downwards, and purg'd him as much, till, it ' brtoght a Quantity of Blood with hi* S100I1, and tbe lit of * Avguii hp died.' " Ann, Wiltof tbomai Itlhg, Baker, late of St. Giles In ' tbe Fields, deteas'd, maketh Oath, that her law Hulband �* was langujOting ever fince Chritlrrlas latt, or thereabout,- aod " in or about the Month- of May was deem'd- incurable by a very eminent Phyfician 1 and iLmetjfne in July lall he took one of Mr. If'at ifiPilh, which both vomited and putg'd " him, and he afterwards took feveral Medicines from an ** Apothecary, and died the ill of Auguft following, " S r� Yt*tl v^d, cf * Patin-Srreet, lUnwr^Scjearf1, tlaviog a� Ague, teak*fix 4 Ddfe*-of ItWsMrdicins, but vrt* �*4tfoJ^�n, � that being fent three Day* alter to the Ir*rwajy at ffvde- * Patk>Corner# be could not vb�ce be rttiawd, bat died in * five Days.' ; . 'A�/A-nVWif>of M*fr*m C�mh!J, bite of P�nn ftrrtt, " Ilanoverfqvutrc. deceased, maketh Oath and .faith, bet '* Iwe Holband WW afrttfbid with a Fitter and Ague five Weeks, " MH>rooktAvo of Mr. Pith, which gate him great " Relief j but being in fuch my low CircnmlhuKes that he " wanr^pwperSuitttutnce of Lift, grew worlo, and amck " weaker, and after taking five Dole* more, we* forced* " through Kb aforefatd Powttty and want of ccitomon Kctfi* " ftries, to go into the Inflrmary at Hyde-rVk-Coroet fot bat vS\ipport, �* JktACtY. * Cask 3C. MnJJftgw'*Daug^ofCanatby-Marlae, ' about five Year* of Age, was only ill of a Rtda* took intea * Dofes, ahd died: tbe next Mormog alter caking the thai � D6fe,Jt^V� ooerating wjthhsr.' " Su/amab Miqtt, of Car*�by-Matk�t� \VkUrw, maketh " Oath, that fte gave her Daughter M**g*int one of Mr. " Wana'* rills op a ThutfiUy. ftrjd.oBeotb** of the fame to Saiunlay MotniBgfoltowirig. and the Child coMinaTd vtty �  Bmtm, Cn�i \  dolt Street, about jo Years old, had obly faophok** Ts>� ; ' mouts on her Nock, took five Dofi� of &WV Mcdicirao* and died' two Day* after taking the laft Dole.* ?�\J�i�tBMftoni^ of Connuh-ftttet, ViauaOrr, sh&RJtml " his Wife, make Oath and fay, that Am Evmtu lately de� " ccasM Kv'd with them a* a Servant about tea Months, and � was troubled near twenty Years, as fhe inform'd tbem, with '  gains the Icalt Appro* batlonv aSnlbenflotjof Arms will b;lmmedJitrIy propot'J, ami- 'tis hoped will take Place. The King of Sardinia, tnefe Let* ten add. begins to he tired of a War, which not only prey* upon the Blood of other Countries, but exhauits tbe very Viult of his own Dotntrriorar France      with uncommon Concern, the great Mortality of her Troops on the Rhine, and 'tis did, will be compel W10 make a fitcond Levy of Militia, which wrll- draw off all her Husbandmen, and many of her Artiansr 'Tisforbid at l'arts, uqder Pain of the Galkes, to hold any Manner of Difcourfe concerning the Sute of PubJkk AfTi^r*. King Stauiflaus and Poland are Words that mull not be men. tioi}'d by a FretKhmasv-no more than the Kcticat of the Allies under Cremona, or the Story ol Maidul Bioglio't Breeches. We learn from NapUs,ihat a Pricit having pretended to foretel a new Revolution which wouhfluddenly luipprn to tbe...... nrefint Government there, a Conful atipn waih^amongft the-People expert iu Fortunes for a proper Funifluncut to leBtcV upon him t but the Affair coming to Don CarSos's Ear, hit'. Royal Highnefe ordef d him to be lent to tbe IJoJpiralof Jdiotr, declaring, that be thought the' wifcll way would be to perfuade the People the Prielt Wi�noCopjura. .._r. We l>?*r a Satyrical Metlal has been lately flruckin acntaia neighbouring Country, famous for Pieces of D.ollery and Hu� ni'our,tho Sut'jccldf which is the Situation of thePoku Affairs: That Uepublick is represented under the Figure of a Mikh Cow, and the Czarina with a Pail under ber Arm, endeavouring to milk her 1 the King of France is making towards Jbr ort the lame Errand, but (he up* with ber Leg and kick* the Bucket out of bis Hand 1 the Emperor is for taking her by tM Horns, but the (terns to have gor'd him in a dangerous manner 1 King Stunillaus and King nuguftus hold Rope, round her Neck, and each tries to pull her towards him 1 tbe King of Sweden fees the Game at a Diibuce, and Uugha in fab Sleeve I I and the King of PiuUta has catch'd a Pan. of Milk, and u run-� ningaway, lipping as he goes. The Ki^ht Hon. the Lord DUloo, who is in the Service of France, aud comuMwdcd one of tncirtlh Regimenta lati Summer upon tne Rhine, u arriv'd hue, in^ order*to jats ine Winter. /' * < j Mvcrlvtmnli in tin Paper of a moderate Length ate taken in at Two Shi/lmgi taik*   

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