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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtlfer. SATURDAY,  December  a8,   17^4. ^Kunmndtr of the Letter from Joshua \Va r- d, Efq\ begun in TtjUrdafs Pafcr. Case XII. RS. Gilhtrt, who kept tie Horfe-Ihoc Ale Hrafc, EffrxStreet, of a middle Age and rcbuil Cooilitutttin. tcokene of Hard's PiEs the begin* ning of July laft ; h romitcd her 34. and purged" her rs t'-zscs. She lent for an emirur.t 1'hyiictan and Apothecary the next day, who found her very fcverilh, thirfty, having continual Readings to vciftit, violent \ Paiiw in her B.Hy, and. to be fho.-t. with all the Symptoms ,pf Eo��!�a�ffio�ify1ng} and, what .was almoil as bad, the ( Operation had canted a violent Nartl Rupture. The Phy-fioan nfed his utmott Endeavours to affift her. but could get ,-8tthiBg to paf* through her, but oa the Morrow Nigh: the t miftrthly died.' HT.fi. This h the Cafe in which HtS*rvt, m the t;th fcfge, rrprcfents in the following Words. Dr. U~-d / *7 � Jfimtlf mint wry lately, lit bad sifktd a If'amai: i�.*6 9 ,V�-^Rkptar*, bmtgbf afoa htr by the bard Jlrahm' in fit iisi-ififA^pilltf/Mr.Wud',. *' JmmtCMrh, at prefart living at the Golden Cup in Drake �* Street near Red-Lycra-Square, and heretofore a Scnram to Airs. Maty Gilbert, deceased, who kept the Hcridhoe Ale-M hoofc in t flex-Street in the Strand, came before me, one 01* lusMajefty's JnlUces of the Peace fcr Middlefex and Weil-minder, and voluntarily made Oath before roe. That (he * lived as a Servant with the {aid Mrs. GiBxrt opwa:di of me V Months before fhe dy*d; And this Depoacnt further takh, "that to the belt of her �aowfcdge, after flke had linxt with _j" the faid Mrs. Gilbert about four Months, Ante finall Time " note or Ms, ..But cannot be rnfirirc, her faid Miftrcts laid to _ this Deponent, fhe was YefaVd to take Mr. Ward's Pill for a Navel-Rupture,, fhe had ; and this Deponent faith, that .flKthen reprefenttd to her laid Miftrdt, that fhe being a '� accordingly the Sunday following (after this Difoourfc} the '* the bid Mrs. Gilbert nek one ot Mr. Ward's POIs, and toBthis Deponent that flue found hcrfclf much the better for " jt: Ani this JJcporient further faitfr, that on the Wednesday � following nerfatd MiHrefi was put iaro a violentPaiEon. � which when over, fhe told this Deponent, that it had ocea-'ium'dagreat Difordcr as to her Navel Rupture, and fhew'd �* katrhat Time to this Deponent, telling her, fhe had been f OBSmed with it upwards or two Years, and that her tiaiay �f bUged in her ;.Vay of Buhner* to drink, fhe obferv'd h did ^ far a. great deal of Harm : And this Deponent farther faith, ^ thit before Jhe took Mr. Ward's Remedy, fhe had taken liberal Things from an Apothecary for the before-menuon*J *** Rupture, but found no Benefit by them, as (he told thu ,.�* Deponent: And this Deponent farther fays, that her laid ., * Miitref* took in all, to the bed of her Knowledge, only |f three of Mr. Ward's Pills and cue of his Drops, the lalt of r ��-�l�c}| Pills and the Drop were taken the fame Day": And � � having taken thenif fhe varnittcd verjrsauch, ^nd died on V the \\ tdnciaay Morning following. , " >si CitaiE. ;   *' Si&in btfart vut vs&imtarilf, z\ Pit. " 17}+. Thomas Dtvfcti.. �or the future: T fhall have no regard to the raaJicious Invec-ibVcs that may be thrown out agatntt me. eirLer in Print ot Otterwifc, having ? much oettrr rimploynjent Aw my Time, in eodeavouimg to (crvc and relieve thoie wtosr mircrable Ciroim flanccsie^d them to leek my AfiilEnce, which tLcy fhall cheer fully ha^e ; but as ihcfeCiamourshasc been unjudfy railed, on account 01 tome Pcrfom, who took my Remedies when they "were at (he point of Death, tho' without my Kcowlrugc or Ad tke, nukes it ncGtuary for me to declare, thar I fhaii uot, fur the t'otore, give my Mcdi^iats gratis to any Paton, csxept fuch as come or tend for them in an Artcrcoun, refomraciJ-edbya Certificate hgn'd by the Minuter, CfauichMardms or Ovcrfeccs fur the Parifh to whka ihcy beloog, ictiitg faith the Circumftaucci of the; Patient, ar*l the Dinemper ulKrrwiih �hry are amtdhrd : and fcr all thefc who i:c Deif, BUnd. or have any ether DiCorders iu the Head, if they apply to me for Relief, they nuiH aomc on .\'ccJays a&d 1 taxwLjs, m the Morning tailing. The Lcjimd Dr. fj-ar imu^d the Publick withouiiy Ad-*ertifcment--, that t>y a ccrum V*; lc wcu!J pebfiih the genu-is* Recife o! niy kt:utJ.u ; ci� fr'iuUy idc 1 ttb llii'.iai. thij �&Avm<� i'tttr sppeax'dj witn a Rcpctusoct of li-e 1Wc-m.11 tionrd tvuKt   ttrect journal, amj tt� OiSin't tuutt 1':uu\. i3 tit Aut'.-if, wbi.Mis. t�aai he thicks, t' ing. South Sea TradingvStock 3 j 1 half, for the OptnW, Old Annuties 105 i/half. Ditto New Annuities 106,; for the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuity 94 1 half, Vtllion Bank >�7. African zo. Yotk-BuilJings 4. Koyal AiTurapcer>;* 1 half. London A durance u 1 4th. New Bank Peculation 5I. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 16s. Prem. India ditto 4I. a i�. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto zL 8�. Prem. Englifli Copper 2I. Wdfh ditto Books fhut. Salt Tallies a 1 4th per Cent. Prem. -   , AT the KING's THEATRE  in the H*f Muhet, (his D�y, the a8;b ot Uuemtxr, will be per* II't'ax e r s e s. % Pit snd Bosrs 10 be put logeiher. and w� Pe�foo� 10 be admiirai without fitkeis. hwh will be dcUvctd ibis D.�, � (ba Oigi 40 �he H�I-M�'l�t, � h�U  Ouwes..ch. Calk./ iK By bh MaJBSTTi LtmmanJ, No Perfooi �haw�er u be irfmitied bchmd ib� McnssT To btgin at Si* t'Cbti. AT, call'd By His MAJESTT's Command. . the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-Garden, this Uay.the afch of Dc^rooji, �ill b.- pr�&at�<| M Optra, O   R   E   S   T   E S. pit and R^ies to be put logeilwr, and 00 rcrfios to b� Hmktti wiihout Ttketi, w|,ich will be dslrut'd ili^ay, st-tli qCm ji) (<)� t  Ouuscaeach.   fiiUC*lkrf 4. upper Gallery 31.  d. ;.  * * �.. By Uh M a j � stv'i dmmanJ, Nopcrfuut �ha,ie�cr 10 be admitted beui�J rhc tccec*.       \ 4r � A i'8 the jOdi of-Uctcaibe/, m'Cl bi u�i�ej  (' mi- 61 b Dve AO�. cjliM ---- AK LE  � � wt>| be � �rc tul*rl� 1 Taailxwrne Ljr Mil. Chi.muwi.1. , Pl�ei for 1 tit lioic uity tc ukm at Mr. inooui^'i, Mrffhssst iff Rippce-S�u(f, at tfccl'aii fhciuc. \.'J.   ,, N� I'cifont 10 be 4 iru'ici i�o l.->e �"le� �� r.h^it lUkci, bM�Vlk 4 be ttcl.ycr'd �l ihe U>i  l ir>c 'IVhic �{ ^t. ran. i'n j�. A'id vi Monday n: xf, by CjJitmand ef kn Rml KtkL^/^ a irait.1) ui/J'd A^iicj *le Caltro. iLitb a Cnudj ta itAl^fffJ ]A iall'd 1~* l'ille Ctpiuiue, Si Arlc�i'jinSen Scrgcaat.   �|        -.'Ji dtdvcrttfiwnti iu ibis P^er of a moderate Length are taken in a4 Tuo Sl.'.'^s fncb.   

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