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Leicester Journal And Midland Counties General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Leicester, East Midlands
Circulated through the principal towns and populous villages in the comi ties of Leicester Lincoln Rutland Nottingham Derby Stafford Warwick Northampton Cambridge pc printed and published by James Jackson and Job poster Market place , november 17, 1854 Price 4m., or 5s. Per Quarter letters from the Crimea. Miscellaneous intelligence. Sheep l ail is horses and cattle can be dressed with Long s Quot non poisonous sheep and cattle dressing compositions without any possibility of danger or injury resulting from the application. These compositions Are admitted by All who have fairly tested them to be the most effective sheep dressings Ever brought before the agricultural Public and As they Are non poisonous and do not stain or Discolour the Wool they Are gradually superseding the use of All dipping and other sheep dressing preparations composed of Suli deadly poisons As arsenic or Mercury. It is a fact now thoroughly established that Long a non poisonous sheep dressings if lil it really and judiciously applied in the dressing of sheep and lambs will a in their consequent effect in removing disease destroying \ Ermin and keeping the flock in condition thus promoting in created growth both of Mutton and to ools As amply repay flock owners for first outlay As artificial manures when applied to land. They ate the Only sleep let dressings a it the fact of their containing no Poison can be b3rc8dtity and into sheep and land at any age and at any season of the year. Pamphlets containing full directions for use and copies of the strongest testimonials Ever accorded to a manufacturer signed by leading and practical Stock banners residing in All parts of the United kingdom together with the names of All country agents authorized to vend Long a Patent sheep and cattle dressing compositions May be obtained gratuitously on application of any advertised country agent or by kist sent free of a Kut Brothers agents Tor Joseph logo wharf and Shad thames London of s. And e. Ransome and co., 31, Essex Street strand London wholesale agents for the Midland and Eastern counties or of the following country agents a Leicester messes. Cooper and Petter chemists. Lutterworth or. Edward Robinson Ironmonger. Loughborough or. J. G. Tims Corn dealer. Market har Boron or. Septimus Devey Lou Monger. Melton Mowbray or. W. Sherman Ironmonger. Nottingham messes. Dunks and Nison lion merchants. Oakham or. George Parnell chemist. Uppingham messes. Law and son ironmongers. Rugby or. Edmund Edmunds Ironmonger. Coventry messes. Astley a co., Oil and seed merchants Alto Long a foot rot or general lotion which As its name implies is a certain Aud Safe cure for the foot rot in sheep and As a general lotion for the use of flock masters Stock Farmers and veterinary surgeons in the cure of All cutaneous diseases in animals requiring an outward application of a powerful yet Healing character far surpasses every thing of the kind that has Ever before been brought Forward. Agents As above. Dunne Ford a pure fluid magnesia. An excellent remedy for acid ties heat bum headache gout and indigestion. As a mild ape Rient it is admirably adapted for children and for dedicate females particularly during pregnancy. Combined with the acid lated Lemon syrup it an Effer vesting ape Rient draught which is highly agreeable and efficacious. From the numerous High testimonials received by or. Dinneford in favour of the above preparation a few May be selected. From sir Charles m. Clarke bart., f.r.s., physician to the late Queen dowager a. A a the solution of magnesia prepared by or. Dinneford is a very useful and agreeable preparation of that Medicine which to Many persons is unpleasant in the form of . M. Clarke from or. Ferguson of Kings College Hospital one of her majesties physicians. A a i have repeatedly prescribed or. Dinneford a solution of magnesia and found it an agreeable and useful remedy in disorders of the Fergeson a copy of a letter from or. Conquest physician to the City of London lying in Hospital years lecturer on midwifery and the diseases of women and children at St. Bartholomew s Hospital a. A a dear sir a i have been much pleased with the bicarbonate solution of magnesia and feel with Many others that the profession and the Public Are indebted to you for a highly valuable addition to our list of medicines. As an an agreeable mild ape Rient it cannot fail to supersede Many now in use but Winch so offend the taste and the stomach As to justify their banishment from our Tours respectfully j. T. certificate of or. Southwood 7 myth physician to the Loudon fever Hospital and member of the general Board of health. A a i have tried the solution of magnesia prepared by or. Dinneford and have been much satisfied with its effects. It appears to me to lie a Viry convenient form of administering a very useful Smith Finsbury Square a agent at Hinckley frisk. John Wood ecclesiastical and University intelligence. Obituary
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