Old Bailey Proceedings advertisements.
10th December 1712
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ADVERTISEMENTS.

Lately Publish'd.

THE Publick Divine Service of the Church, or the Common Prayer Book, prov'd to be taken out of the Holy Bible, and agreeable to the Practice of the Primitive Church, and now publish'd for the Information and Instruction of those who Dissent from the Church of England. With a Prefacely the Reverend Dr. Brett. 1713.

THE Great Duty of Catechising; being a plain and tasy Discourse, from a Divine of the Church of England, to the People under his Change shewing them the Necessity of instructing Youth in the Principles of the Christian And earnestly persuading them to teach their Children the Church Catechism, and to cause them to come to Church, to be further examin'd and instructed in it. With some few Remarks upon the Excellency of that Catechism above all others. In Two Ports. Both Sold by John Morphew, near Stationer's-Hall.

For the Good of the Publick.

Whereas several Ladies Gentlewomen, and others of that Sex in this Kingdom, have contracted an habit of Body, wherein the vicious Humours at first dispersed through the whole, come at length to be lodged in one part or another, and many times, for Causes too long here to be mentioned, are thrown down upon the Womb, occasioning a dangerous Weakness in that part, which being neglected, at last turns Cancerous, and often proves fatal. This is to acquaint all such at may have Occasion, that a certain and speedy Relief, it to be had from an experienced Midwife, living now at the Goldsmiths, over against Exeter Exchange in the Strand; who lately performed a wonderful Care upon a Lady at the Bath, after she was given over by Physician.

A Small Parcel of very fine Malaga Citrons just landed, to be had at the Sign of the White Bear near Pudding-lane in Thames-street.

LONDON, Printed and Sold by John Morphew near Stationers-Hall, 1712.


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