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27th April 1715
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KING-ABIGAIL: Or, the Secret Reign of the She-Favourite, detected and applied; in a Sermon upon these Words, And Women rule over them, Isa. 3. 12. Deliver'd (I can't say preach'd) by Mr. John Dunton , Author of Queen Robin, and the late Sermon, entituled, Ox - and Bull - Printed for the Author, and are to be sold by S. Popping in Pater-noster-Row; J. Harrison near the Royal Exchange; A. Dodd, and A. Boulter without Temple-Bar. 1715. (Price 6 d.)

At the Sign of the Cheshire Cheese, a Tin-shop in Walbrook, near Stocks-market,

LIveth a Gentlewoman, the Daughter of an eminent Physician, who practis'd in London upwards of 40 Years. She hath an Ointment call'd the Royal Ointment for the Gout, and Rheumatick Pains, and of great Ease and Comfort to both Sexes, at Home and Abroad, as hath been experienc'd by many who have carry'd it with them into foreign Parts; and is therefore of excellent Use for all Travellers. Thus is the Cure compleated; as is well known to several of the Nobility and Gentry who have experienc'd it, and are ready to testify the Truth of its wonderful Success.

She has also a certain and insallible Cure for the Toothach, without Drawing, and so effectually, that the Pain will never return again; and not only so, but makes the Teeth as white as Ivory; and fastens those that are loose to Admiration. Her Hours are from 8 in the Morning till 12, and from 2 till 6.

THE Royal Ointment for the Gout and Rheumatism, of great Ease and Comfort to both Sexes, both at home and abroad, as hath been experienc'd by many that have carried it with them into foreign parts and is therefore of excellent Use for all Travellers. Thus is the Cure compleated; for no sooner is it apply'd to the Parts griev'd, but it gives immediate Ease, and removes the Cause altho' the Parties be reduc'd to their Crutches, as is well known to several of the Nobility and Gentry who have experienc'd it, and are ready to testify the Truth of its wondeful Success. Likewise a certain safe and perfect Cure for the Tooth-ach, without Drawing, and so effectually, that the Pain will never return again; and not only so, but fastens those that are loose to Admiration, and preserves the Teeth from Rotting or Decaying, to be had next Door but one to the Sign of the Cock, near the Dog-Tavern, the lower End of Bow-lane in Cheapside.

At the Sign of the Cheshire-Cheese, a Tin-shop , in Walbrook, near the Stock-Market.

Liveth a Gentlewoman that hath a most incomparible Wash to beautify the Faces; which far excels all that are extant, as abundance of the greatest Quality have found by Experience, to their great Satisfaction. It takes out all manner of Wrinkles, Freckles, Pimples, Redness, Morphew, Sun-burn, Yellowness caus'd by mercurial poisonous Washes; it also Skin, making it as smooth and render as a Child's ; the Young it keeps always so, and the Old it makes appear Fair and Young to Admiration: It has nothing of Paint in it, neither any Person know the Secret; you may have from half a Crown to five Pounds the Bottle. You may have Pomatums, White-Pots the like not to be compar'd with; also a Powder for the Teeth, which makes them as white as Snow. She hath a most excellent Secret to prevent Hair from falling, causing it to grow where-ever it is wanting ; she alters Red or Grey Hair to a delicate Light or Dark Brown; which will never change; she shapes the Eye brows, and makes them Beautiful; she hath a delicate Paste to whiten the Hands, and a Red Pomatum to colour the Lips, and prevents their chopping in Winter. She hath a certain and infallible Cure for the Tooth-ach, without drawing, that the Pain will not return .

BOOKS printed for Andrew Bell , as the Cross Keys and Bible in Cornhill.

THE-8th Volume of the Arabian Nights Entertainment : Consisting of One Thousand and One Stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indian, to divert the Sultan from the Execution of a bloody Vow he had made to Marry a Lady every Day, and have her cut off next Morning, to avenge himself for the Disloyalty of his first Sultaness , &c. Price 2 s. Where may be had the other 7 Vols. pr. 9 s. 6 d. The diverting Works of the Countess D'Anois, Author of the Ladies Travels into Spain; to which is added the Tales of the Faires, illustrated with Cuts, pr. 6 s. A General History of Dreams. In Two Parts. pr. 2 s. 6 d. The History of Genesis. A Book very proper for instructing Youth in reading. With Forry Gurs . pr. 1 s. The Art of Memory. A Treatise very proper for those that speak in publick. pr. 1 s. Lives British and Foreign; being a Collection of all the Great Men that dy'd in the Years 1711 and 12. pr. 10 s. The Secret History of France. Shewing by what Steps the Clergy ruined the Liberty of that Nation. pr. 6 s. Lydall's Tables of Simple Interest, at the Rate of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, per Cent. Exactly computed to the 1000th Part of a Penny, also Tables of Compound Interest, at the Rate of 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 per Cent, being the most exact of any Extant. pr. 1 s. 6 d. The Compleat Gardiner: Or, Directions for right ordering of Fruit Gardens and Kitchin Gardens. By Mr. London and Wife, his Majesty's Gardiners. pr. 5 s. A Complete History of the Affairs of Dr. Sacheverell ; with an Alphabetical Index, by which at one View any Particular in the Doctor's Trial may be found. pr. 2 s. 6 d.

I Anna Avery , House-keeper 20 Years, at the Cheshire-Cheese in Red-Lion-street, Holborn, 6 Years ago being so injur'd by a Husband with the Secret Disease, that it broke out in large Blotches in my Head, and 9 great Holes in my Legs, infecting my Blood, with other dreadful Symptoms not here to be named; so that I went 5 Years with a Stick , and spent constantly 6 d. a Week in Salve for 5 Years together. came to me, and after then forever other eminent Physicians, and took their Prescriptions without any Benefit. At last despairing of a Cure, having wept whole Nights and Days to see myself so ruin'd, I was advis'd by a Friend to take of the Specifick Remedy mention'd in the 12th Edition of, The Practical Schedule of the Disease, which is given Gratis to any one that will but ask for it , at Mrs. Garway's at the Royal Exchange-Gate next Cornhill ; and at Mr. Cooper's Toy-shop, the Corner of Charles Court , near Hungerford-Market in the Strand (it being remov'd on the 15th of March, from Mr. Lovell's at the Putten , so that since that Day neither of them is to be had there) I took 6 Weeks ago only 4 times of it; I have thrown away my Stick , my Legs are well, my Head intirely cur'd, and I am now as well as ever I was in my Life. This (since I had it from a Husband) I own to all the World, and will further satisfy any Person that will come to me, Witness my Hand this 26th of March, 1715. Anne Awery Witness R. Tosdale, House Keeper 25 Years within 4 Days of the Cross Keys in Rod lion street, Holbourn, R. Roberts, House-Keeper 10 Years in Lords Chappel Cripplegate.

have been presently.

B. LILBURN , that formerly lived on Ludgate-hill , lately at the Bakehouse in Great Old Baily, is now remov'd over the way in the same Street, two Doors above the 3 Tun Ter, up 2 Pair of and sells (and has about 30 Years) the Wase for making away Freches, Pimples, Warms, and Marks of the Small-Pox in the Face; as Fault Shelling the Half-pint. Note , She has taken the Sale of the from all in and about London some Years; to be had now only of herself, who gives Adivice (as well as Medicines) for easing and curing most Distempers incident to Human Bodies . Her Antiscorbutick, Hysterick, and Hand-Pills, being good for Cancers, Kings-Evil, Gout, Rheumatism, and Dropsy, are Two Shillings the Box. Her Elixes for Agues , Cholick, Gripes , Consumptions, Coughs, Cold, Stone or Gravel, Vomiting, and Looseness, is one Shillings the Vial , or Five Shillings the Half-pint. The Girdles for curing the Itch, are One Shilling and Six pence each. Likewise Help for all inward Bruises , or Hurts on the Breast. Sealed with the Three Water-budgets, and B.L. at the Top of the Seal.

Printed for SAMUEL CROUCH , at the Corner of Pope's-head Ally in Cornhill ; And Sold by J. Baker, at the Black Bay in Pater-noster-row. (Price 2 d.)

Advertisements are taken in by John Humfreys , Printer, in Barthalomew-lane , behind the R. Exchange.

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