Famous and Effectual MEDICINE TO CURE THE PLAGUE.
And having (through Gods blessing) cured these several Persons under written, (and above fifty more) I thought it my duty to publish it abroad in the World, for the benefit and good of others; And have put an easie price on the medi∣cines (very little more then what they cost making) for it is my cheifest aim to do good, and not to get gain; For I thank God I can very well subsist with∣out it, and truly I dare say through Gods blessing, and with careful looking un∣to, not ten in one hundred will miscarry.
The names of those as have been Cured.
- Henry Contelloe, and five in his Family, living in New-market.
- Rich-Pearce, his Wife and his Nurse, in Bridges street.
- Mrs. Muncross, in Bridges street.
- Ann Pole, In St. Gile's.
- Mary Baget, In St. Gile's.
- Andrew Baget, In St. Gile's.
- Eliz. Egenhead, In St. Gile's.
- Margret Sanders, In St. Gile's.
- Ann Rumner, and her Nurse. In St. Gile's.
- Four Milk-women, In Coven Garden.
- Mrs. Joan's Daughter, In Coven Garden.
- Mrs. Brown, In Coven Garden.
- Mrs. Carter, In Coven Garden.
- Mrs. Adkings. In Coven Garden.
- Antho. Basket-field in Grase-Inn.
- John Brown in Stanup Street.
- Eliz. Contelloe, in Stanup Street.
- Mary-Waight, in Bedford-Bury.
- Five more in White-hart-yard in the Strand.
- Sixteen more in Chequer-Ally at Westminster.
- 12. more in Church-head-Ally in Fetter-lane.
Now followeth the MEDICINE.
Also this Power is excellent good against Small-Pox, Fevers, Agues, and Surfeits; and if it be for a Child, then take but one half of this Powder.
The Medicines are to be had at Mr. Leonard Sowersby, a Book-seller next to Turn-stile neer the Dukes Play∣house, by the Church-yard wall. At Mr. Heywoods house, next door to the Green Dragon in Alderman-bury, o∣ver against Adel-street. At Mr. Owens at the Holy Lamb in Islington. At Mr. Goodlaks at Trinity-house at Stepney. At Mr. Heywoods at New-Crane at Wapping. At Mrs. Elizabeth Calverts at the Black-spread-Eagle, at the West en∣•〈…〉