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2. Alvina Cordial

19. The Centaur Bank

20. Certificates, of the singular efficacy of those justly esteemed & highly approved medicines: prepared and sold, wholesale, by W. T. Conway, chemist, No. 1, Hamilton-Place, Common-street, Boston, and retailed by his appointment, by most druggists, booksellers and post-masters, throughout the United States ... ; sold by special appointment, by Mr. John Tiebout, bookseller, no. 138, Water-street, New York ... wholesale and retail agent ; take care of this pamphlet as it may be of service on some future occasion

21. Clericus, Æsculapius, and Scepticus, vs. Col. M. Jewett, and his chemical preparations: in two parts, comprising, in part first, The clergyman examined, in part second, the examination continued, in a detailed report of the recent trial of Col. Jewett and his medicine before a committee of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at Columbus, Ohio : with occasional illustrations and pleadings, before the bar of an impartial community

39. E.S.H. Leonard--druggist, no. 11, South-Main Street, Providence, R.I. has constantly for sale, on the most liberal terms, an extensive assortment of genuine drugs, medicines, dye-stuffs, surgeons' instruments, chemical glass ware, English fancy soap, perfumery, &c. comprising nearly every article usually called for in the medicinal or drug line

40. Eclectric Oil

42. Folger's hygeiangelos

46. General treatise on the nature and cause of disease in the human body together with proofs of the efficacy of Vaughn's vegetable lithontriptic mixture: as a general restorer of the system, and purifier of the blood : with numerous testimonials of the most remarkable cures, in cases of dropsy, gravel, liver complaint, scrofula, scurvy, leprosy, bleeding at the lungs, finor albus, piles, putrid sore throat, erysipelas, consumption, &c