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The gentlewoman that lived in Red-Lyon-Court, is removed to Racket Court, near Fleet-bridge, the third door on the right-hand. Who hath a most excellent wash to beautifie the face, as many of the greatest quality can testifie[:] its virtue is to take out all manner of wrinkles freckles, pimples, redness, morphew, sun-burn, yellowness, or any other accident, caused [t]oo often by mercurial poysonous washes: ...
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by Armstrong, Thomas, Sir, 1624?-1684.Get full text
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by Chapman, John, of Pall Mall, London.Get full text
Dedicated to the Rifle Corps of England, but more especially to the memory of J.J. Dempsey, Esq., who was instrumental in raising the Irish Rifle Corps, but died whilst so doing, to whose memory they are about to erect a monument in the Brompton Cemetry. /
by Sharpe, William, M.A.Get full text