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DR. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS & SOLAR ELIXIR.
THESE WELL-KNOWN FAMILY MEDICINES have had a continually increasing sale throughout the United Kingdom and the British Colonies since their introduction in 1836, and are especially noted for their STRENGTHENING and RESTORATIVE Properties; hence their invariable success in the RELIEF and CURE of INDIGESTION,
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DR. ROOKE'S HANDY POCKET-GUIDE TO HEALTH
FULL OF PLEASING ILLUSTRATIONS AND USEFUL INFORMATION, 88 PAGES. This Book may be obtained from any PATENT MEDICINE VENDOR, or POST FREE
from DR. ROOKE, Scarborough, England, on receipt of PENNY POSTAGE STAMP.
CROSBY'S COUGH ELIXIR
Is the leading Medicine of the day, and is specially recommended by several eminent Physicians. It has been used with the most signal success or Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Consumptive Night Sweats, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Breath, &c., and is a most valuable adjunct to Dr. ROOKE'S Medicines in all affections of the Throat and Chest.
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OBJECTS FOR THE MICROSCOPE,
Pseudo Scorpion-Chelifer Laterielli.
Palate of Garden Snail, for Polariscope Parasite of Ox, showing trache i system ls. 6 Starch of Potato
1s. Acarus of Itch-Sarcoptes Scabiei-Sexes on one slide ..
Platino-Cyanide of Yttrium, Thallium and Barium..
ls. Skin of Spider, for paraboloid .. .. ..
Hepatica-Lophocolea bidentata .. Spiracle of larva, of Blow Fly ..
Elaters and Spores of Equisetum hyemale .. Plant Bug-Tingis foliacea ..
Spicules of Glass Rope Sponge, grouped
ls. Eggs of Malee Bird - Australia..
Bacillus in Leprosy..
45, Eggs of Parasite of Humming Bird, on feather, in situ ...
Do. Typhus fever .. Group of Navicula Lyra .. .. .. .. ..
ls. 6 Micrococcus in Erysipelas Do. Pleurosigma decorum ..
Scales and Hairs of Insects, arranged to represent Bouquets of Section of Human Lip, showing hair bulbs and glands
18. 9d. Flowers. Very beautiful as exhibition slides, for Soirees, &c., Young Oysters in motion, for Polariscope ..
prices 6s. 60.; 7s.6d. ; 18s.; 258.; and 50s. 40,000 First-class Specimens for selection, illustrative of every Branch of Study, from Is. each.
NEW CLASSIFIED LIST OF OBJECTS.
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