John Boyd HAS FOR SALE
The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser
26 May 1785 Vol. 1 No. 30
....from Page 3
HAS FOR SALE,
At his Medicinal Store, in Water-Street,
Between John and Ann Streets
A Choice assortment of DRUGS and
MEDICINES; together with a
quantity of the most approved PATENT
MEDICINES, viz. James’s Powders,
Anderson’s Pills, Hooper’s Female Pills,
Bateman’s Pectoral Drops, British Oil, Tur-
lington’s Balsam, Essence of Pepper-
mint, Dassy’s Elixir, Corn Salve, &c.
---Also, Breast Pipes, compleat Tobacco
Machines, Elastic Trusses, Lancets,
Smelling Bottles, Sago Powder, Alum,
Honey, Tamarinds, Cinnamon, Mace,
Cloves, Nutmegs, Spanish Liquorice,
Essence of Lemons, Essence of Burga-
Mot, Court-Plaister, &c.
Family Prescriptions will be accurately
prepared, and Orders executed with Fi-
delity and Dispatch.
Such Families as may want ME-
DECINES, may have them at very low
Prices (*5 t.f.)
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