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The Late Sir F. 'Lycett and Wesley-anism.—-T]ie following is culled from a Home paper t —lt is privately reported that, notwithstanding Sir F. Lycett’a princely generosity during life, he has died possessed of a considerable fortune, said to, amount to upwards of a quarter of a million sterling. After the payment of certain legacies, his widow, Lady Lycett, has a life interest in all that is left, and at her death two-thirds of the residuary is to bo devoted to the erection of new Wesleyan chapels in various parts of the ‘metropolis. In addition, Sir F. Lycett is said to have left a legacy of 1 ,/23,000 to the same object, ’' payable shortly,’ Legacies amounting to several I thousands of pounds have been left to Wesleyan Foreign Missions, Home Missions, and other Connexional funds. Holloway’s Ointment and Puls.— A Cure for Abscesses, Piles, Fistula, and Soies ■ - The ma-;y sathfactory cures resulting trom the use of i l ' s invaluable Ointment in cases where patients have been suffering from these complaints have induced many medical practitioners to r'.reduce them into the hospitals and 1 their priv. 'e practice ;.and in many instances wi’erc the suffeier .was..considered incurable, Holloway’? Ointment, In 'conjunction, wi.h his Pills, healed the moct : .desperate wounds Thebe medicaments are unequalled for the cure of scrofula 'ami diseases of (be shin. In all cutaneous affections incidental to chi’dren, fro n the sunn’s red gtim 'o ■ t>e complicatinl s:o.butic ti’sease, Ilo'loways Ointment exercises a rcmarhab’y beuef:c : al influence, cooling hflamation,:; relieving iiriitatiori,-' and giving ease to the impatient little sufferer.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 245, 18 January 1881

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