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tfEATuraa ooaas iMBirGBi ■fEATI G'S OOUOB;, LOZMfOBS ""' IfEATIHbS COUGH LOZESGEff^ IfEATIWS OOUGH LOOENGES-. , I/EATING'S OOUGH LOZENGE&' 94, Oommcroi»l Road, Peckham, ivly 12,183 ft, " Dear Sir,-J *M po« h»«A »*> "Pf•«? ing may feeluup oa £*f«'i I shoold llkd to thank to*, f«r yver kxMgoi h»r« don* wonder* for m te ?eli<mnfl mf twrible cough. Bino» I h*4 fee opanitiou o 'Tracheotomy' (thuovno ca tb» kt« Empffot of Germany, wad 'cnliLo bio, »b»»k Go 4» I am still »liv« and **) P**»m>«4 , at St.Barthclomcv'a H«pi*»l f«f bdo«#, «, paralysis *f the ywr*l, «kMN)«, #o*n* oould ponibly .l»r» hos 0 react +i*l«»fr ooogh j mde^l *V« •»b*A thaiik dui> # exhausted »•. Uu rjra«ft ,»ks whi<* wa f - very •opioM sad feaj4, >st»,b«£S'wlt«ieqi and I hate hotk alle to iid of it %iWioni difficulty.—l am, sir, yourt traijy , ' "';' ■" Mr T. Kekting;^ '- . '/«J. p%.; +

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 26 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 26 May 1890

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