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OF THIS TBULY WONDSBUL MIDICIUM
Iv er lay aih beaee ii leI
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ENT communieate throughbthe Blood, Sweat, Urine.
und other Fluids and juices of the sa theigerer
fie, for itrepairslthe wasrtesof the body withbewasa
sound materiaL Serofula. SyphillI. ConsumpUe,
Olsadular diseue, a tlcers n theI thres, Mout. Ts
mors. Nodea i sth OGladandad ethartsofthes yter
LOre iyes, Strlumrousdnihrge s os ear, ae
the wort forms of Sina dihsals, Pruatloo , Fu
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Aene, Blacktpnol, Wormastn the fle, Tumonrs, _
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the l lle, are wlthl Glie 1 euatve u thois.
wonderot odern Chemistry, andatew days' usewi
provetoay persoa pingla~treithber oflhb lerd
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