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BUTLER, Richard
Medical advice; with strong cases in point. ... Hayman's genuine original Maredant's Drops; ... the vending and supplying of sub-venders, ... vested in Mr. Richard Butler, Wholesale Medicinal Warehouse, no.4, Cheapside, corner of Paternoster Row, London, ...
[London]: M'Gowen, printer, Church-Street, Blackfriars-Road, [1807].
2, 2, 2, 2 p. ; 22.7cm. (8°)

Drop-head title. The most recent 'case in point' is a testimonial from a Thomas Smith of Fleet Street dated March 2, 1807. Although printed (and issued here) together, each separately-paginated leaf advertises the properties of a different product (viz., in addition to Hayman's Drops, the 'Rev. J. Gamble's British Medicinal Tea', 'Dr. Hodson's Imperial Oil' and 'Holt's Infallible Hooping-Cough Specific'); each could, therefore, enjoy an independent life as a single-leaf flyer. In 1798, John Hayman was living at Golden Square, at or about no. 36, listed as the proprietor of Norton's Drops though the 'vending of them' was 'vested in Mr. Richard Butler, wholesale medical warehouse, no. 4, Cheapside' [1802]. 'Mr. Hayman again resumes it himself' as of 1808.

Copy Notes Bound (and probably distributed) in a copy of the March 1807 issue of The Gentleman's Magazine (q.v., copy 2).

Reference Number 1827


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