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GARDEN, forming the article - HORTICULTURE." By signers, and that he is a person of great respectability, and that
Kezius Professor of Natnral History, and Lecturer on Minera- | PATRICK NEILL, L.L.D. F.R.S.E., Secretary to the Cale- I heard him express his unqualified approbation of the effects of
logy in the University of Edinburgh, &c. &c. Copiously illus. donian Horticultural Society. Illustrated with upwards of 60 OLDRIDGE'S BALM in restoring his HAIR. Given under my
trated with Woodcuts. Post 8vo. 6s. cloth.
Woodcuts. Post 8vo. 6s, cloth.

hand and seal of office, at the City of Philadelphia, Dec. 29, 1823.

(Signed) GILBERT ROBERTSON.
AN ESSAY ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF

OLDRIDGE'S BALM causes Whiskers and Eyebrows to grow,
explaining their Construction and Management, being

prevents the hair tuming grey, and the first application makes it
the article under that head in the Encyclopædia, with addi-
tional detalls. By Lieutenant LECOUNT, R.X. F.R.A.S. C.E.

and Notes : being an extension of the article " MUSIC."

Abundance of Certificates from gentlemen of the first respecta-
of the London and Birmingham Railway... Illustrated with By G. F:, GRAHAM, Esq. With numerous Engravings, and

bility in England are shown by the Proprietors, C. and A. OLD-
Woodcuts and Engravings. tero. cloth.
copious Musical Illustrations interspersed with the Text. 4to.

RIDGE, I, Wellington-street, Strand, London, where the Balm
98. boards,

is sold, and hy all respectable Perfumers and Medicine Venders,

Price 38. 60., 6., and ils. per Bottle. No other Prices are
Sir DAVID BREWSTER, L.L.D. F.R.S., Corresponding
Member of the Royal Institute of France, &c. &c. With 14

THOMAS GALLOWAY, M.A. F.R.S., Secretary of the against Counterfeits. -- Ask for OLDRIDGE'S BALM, 1, Wels
Plates. Post svo. 65. cloth,
Royal Astronomical Society. Post 8vo. 68. cloth.

lington-street, Strand, London.

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