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Hutchins' Infallible Corn Remedy, 1888?

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PressmarkEvan.6987
Heading or VenueHutchins, Edward Coxhead
TitleJones: Why Brown, whatever is the matter? Brown: I've got some corns and they pain me terribly. Jones: My dear fellow, why don't you get a bottle of "Hutchins' Infallible Corn Remedy?" … One trial of Hutchins' Infallible Corn Remedy will convince the most sceptical of its efficacy in curing hard or soft corns … Edward Coxhead Hutchins (specialist for the cure of corns,) 36, Lower Kennington Lane, near Newington Butts, London, S.E.
Size19 cm.
Date[1888?]
Imprint[London]
IllustrationsWith illustrations of Brown and Jones to accompany the conversation
NotesDifferent from Evan.7051. - Dated in MS.: 88
GenreAdvertisement
SubjectMedicine, Popular
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