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celebrated DIETETIC PREPARATION is presented with

the assurance that it is the SAFEST, most NICELY
PREPARED and reliable MEDICINAL FOOD that scientific research
can yield. It has acquired the reputation of being an aliment
the stomach seldom, if ever, rejects, CONDITION NOT EXCEPTED;
and while it would be difficult to conceive of anything in food more
Delicious, or more SOOTHING AND NOURISHING as an aliment
for Invalids, and for the growth and protection of Children, its
rare MEDICINAL EXCELLENCE in Inanition, due to mal-
assimilation, Chronic, Gastric, and INTESTINAL DISEASES,

ESPECIALLY IN CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, CHRONIC
DIARRHEA, and CHOLERA INFANTUM,) HAS BEEN

INCONTESTABLY PROVEN :-often in instances of con-
sultation over patients whose digestive organs were
reduced to such a low and sensitive condition
that the Imperial Granum was the only thing

the stomach would tolerate, when life DRUGGISTS

seemed depending on its
retention.

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New Englander and Yale review

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park
Fisher, Timothy Dwight, Making of America Project

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Othello :-

“Three Great-ones of the Cittie,
(In personall suite to make me his Lieutenant)
Off-capt to him: and by the faith of man
I know my price, I am worth no worsse a place.
But he (as loving his own owne pride, and purposes)
Evades them, with a bumbast circumstance,
Horribly stufft with Epithites of warre,
Non-suites my Mediators. For certes, saies he,
I have already chose my Officer. And what was he?
For-sooth, a great Arithmatician,
One Michaell Cassio, a Florentine.
(A Fellow almost damn'd in a faire wife)
That never set a Squadron in the Field,
Nor the deuision of a Battaile knowes
More than a Spinster. Vnlesse the Bookish Theoricke:
Wherein the Tongued Consuls can propose
As Masterly as he. Meere pratle (without practise)
Is all his Souldiership. But he (Sir) had th' election;
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Evades them, with a bumbast circumstance,
Horribly stufft with Epithites of warre,
Non-suites my Mediators. For certes, saies he.
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