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Advertisement for inoculation against Cow or Kine Pox
Page, Benjamin
March 27, 1801
Published by The Kennebec Gazette, Hallowell
Location of original: Houghton Library, Harvard University
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Dr. Ben. Page, jun.
INFORMS the Public, that he has again
commenced the Inoculation for the Cow
Pox; and will inoculate and attend the after
management of whole families at their res-
pective houses, or individuals at his own
house. He has obtained a fresh supply of
Cow Pock matter.

For Sale, by appointment, at
B. PAGE'S Medicinal Shop
Lee's Patent Bilious Pills.

The virtues and efficacy of these Pills,
as an easy, safe and mild purgative, and their
usefulness, in removing those complaints which
originate from bilious redundancies in the
stomach and bowels and organs of digestion, are well
known, and their utility as a convenient fa-
mily medicine, acknowledged by all classes
of people.

Hallowell, March 18.


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