The gentlewoman that lived in Red-Lyon-Court, is removed to Racket Court
The gentlewoman that lived in Red-Lyon-Court, is removed to Racket Court, near Fleet-bridge, the third door on the right-hand. Who hath a most excellent wash to beautifie the face, as many of the greatest quality can testify[:] its virtue is to take out all manner of wrinkles freckles, pimples, redness, morphew, sun-burn, yellowness, or any other accident, caused [t]oo often by mercurial poysonous washes: ...
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[London : s.n., 1690?]