Men, Women, or Children, Feb. 10. 1688.

TRusses of all sorts made easie and fit for those that have Ruptures or broken Bellies, or bearing down in their Privy Parts, that you may go about your Business without pain or trouble, as many have found by Experience, and have made them with good Success about Thirty Years in several Countries, and makes strait Stockins; and very well approved of by the Right Worshipful the President, and Censors of the College of Physicians. And many are spoiled for want of help in time.

By Rich. Collins, from Nine to Twelve at the Bell facing the [...]ch-side at Fleet-Street Bridge; the Afternoon at the Bell in [...] [...]oanses Court in Clarken-well Parish.

Printed with Consent of the President, and Censors of the College of Physicians, in London.

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