Image: Kavalkade vor Schloss Heiligenberg by Allbrecht Adam, 1831
WAINWRIGHT's STAFFORDSHIRE CORDIAL, AND ROYAL ENGLISH MEDICINE FOR HORSES, WHICH has been given with unprecedented success in the most dangerous stages of the Sleeping or Raging Staggers, Gripes, Colds, Coughs, Fevers, and all disorders originating in colds, or from grazing in marshy wet meadows, or after severe exercise in racing, hunting, working in coaches, post chaises, or waggons, hard riding, &c. and is universally acknowledged to be the greatest restorative to exhausted nature, and the most valuable horse medicine ever known. Mr. NEWMAN, of the Green Man Inn, Barnet, near Lon- don, one of the principal Posting Houses on the Great North Road, has authorised the Proprietor to inform the Public, that he has used the above medicine for several years among his own Horses with such complete success, that he feels him- self warranted in recommending it to the Notice of Post and Stage Coach Masters, Carriers, Horse Dealers, Farmers, and all others who employ a number of Horses, as the most valu- able thing of the kind he ever met with. Sold at the Original Warehouse for Genuine Medicines, No. 10, Bow Church Yard, London; also by Drewry, Pike, Derby; and by all the principal Country Booksellers and Druggists—Price 2s. 6d. the bottle.
Source: The Derby Mercury, Wednesday 27 March 1822