PROFESSOR OF BOTANY.
OCCULIST, ACCOUNCHEUR, &c.
CITIZEN AND FELLOW OF
MEMBER AND OFFICE
BEARER IN THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY.
(Which distinctions have been
fairly and honourably obtained.)
begs leave to inform the
Inhabitants of Carlow and its Vicinity, that as he has finished his
Course of Lecturers on Botany, he will now practice the different
branches of his Profession in this Town and neighbourhood.
In the course of his long
experience, has given particular attention to the Disorders incident to
Men, Women, and Children, and by his accurate knowledge of Medicine in
general, and the Medicinal Properties of Herbs in particular, from a
perfect acquaintance with Botany, has been enabled to perform many
wonderful Cures; as various Testimonials from respectable Inhabitants in
different parts of Ireland will testify.
During the space of ten months he has,
under Providence, restored above ONE HUNDRED BLIND PERSONS TO SIGHT.
His Cures of Deafness, Lameness, Coughs, Consumptions, Rheumatisms,
Gout, Diabetes, Gravel, Dropsies of every kind, Jaundice, Madness,
Hysterics, Hypochondriac, the various Nervous Complaints, Spitting and
Throwing of Blood, Scurvy,
EPILEPSY, KING’S EVIL CANCERS AND SORES
of long standing have attracted general admiration. He has scarcely ever
failed in any of the numerous disorders he has undertaken to cure. His
easy and safe Medicines, while they cure, strengthen the general tone of
A CERTAIN INVIDIOUS AND PREVALENT
DISEASE, the Doctor removes in
the shortest time possible, with the greatest ease and certainty,
without injuring the Patient by tedious courses of Mercury as is too
often the case with unskilful Practitioners. His mode of Cure is
peculiar to himself. His Patients may, in general, walk about, and do
their ordinary business, without the least danger, the treatment not
having for many years, been known to fail in a single instance.
As Doctor Broom's chief desire is t do
good to his fellow creatures, he earnestly requests that persons into
whose hands this paper may come will show it to those who are labouring
under any desperate disorders; and he has no doubt by they will in a
short time have cause to glorify God for the re-establishment of their
The Doctor has been a successful
Practitioner in MIDWIFERY
for upwards for twenty years: and in any difficult case requests, he may
be called upon, even where there may not be pecuniary means of
satisfying an experienced and regular Professor.
Doctor Broom is to be consulted at Mr.
Clarke's Academy, where he resides.
Carlow, July 22, 1822.