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British Industrial History

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C. J. Hewlett and Son

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of 35-43 Charlotte Road, London, EC2. Telephone: Bishopsgate 4753. Cables: "Pepsine, Finsquare, London"

1832 Established by Charles J. Hewlett.

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Hewlett's Medical and Veterinary Specialties; "Mispep" for Dyspepsia; "Hewlix" vitamin elixir;; "Hewsol" germicide; Hewlett's Cream, for the skin; "Vitonagen" tonic; "Heptagen" aperient; "Tussi-Rube" linctus; "Formalgar" gargle; "Hewvite" capsules; Druggists' Sundries. (Olympia, Ground Flori, Stand No. A.1345) [1]

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