The London Mediical Record, 15tli Ja1iuMy, 1877, writes upon THE "SPECIALITE" CHAMPAGNE, "The Specialite Champagne recently introduced by the well-known firm of Feltoe and Sons of Albemarle Street is u most agreeable and wholesome cham– pagne, possessing the natural refreshing vinous flavour and bouquet peculiar to high-class wines. It is of medium dryness, avoiding the extremes which suit only a minority of wine-drinkers, but is sufficiently dry to suit the palate of the instructed connoisseurs. It is extremely well suited for use by invalids, for whom the valuable qualities of a high class of champagne are so often found useful. It will be found to compare somewhat more than advan– tageously with the choice brands which have secured an old r eputation and command the highest prices! The value of a brand is more strongly felt in respect to champagne than perhaps in regard to any other wine, owing to the peculiarities of the manufacture of champagne, which leaves open a large field to the skill of the maker. This excellent wine will, we believe, maintain and enhance the reputation of the 'Specittlite' brand." 50s. per Dozen. Q'he "CASH SYSTEM." Carriage Paid. The Medical E:camiiner, Ma;rclt 8, 1877, writes upon the "SPECIALITE" SAUMUR CHAMPAGNE, "Messrs. Feltoe and Sons' Saumur Champagne is precisely the wine that is wanted. It is light, not too sweet, yet not so absw·dly Clry as some of the brands in the market; exhilarating without containing much alcohol, and free from any unpleasant aftertaste. It is exactly the wine for invalids who rec1uire a rapidly diffusible stimulant, whilst for general consumption its sound character and pleasant properties will render it, we believe, a great favourite both with the medical profession and the public." ' This Innocent, Refreshing, and Delicious Wine is far Superior and totally Different to all other Saurnur Champagne. THE PRICE IS THE SAME AS THE .... ,.,. "SPECIALITE'' SHERRY, the reputation of which wine makes criticism or praise quite unnecessary. "FREE FROM ACIDITY .A.ND HE.A.T."-Britislt Medical Journal. "VA-LU.ABLE to the Meal of a P.A.TIENT suffering from DYSPEPSIA." -Mediical T imies. " It bas .A.TT.A.I.NED and DESERVES a great MEDICAL REPUT.A.- TION."-London Medical Record. ' 30s. per Dozen. The" CASH SYSTEM." Carriage Paid. FELTOE AND SONS, Sole Importers, ALBEMARLE ST., W.; 126, BISHOPSGATE ST., E.C. MaNClI.ESTER :-110, King Street. BRIGHTON :-67, King's Road. Established 63 Y ears. Messrs. Feltoe and Sons were appointed Purveyors of the Specialit6 Sherry to ~he British Refreshment Department of the Paris Exhibition, 1878.