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Distilled spirituous liquors the bane of the nation: being some considerations humbly offer'd to the legislature. By which it will appear, I. That the landed interest suffers near a million a year, by the distilling, compounding and vending of spirits ... II. A physical account ... of the nature of all distill'd spirituous liquors, and the malignant effects they have upon human bodies
2d ed., improv'd and enl.; with a new introd. To which is added an appendix, containing the late presentments of the Grand-Juries of London, Middlesex, and the Tower-Hamlets: together with the report made by His Majesty's Justices of the Peace at Hicks's Hall, Jan. 1735-6.
Author Wilson, Thomas, 1703–1784
Date 1736
Format Book (108 pages)
Language English
Subject Social Sciences
Contributor University of California Libraries