Author My friend a physician
Title Poison detected, or, Frightful truths, and alarming to the British metropolis in a treatise on bread, and the abuses practised in making that food as occasioning the decrease and degeneracy of the people, destroying infants, and producing innumerable diseases : shewing also, the virtues of good bread, and the manner of making it : to which is added, a charge to the confederacy of bakers, corn-dealers, farmers, and millers, concerning short weight, adulterations, and artificial scarcities, with easy methods to prevent all such abuses / by my friend, a physician. [electronic resource] :
Imprint London : Printed for Mess. Dodsley [and 4 others], 1757
Descript 75 p
Note Conjecturally attributed by Higgs to P. Markham, M.D
Sometimes attributed to John Wilkinson.--Cf. Filby, F.A. A history of food adulteration and analysis, 1934
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 09232
Higgs, H. Bibl. of economics 1427
OCLC, 24899537
s2005 miunns Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements
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Subject Bread
Bread industry -- Corrupt practices -- Great Britain
Bakers and bakeries -- Great Britain
Food adulteration and inspection -- Great Britain
Alt Author Markham, Peter, fl. 1758
Wilkinson, John, 18th cent
Alt Title Frightful truths, and alarming to the British metropolis
Poison detected