SUBJECTS (1-10 of 10)
Bread industry -- Corrupt practices -- Great Britain
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The Cries of the public in a letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle.

London : Printed for the Register-Office, 1758
1758
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An essay on bread wherein the bakers and millers are vindicated from the aspersions contained in two pamphlets : one intitled Poison detected : and the other, The nature of bread honestly and dishonestly made : proving the impossibility of mixing lime, chalk, whiting and burnt bones in bread, without immediate discovery : with plain and easy experiments to discover alum and other admixtures in bread, instantly : to which is added, an appendix, explaining the vile practices committed in adulterat
Jackson, H. (Henry)
London : Printed for J. Wilkie, 1758
1758
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3
 

An Essay on monopolies, or, Reflections upon the frauds and abuses practised by wholesale dealers in corn and flour

London : Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, and sold by M. Cooper, 1758
1758
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A final warning to the public to avoid the detected poison being an exposure of the many dangerous falsities, base assertions and gross impositions industriously propagated from a venal pen, in an infamous pamphlet, called, An essay on bread, wherein the millers and bakers are said to be vindicated, &c.
Markham, Peter, fl. 1758
London : Printed for M. Cooper, 1758
1758
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The great advantage of eating pure and genuine bread comprehending the heart of the wheat, with all its flour ...
Pownall, Thomas, 1722-1805
London : Sold at Mrs. Woodfall's, J. Brotherton and Sewell, 1773
1773
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Important considerations, upon the act of the thirty-first of George II. relative to the assize of bread

London : Printed for G. Woodfall, 1767
1767
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Important considerations, upon the act of the thirty-first of George II. relative to the assize of bread

London : Printed for G. Woodfall, 1767
1767
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A Letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Esq, one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of state : relating to the abuses practised by bakers, corndealers, farmers, and millers in consequence of a pamphlet, intitled, Poison detected, which that confederacy is supposed to have endeavoured to suppress.

London : Printed for M. Cooper, 1757
1757
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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 e
My friend a physician
London : Printed for Mess. Dodsley [and 4 others], 1757
1757
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Syhoroc, or, Considerations on the ten ingredients used in the adulteration of bread-flour, and bread to which is added, a plan of redress, including a method to prevent effectually future artificial scarcities, and to relieve parishes of their rates, by employing their poor ...
Markham, Peter, fl. 1758
London : Printed for M. Cooper, 1758
1758
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