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040    Uk-ES|cUk-ES|dCStRLIN|dCengage Gale 
100 1  Hanway, Jonas,|d1712-1786 
245 14 The great advantage of eating pure and genuine bread, 
       comprehending the heart of the wheat,|h[electronic 
       resource] :|bWith all its flour. Shewing how it may 
       contribute to the health and profit of the people and the 
       increase of the quantity of bread, preserving infants from
       the grave, by destroying the use of allum, and the 
       ingredients to whiten our present wheaten bread: proposing
       to end the contest amicably, by allowing, upon proper 
       authority, a farthing on a quartern loaf more than seems 
       to be provided for by the present act, with respect to the
       proportion of 7d. for the standard, and 8d. for the 
       wheaten bread. Second edition, with additions. By Jonas 
       Hanway, Esq 
260    London :|bSold at Mrs. Woodfall's, at Charing-cross; J. 
       Brotherton and Sewell, near the Royal-Exchange; and at the
       pamphlet shops,|cMDCCLXXIII. [1773] 
300    58p. ;|c8⁰ 
500    Price in square brackets: (Price One Shilling.) 
500    Reproduction of original from Library of Congress 
510    English Short Title Catalog,|cT221511 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mich. :
       |cCengage Gale,|d2009.|nAvailable via the World Wide Web.
       |nAccess limited by licensing agreements.|7s2009    miunns
650  0 Bread industry|xCorrupt practices|zGreat Britain|vEarly 
       works to 1800 
650  0 Bakeries|xLaw and legislation|zGreat Britain|vEarly works 
       to 1800 
650  0 Bread|vEarly works to 1800 
752    Great Britain|bEngland|dLondon 
856 40 |uhttp://find.galegroup.com/ecco/
       source=library&userGroupName=twnsc183|zFull text online