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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian -T' H Vv-V 'i I TO R, T WM formerly evinced, that the cjamoar raifed by the mak diltillery agiinft the ftoppagc of their ftiils, ai if inch a law re an infringement upon libeny and pro- ffy, is without fgafoQ. The, every country are the :hett judges what and what is not, for the benefit of the any fet of ssss ind within their jurifdidkm, exercifing ailing or occupation tending to the hurt ininMijifdW; ..ft been fenaMt I to tic up their hands tj him to emer more fohj for a total abortion of a trade rhat cannot'thrive without the dtJ tit national i ffl to me, is lows. They of pot-afti and quick- itme aa equal quantity, which they place in a furnace, and pour boiling water upon this i uw nicy oow are aiilolvee: or, ac the general praaicis, the'mix toiled are diflbtVed, theu liduoi- holered confirmi the '1 tfpii, That heithtr ehreiiri nor promifes cipabfe of waking any impreftott n wretches, who drink their rtafod underiUndmg. Thty grow deaf to aH k oblige td lanfert then' own dHiWaWe itate, they the qualms with that mixtuie of infernal that bane of morality and reiffchrn. rttta from the ftifl; debaoched inhabitants: therefore the ricJate and! decreafe in proportion he decay of fheie. 1 appeal to all peis i in metropolis, and other ;QS of whether r Were ftot OtJiged to employ mnA J- wheti the wad at liberty, t A to who are khown to have ft pahents and.jrmries to___, _ babes.! Mow mocking who ftttwiO aj uillcnosyn, that, Shall Grunue______ iucb a deififtattoij e? thf of not health and wfeok of people or the ftilt to i ,r chatitabie perfon, to pawn them ne pennyworth of gin healtMf the people fuffijrs extreme- his T theife remarkable and lives, tp'Xrepible cravings for fuch li- iofe to eur? the gf, ihe Jjfft: tr laudanum, nor arfeoic, will kill been ed; of jrnetlipd of fay the umHirries, to ojve i A ifjr9pf advantages in the of thtr .4n4 -tp make the fpirk -upon P 1_' VI ftill, is real pojfoa and number oJT ftjops or admi- nifterbg were fo common at that dmev that there were 500 out of iooo houfes, in of St Giles in th aodf if wecan ft a inclinatiotu of ii was the preitrvation of fubjecls fj imaM, which gave rife to where- by magiftfates are impowered to burn I deftroy rotten mutton, meafly porfc and other corrupt and unwholeibmc viah'ds, and parties fhat expofe them to fale; and certainly this jpower neither is, nor ought to be, abridged in, regard to the poifonousor unwholefQir.e quality, of liquor.% which have, been proved .to jbe the juin of fo many thoufands, highly prejiidiciaho the interett of the nafcon in genefaJ} and -to every fingle pejrfon, except ihofe >ns by i it w hardly to be doobced tmt the wifdom.of the parliament, having all piher ways will jpil the dilUllcrs to havd the bodies and corrupt the orihe people: which is well the London grand jurjr, who in their lemmcBts in That to the peffilcious of drinlnng fpj liquors is chiefly owing, that our. daft of people are eefecbJed aod di will noe _ bcur an honeH: livelihood; which Is principal rcafon of the great increafc of jbe poor. That fervantsare corrupted and bjifeed to cheat and rob their matters. That the nation in time of war might want ftrong and iutfy folders; the EWSPAPER N E WSPAPERfl fi C H1V1
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