By: LICENSED TRADE
2 broadsheets and folio. pp. 1: 1: 3. The first trimmed on the lower inner margin. The first case is an appeal by licensees to allow the sale of alcohol in the customers own vessels due to losses incurred by the use of the licencees’ own container; The second is an appeal for a levelling of duty between imports into London and other [out] ports which disadvantaged London; the third relating to the effect on the quality of wine if not bottled at the place of production.
Title: Three Items Relating to the Licensed Trade. 1. The Case of the Victuallers and Others, Retailers of Ale and Beer Within the Cities of London and Westminster, and Parts Adjacent. 2. The Case of the Merchants, Importers of Wines into the Port of London. 3. Reasons Humbly Offered to the Consideration of the Honourable the House of Commons, Against Part of a Bill now depending, intituled, a Bill for Repealing the Present Duties Payable upon Wine Lees Imported, and Laying new Duties thereon, and for other Purposes, therein mentioned, whereby the Importation of Wine in Bottles is proposed to be prevented.
Author: LICENSED TRADE
Publisher: c. 1725.:
Seller ID: 38396