Distilled Spirituous Liquors the Bane of the Nation:: Being Some Considerations Humbly Offer'd to the Hon. the House of Commons. By which it Will Appear, I. That the Landed Interest Suffers Greatly by the Distilling of Spirituous Liquors. II. From a Physical Account of the Nature of All Spirituous Distilled Liquors, and the Malignant Effects They Have Upon Human Bodies. III. From the Several Disorders and Immoralities Occasioned by this Sort of Excess, - that All Ranks and Orders of Men are Concerned in Using Their Utmost Endeavours to Put an Immediate Stop to It. To which is Added, an Appendix, Containing the Late Presentments of the Grand-juries of London, Middlesex, and the Tower-Hamlets: Together with the Report Made by His Majesty's Justices of the Peace at Hick's Hall, Jan. 1735-6..

J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane.
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