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Report on the best method of proportioning the excise upon spirituous liquors
A Treatise on Adulterations of Food Book Summary: It is really astonishing that the penal law is not more effectually enforced against practices so inimical to the public welfare. The man who robs a fellow subject of a few shillings on the high-way, is sentenced to death; while he who distributes a slow poison to a whole community, escapes has been urged by some, that, under so. The proper name for 'ordinary alcohol' sometimes called 'grain' alcohol, or 'spirits of wine,' constituting between 40 per cent, and 55 per cent, of the volume of whiskey, brandy and the other so-called spirituous liquors, 8 per cent, to 25 per cent, of the volume of wines, 3 per cent, to 8 per cent, of the volume of beers and ales, is ethyl.
Edition used: Benjamin Franklin, The Works of Benjamin Franklin, including the Private as well as the Official and Scientific Correspondence, together with the Unmutilated and Correct Version of the Autobiography, compiled and edited by John Bigelow (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, ). The Federal Edition in 12 volumes. Vol. III (Letters and Misc. Writings ). CHAPTER I. NEW ENGLAND. The writer of an historical essay dealing with the origin of the art of brewing, even in countries of comparatively recent civilization, cannot escape the necessity of taking into account a certain element of mythical obscurity, calculated to throw a legendary glamour around and about the introduction of a beverage, the invention of which has been ascribed by the.
A tax, then, upon whiskey was as odious as a tax upon bread baked on the domestic hearth — if not, indeed, more so. Now, there came a time when the taxes laid upon spirituous liquors had increased almost to the point of prohibition. This was done, not so much for the sake of revenue, as for the sake of the public health and morals. Spirituous liquors; Distilled beverage; Filed under: Liquors. The Ideal Bartender Report[s] of the Royal Commission on Whiskey and Other Potable of the present day. Also shewing the method by which the notice of the excise is evaded, and affording a variety of other valuable information on the subject. (London: Printed for the author.
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Supplementary report on the best method of proportioning the excise upon spirituous liquors. By Charles Blagden Read before The Royal Society, J In consequence of an application from Government to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart.
Title: Report on the Best Method of Proportioning the Excise upon Spirituous Liquors. By Charles Blagden, M. Sec.
and F. Created Date. Report on the best method of proportioning the excise upon spirituous liquors.: By Charles Blagden Read before the Royal Society, Ap Supplementary Report on the Best Method of Proportioning the Excise upon Spirituous Liquors. By Charles Blagden, M. (pp. ) Charles Blagden and George Gilpin.
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Some observations on ancient inks: with the proposal of a new method of recovering the legibility of decayed writings: Supplementary report on the best method of proportioning the excise upon spirituous liquors. By Charles Blagden, Read before The Royal Society, J Tentamen inaugurale, de causa apoplexiæ.
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Full text of "A treatise on adulterations of food and culinary poisons: exhibiting the fraudulent sophistications of bread, beer, wine, spirituous liquors, tea, coffee, cream, confectionery, vinegar, mustard, pepper, cheese, olive oil, pickles and other articles employed in domestic economy ; and methods of detecting them" See other formats.
↑Charles Blagden and George Gilpin "Supplementary Report on the Best Method of Proportioning the Excise upon Spirituous Liquors", Philosophical Transactions.
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Of the former kind are in England the tax upon hawkers and pedlars, that upon hackney coaches and chairs, and that which the keepers of ale-houses pay for a licence to retail ale and spirituous liquors. During the late war, another tax of the same kind was proposed upon shops.
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Asked in Math. The Secretary of the Society, Dr. Chas. Blagden, assisted in arranging experiments for the elucidation of the question, and in presented a first " Report on the best method of proportioning the Excise on Spirituous Liquors."1 It was recognised that ' no method can be accurate except one based upon specific gravities," and the experiments consequently took the form of determining, as accurately as possible.
Excise is derived from the Dutch accijns, which is presumed to come from the Latin accensare, meaning simply "to tax". Excise was introduced in the mid 17th century under the Puritan regime.
In the British Isles, upon the Restoration of the Monarchy, many of the Puritan social restrictions were overturned, but excise was re-introduced, under the Tenures Abolition Actin lieu of rent. THE OTHER VEDAS.
At the beginning of our history, the Aryans indulged in spirituous liquors, perhaps to excess, but the evil consequences and baneful results demonstrated to the thoughtful the necessity of repressing this growing habit and brought about a revulsion of feeling, so that the later Vedas prohibited the use of spirits for the gratification of the senses, saying “wine is unfit to.
Liebmann collection of American historical documents relating to spiritous liquors, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. Sponsor Digitization was made possible by a lead gift from The Polonsky Foundation.
Repository Manuscripts and Archives Division Access to materials Advance notice required. Method of levy of duty. 54, 55 or 60 except on his own knowledge or suspicion or on the complaint or report of an Excise Officer; (b) under Sect 57, 58 or 62 except on the complaint or report of a Collector or other officer empowered under Sect sub-section (2) to investigate the case ; or The Excise (Malt Liquors) Act.
A Treatise on Adulterations of Food Book Summary: To elude the vigilance of the inquisitive, to defeat the scrutiny of the revenue officer, and to ensure the secresy of these mysteries, the processes are very ingeniously divided and subdivided among individual operators, and the manufacture is purposely carried on in separate establishments.
The task of proportioning the ingredients for use. BLAGDEN, Sir CHARLES (–), physician, was born on 17 April In he graduated M.D. at the university of Edinburgh, selecting as the subject of his thesis for the occasion ‘De Causis Apoplexiæ.’.Chapter LIQUOR CONTROL LAW. Liquor control definitions.
(A) As used in the Revised Code: (1) "Intoxicating liquor" and "liquor" include all liquids and compounds, other than beer, containing one-half of one per cent or more of alcohol by volume which are fit to use for beverage purposes, from whatever source and by whatever process produced, by whatever name called, and whether.