Title

Wine-vaults vindicated: remarks upon the partial and arbitrary conduct of magistrates with respect to publicans licences, brewers leases, &c. with a refutation of the cruel and unjust aspersions cast upon the retailers of wines and spirits; remarks upon the evidence before the police committee; with critical observations on the resolution and proceedings of the county magistrate respecting Wine-vaults, the opinions of the Attorney-general, Mr. Serjeant Best, and the common Serjeant; Mr. Bowels's pamphlet, &c. &c. Addressed to the Hon. H.G. Bennett, M.P.

Date

1816

Description

90 pp.

Publisher

London : Hughes, Moore, Jones and Chapple

Language

English

Rights

Public domain

Citation

Maxwell, John Irving, “Wine-vaults vindicated: remarks upon the partial and arbitrary conduct of magistrates with respect to publicans licences, brewers leases, &c. with a refutation of the cruel and unjust aspersions cast upon the retailers of wines and spirits; remarks upon the evidence before the police committee; with critical observations on the resolution and proceedings of the county magistrate respecting Wine-vaults, the opinions of the Attorney-general, Mr. Serjeant Best, and the common Serjeant; Mr. Bowels's pamphlet, &c. &c. Addressed to the Hon. H.G. Bennett, M.P.,” The Harriet Tubman Resource Centre Digital Archive, accessed February 17, 2019, http://digital.tubmaninstitute.ca/items/show/280.

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