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A Publican Fined £ 50.—At the Bilston Police- court, before Messrs. J. Perks and H. Ward, a publi- can named Samuel Burton, of Deep-fields, Sedgley was charged with having in his possession two ounces of grains of Paradise, and two ounces of tobacco for the purpose of mixing them with his malt. Mr. Aloorn the supervisor of Excise, stated that on the 11th of May he visited the defendant's house, and on putting his stick into the vat, he found a. quantity of tobacco and grains of Paradise. He forwarded a sample to the analytical chemist at Somerset-house, London. James < Lacey Tynam said he was an analytical chemist, at Somerset-house, and that he had examined the hops i and found a quantity of grains of Paradise and cut < tobacco. Grains of Paradise would give a fictitious < strength to the ale, and it would require less malt, and the tobacco would give the ale a good colour, and would also stupefy the persons who drank of it. The defendant was fined in the mitigated penalty of £50 < and costa. | ') f:!()'.)¡;I¡ '(' 1"1'

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