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SENDING BAD MEAT TO TIlE LONDON MARKET. At the Guildhall on Thursday, John Seabrook, a butcher, residing at Chelmsford, was summoned before Alderman Einnis by tha Commissioners of Sewers for the City of London, fer sending to the London market for sale the carcase of a pig that was unfit for food. It appeared that the defendant sent to Mr. Titmars, a highly respectable salesman of Newgate-market, the carcass of a pig, on the 30th of May, which was in a very bad state from disease. The insidas of the stomsch and ribs were covered with small ulcers, the ears were inflamed, and the flesh was wet and emaciated. Any person would have noticed it, and' particularly a butcher ought to have saen it. The pustules were full of matter, and tha carcass was brought to Guildhall and condemned. It was contended that defendant was not aware of the condition of the animal, but Mr. Alderman Einnis fined him .810. which was paid.

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