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HOW TO MAKE OHEAP PiUM AND T/ Mr. Jousiffe, of 19, Buckingham-street, Adelphil 2, Peter-street, Southwark-bridge-road, appeared. Bow-street, on Saturday, to a summons, at the instar of the excise authorities, charging him with having s to a publican a quantity of treacle or saccharine ma; to be used in the adulteration of beer. As-the defendant pleaded guilty, the facta were i gone "into but Mr. Dwelly mentioned that the.. fendant, who is a manufacturer of vinegar and cord-, had for some time been suspected of supplying ad-Lilte- ing matter to publicans. A watch had been set him, and he had been detected in the act. Mr. D- produced a circular issued by the defendant and h brother, "Charles and George Jousiffe, importers Dàntzic spruce, cordial compounders and makers liquid refined sugar and spirit colouring." Several the articles mentioned; in the circular seemed design*, or the adulteration of spirits. One of the items v Londdn Cream," which was stated to be "highly app ciated by all who have tried it, been flavoured wi the finest juniper berries and other ingredients used ? distillers. To 100 gallons of gin, 17 or 22 U.P., t.. four gallons of London, Cream. Use no-sugar. It wi allow of six or seven additional gallons of liquor, and b superior to any gin. made in the ordinary way. word liquor," as used in the trade, means water.) In making up gin or cordials the liquor should be boiled and used cold." H Concentrated essence of pine.-To 50 gallons of essence, or according to the quantity of liquor used." Concentrated essence of pine, No. 2.— This is the same as No. 1, but contains an artificial heat, which allows an extra quantity of liquor." "Cheap rum.—To five gallons of proof rum add one gallon of liquor and one quart of concentrated essence of pine No. 2." Che,ap, gin.To 10 gallons of 22 U.P. gin, instead of sugar use two quarts oCthe cream and three gallons of liquor," &c. The defendant said that the material which he sold to the publican in question, a Mr. Moore, was nothing but pure saccharine matter. The learned: magistrate said it was an unlawful trade altogether, and of that the defendant must have ber perfectly well aware. The defendant said all publicans used similar gredients and always would do so and if persons ir trade did not take it round to them, they would b' of the grocers. Mr. Dwelly said the grocers did not sell this sort ( saccharine matter, and the publicans did not use ordina sugar. If they could get nothing cheaper than 1 sugar supplied by grocers, it would not pay to adulterate Defendant said at all events he should not sell it an- more. The magistrate inquired if this was Mr. Jousiffe's first offence. Mr. Dwelly said -it was the first time he had beer. detected. He was fined in the mitigated penalty of X125, beh. one-fourth of the full penalty of X500. -n_

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