An address to the public, on the subject of the starch and hair-powder manufacuturies

Publication Date1795
RemainderObviating some late erroneous statements, and conceptions that these manufactures, considerably operate to the consumption of bread-corn; and demonstrating their extensive importance to corn-growers, and factors, and utility to the public in general; with cursory strictures on a late publication by the Reverend Septimus Hodson, and animadversions on another late pamphlet, entitled, "Hints respecting the distress of the poor." By John Hart, Fenchurch-street
PublisherPrinted for, and sold by B. Corcoran, near the corn-market, Mary-Lane.-Also by J. Owen, Piccadilly; T. Bellamy, King-street, Covent-Garden; W. Flexney, opposite Gray's-Inn, Holborn; and at No. 20. Paternoster-Row


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