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 +====== Bread, Sale of ======
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 +Ireland. 1 & 2 Vict. c. 28. "An Act to repeal the several Acts now in force relating to Bread to be sold in //​Ireland//,​ and to provide other Regulations for the making and Sale of Bread, and for preventing the Adulteration of Meal, Flour, and Bread, in that Part of the United Kingdom called //​Ireland//​." ​
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 +s. 7. "And be it enacted, That no Baker or other Person who shall make Bread for Sale in //​Ireland//,​ nor any Journeyman or other Servant of any such Baker or other Person, shall, at any Time or Times, in the making of Bread for sale in //​Ireland//,​ use any Mixture or Ingredient whatever in the making of such Bread other than and except as herein-before mentioned.
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 +On any Account or under any Colour or Pretence whatsoever in the making of such Bread, upon pain that every such Person, whether Master or Journeyman, Servant or other Person, who shall offend in the Premises, and shall be convicted of any such Offence by the Oath, or in case of a Quaker by Affirmation,​ of One or more credible Witness or Witnesses, or by his, her, or their own Confession, shall for every such Offence forfeit and pay any Sum not exceeding Five Pounds nor less than Fifty Shillings, or in default thereof shall, by Warrant under the Hands and Seals of the Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices before whom such Offender shall be convicted, be apprehended and committed to the House of Correction, or some Prison of the City, County, Borough, or Place where the Offence shall have been committed, or the Offender or Offenders apprehended.
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 +There to remain for any Time not exceeding Three Calendar Months, with or without hard Labour, from the Time of such Commitment, unless the Penalty shall be sooner paid, as any such Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices shall think fit to order; and it shall be lawful for the Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices before whom any such Offender or Offenders shall be convicted to cause the Offender'​s Name, Place of Abode, and Offence to be published in some Newspaper or Newspapers which shall be printed or published in or near the City, County, Borough, or Place where the Offence shall have been committed.
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 +And the Proprietor and Proprietors,​ Printer and Printers, and every other Person or Persons concerned therein, are hereby authorized to print and publish the same when he, she, or they is or are required so to do by or by the Order of such Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices; and he, she, or they is and are hereby indemnified from any Prosecution or Prosecutions for printing and publishing the same or causing the same to be printed and published in such Newspaper or Newspapers by from any Person or Persons whomsoever, any Law, Statute, or Usage to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding;​ and the Costs and Charges of such printing and publishing shall be paid out of such last-mentioned Penalty or Forfeiture, in case any shall be so forfeited, paid or recovered.
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 +s. 11. "And be it enacted, That every Miller, Mealman, Flour Factor, or Baker in //​Ireland//,​ in whose House, Mill, Shop, Stall, Bakehouse, Bolting-house,​ Pastry Warehouse, Outhouse, in Ground or possession any Ingredient or Mixture shall, after due Examination,​ be adjudged by any Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices of the Peace to have been deposited there for the Purpose of being used in adulterating Meal, Flour, Dough, or Bread, shall, upon being convicted of any such Offence, either by his, her, or their Confession, or by the Oath, or in case of a Quaker by Affirmation,​ of One or more credible Witness or Witnesses, forfeit and pay on every such Conviction any Sum not exceeding Ten Pounds nor less than Forty Shillings for the First Offence, Five Pounds for the Second Offence, and Ten Pounds for every subsequent Offence, or in default of Payment thereof shall, by Warrant under the Hand and Seal or Hands and Seals of the Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices before whom such Offender shall be convicted, be apprehended and committed to the House of Correction or some Prison of the City, County, or Place where the Offence shall have been committed.
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 +The Offender or Offenders shall be, there to remain for any Time not exceeding Three Calendar Months, with or without hard Labour, from the Time of such Commitment, (unless the Penalty be sooner paid,) as any such Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices shall think fit and order; and it shall be lawful for the Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices before whom any such Offender shall be convicted to cause the Offender'​s Name, Place of Abode, and Offence to be published in some Newspaper or Newspapers which shall be printed or published in or near the City, County, Borough, or Place where the Offence shall have been committed.
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 +The Proprietor or Proprietors,​ Printer or Printers, and every other Person and Persons concerned therein, are hereby authorized to print and publish the same when he, she, or they is or are required so to do by or by the Order of such Magistrate or Magistrates,​ Justice or Justices; and he, she, or they is and are hereby indemnified from any Prosecution or Prosecutions for printing and publishing the same or causing the same to be printed and published in such Newspaper or Newspapers by or from any Person or Persons whomsoever, any Law, Statute, or Usage to the contrary notwithstanding;​ and the Costs and Charges of such printing and publishing shall be paid out of such last-mentioned Penalty or Forfeiture, if any such shall be so forfeited and paid or recovered." ​
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