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28 Apr. 1816 1

App
Dean

I. Andrews.

1.
Instances produced to shew
the moral operation of
the catechism on political
minds

1. Productive of intolerance
p.1

2.
2. Mischief shewn
in the ensuing instance
is more complicated
It operates into two
situations sacred and
profane. Begin with
Sacred. p.1

3.
Case. Against
Brewer Abbot information
by the excise
Board in t6he Exchequer
for employing revenue
— defrauding and health
injuring ingredients
p.2

4.
To stop prosecution
Memorial by Defendant
to Treasury, backed by
letters from six co-intercessors
— At the
head Dean Andrews —
Rector of St. James's.
p.2

5.
By Andrews letter
not stated a belief
that defendant was
not guilty: intercessor
knows nothing about
the matter: yet persuaded
defendt. is not
to blame. p.2

6
Declared reasons for
interference.
1. To prevent evil a duty
viz. not the defrauding
the revenue — not the endangering
health. —


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I. Andrews

7.
"But the lessening
"of influence" viz. 'of a
useful man." p.3

8.
Not said what
influence not to
what applied. But
this is known by
situation of addresser
and addressee: viz.
Treasury Secretary.
p.3

9
Not said protegé
is not guilty: said
1 He is not to blame
i:e in defrauding
revenue, injuring
fair trader, poisoning
lieges no blame
p.4

10 —
Assigned cause of
blamelessness:
1 poisonees only Ale-
drinkers — 2 Source
of prosecution, Malice
p.4

11.
Quere. Ale drinkers
why not worth regarding?
p.5

12.
See as above situation
of Addresser and addressees.
In drinking ale, no
blame: if yes, so good
a man would not have
believed brewed yet. p.5

13.
Sole reason why the
health of the customers
is not worth-regarding
is — that they are poor
and mean. p.5


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I. Andrews.

14.
(Inference. Andrews
never drinks ales:
if yes he would not
thus despise ale-drinkers.)
p.5

15.
Inference deducible
relative to Treasury.
But the material
difference is not between
drinking ale and drinking
none; but between
drinking and not
drinking the dearer
liquours. p.6

16 —
As to the information
having its source
in malice see the
application to Vansittart.
p.6

17.
Strange beyond conception
that such sentiments
should, particularly
from such a quarter
be expressed. — p.7

18.
No wonder there being
entertained: sole wonder
there being expressed
p.7

19.
Necessary causes of
such expression —
1 Addresser thoroughly
impregnated with them,
2 Do. fully confident
offending adressee do.
p.7.



Identifier: | JB/007/008/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 7.

Date_1

1816-04-28

Marginal Summary Numbering

1-19

Box

007

Main Headings

church of englandism

Folio number

008

Info in main headings field

cat

Image

001

Titles

andrews

Category

marginal summary sheet

Number of Pages

1

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

d1

Penner

Watermarks

john dickinson & c<…> 1813

Marginals

Paper Producer

a. levy

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

1813

Notes public

ID Number

2952

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