Distilling, Illicit -- Ireland. : An act to prevent the distilling of spirits from wheats, oats, bear, barley, malt, beans, and pease, or from any potatoes, meal or flour of wheat, oats, bear, barley, malt, beans, or pease, for a limited time.
Distilling, Illicit -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : Serious thoughts upon a subject truly interesting to the welfare of Ireland : submitted to the consideration of both houses of Parliament; but more particularly to the country gentlemen. By a friend to the yeomanry.
Distilling industries Employees -- See also the narrower term Distillers
Distilling industries -- England. : Case of the lowland distillers in Scotland : humbly submitted to the consideration of the committee of the honourable the House of Commons, appointed to inquire into the state of that manufacture.
Distilling industries -- Ireland. : A remedy for the distilleries of Ireland : which, at present, labour under such disadvantages, as to be called a disease, in an official pamphlet, Just Published, Intitled, Observations on A letter to the Duke of Portland, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, so Far as the same Relates to the Subject of Revenue, &c. By the author of the Letter to the Duke of Portland.
Distinguished Service Order. : New Zealand and the Distinguished Service Order : being a record of New Zealanders and those associated with New Zealand, appointed as Companions of the Distinguished Service Order / compiled by J. Bryant Haigh & Allan J. Polaschek ; additional research and publication, John D. Wills ; additional research and photography, Brian P. Connor.