Vintner Trickd Ward Henry Comedian : (By permission.) At the theatre in Baltimore, on Thursday evening, the 26th of December, 1782, will be presented, the tragedy of Zara ... To which will be added, a farce (never acted here) called The vintner trick'd; or, The white fox chas'd. ... [electronic resource]
Vintner, Turner. : Gods revenge vpon his Parliaments and peoples enemies by the examples of some great malignants whom God hath punished to give others warning [electronic resource] : being a true relation of foure citizens of London dwelling on Ludgate-hill that went to Oxford and with others as ill affected as themselves, drank healths to the confusion of the Parliament : as they came home one of them broke his leg, another broke his backe, and the other two fell mad, all remaining in a miserable condition : together with the like example of the Lord Hopton at Madbury neere Plymouth and one M. Turner Vintner at the Halfe Moone at Oxford : also the discovery of a bloudy plot against the city of London.
Vintners -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of the proposing, threatning, and perswading the vintners to yeeld to the imposition upon wines. [electronic resource] : Declaring, the dislike of the generality of retailers, and whatsoever they either did or suffered therein, was meerly by compulsion. And heereby is also truely set forth their great, and almost insupportable losse by this imposition. Together with the extreame wrongs and injuries they have suffered in their arreare-money, in their meat-money, and by medium-wine.
Vintners -- South Africa -- Cape of Good Hope. : Hendrik Cloete, Groot Constantia and the VOC 1778-1799 : documents from the Swellengrebel archive = Hendrik Cloete, Groot Constantia en die VOC, 1778-1799 : dokumente uit die swellengrebel-argief / edited and introduced by G.J. Schutte ; English translation by/Engelse vertaling deur: N.O. van Gylswyk and D. Sleigh.