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Economy. Gedge's price current for Dec. 1800. Catalogue of genuine teas, coffees, chocolate, sugars, spices, Rices, Sago, Fruits, and a variety of other articles, With the several Prices affixed, sold at R. C. Gedge & Co.'s Tea and Grocery Warehouse, The Grasshopper, No. 149, Cheapside, opposite the Old Change, near St. Paul's Church-Yard, London, with an allowance of I Ounce over Weight, given to every pound of tea. The Nobility, Gentry, and Families in general, who will honour R. C. Gedge and Co. by calling or sending for this Pamphlet, will find, on perusal, that the Goods are sold on lower terms than at most other Warehouses in the Kingdom. To which is annexed, The Family companion; or, The Art of making British Wines, Vinegars, &c. Mostly from Fruits and Flowers, the natural Growth of England. Which are equally wholesome, pleasant, and useful, as Foreign Wines, and may be made at one half the price that English made Wines are usually sold at by the Wholesale-Venders thereof, who are compelled to pay a high Duty for the same, which does not attach on private Families.
- R. C. Gedge & Co.