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Tax has been levied on eider for a few short periods only, and consumption is thus known for relatively few years. 5 pints in some of the intervening years; and it enjoyed abrief increase to 4 pints at the end of the First World War. 6 Cider has been taxed since that year. Spirits Before the Restoration the consumption of spirits was small, but after 1660 consumption, mainly of brandy, increased. 1 In 1688 William of Orange became king and encouraged the production of gin by issuing charters to divert the surplus Engtish grain for its production; in 1690 imports of foreign spirits were prohibited.
In the West, where transient farm labourers are more widely utilised, the skid row populations are more transient than in the East or Mid-West. Today, the men on the Bowery form a heterogeneous population composed of six distinct groups: old pensioners, resident workers, transient workers, full-time alcoholics, young black men, and drug addicts. 5 This classification is based on the mens' perception of themselves and their fellow Bowery residents. Furthermore, the behaviour of the men supports this classification system, for the members of each group share corresponding values, behave in similar ways, and associate mostly with each other.
W. Clutton. Flav. , 3 (1972),454 8. E. Burton. The Georgians at Home, Arrow, London (1973) 9. , London (1862) 10. H. A. Monckton. A History 0/ English Ale and Beer, Bodley Head,London(1966) 11. , London 12. , London (1857) 13. , London (1973) 14. First Abstract 01 Historical Statistics (eds B. R. Mitchell and P. Deane) Cambridge University, Cambridge (1962) 15. The British Economy Key Statistics 1900-1970, Times Newspapers, London (1971) 3 Drinking Schools* Peter Archard 'Bottle gang' and 'drinking school' are synonymous terms, respectively applied by American and British skid row inhabitants to group drinking.
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