1824S. Afr. Commercial Advertiser 28 Jan. 31The Pachters of the District of Albany offer a Reward of One Hundred and Fifty Rixdollars for such information as will lead to the detection and condemnation of persons violating the Pacht Regulations.
1826R. Bourke inG.M. ThealRec. of Cape Col. (1905) XXVII. 80The general substitution of licences to Retailers of Wine and Spirituous Liquors in lieu of the Pacht will..occasion another loss of Revenue.
1827Reports of Commissioners upon Finances at Cape of G.H.II. 57The licences for retail of wine were annually directed to be farmed to four persons, who were not to be wine-growers. This monopoly under the name of ‘Pagt,’ was continued in Cape Town, in the hands of one person, and is still supported in the country districts.
1832Cape of G.H. Lit. Gaz. 1 Feb. 243We would seriously take into consideration the propriety of re-establishing the old Pacht for Cape Town.
1926P.W. LaidlerTavern of Ocean 171You may talk of your pachts...The nectar you sip at the glorious Apollo Is drink for the Gods and will beat them all hollow.
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