Temperance tracts

WARE, Henry, et al

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1. The Combination Against Intemperance Explained and Justified. An Address Delivered Before The Cambridge Temperance Society, March 27, 1832 (Henry Ware, Jun., 1833). 2. The Moral Principle of the Temperance Movement. A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of Harvard College, United States, October 17, 1841 (Henry Ware, Junior, 1843). 3. Popular Objections to Total Abstinence Calmly Examined: A Lecture Delivered Before the Total Abstinence Society, Bury, Lancashire, and Published at their Request, by Franklin Howarth, Minister of the Gospel (1840). 4. The Eighth Annual Report of the Bury Abstinence Society, November, 1843. 5. The Ninth Annual Report of the Bury Abstinence Society, November, 1844. 5. The Doctor Scrutinized; Or, For What Purposes Do Physicians Prescribe Alcoholic Beverages? 6. Critique of Dr. Edward Johnson, (The Author of "Life, Health, and Disease") on the Annexed Medical Essay - "For What Purposes Do Physicians Prescribe Alcoholic Beverages?" 7. Newspaper Gleanings of Facts Illustrative of the Effects of Drunkenness Part V. 8. The Christian's Liberty in Relation to the The Temperance Pledge. A Sermon Preached in the Parish Church of Little Walsingham by The Rev. James Lee Warner. 9. Common Sense; A Word to Those Who do Not Think by Proxy; Or, The Temperance Movement - The Public Press - Opium Eating - The Bishop of Norwich - Father Mathew - Ireland - and English Protestants. By a Member of the University of Cambridge.

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  • Date Published: 1833-44
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    Various paginations. 18 cm. Bound in modern burgundy buckram with new endpapers. Ink notations in 8th item.

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