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Temperance tracts for the people first series

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Author: New York State Temperance Society
Abstract: Each tract has a distinctive title. Inscribed: "With respects of E.C. Delavan."
Issued Date: 1854
Subjects: Prohibition
Delavan, Edward C. (Edward Cornelius), 1793-1871
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/18046
Description: Table of Contents: 1. Is dealing in intoxicating liquors as a beverage immoral? 2. Legal coercion 3. Moral suasion and legal coercion relatively considered 4. Objections to a prohibitory law considered 5. Facts from the poor-house and the prison 6. The political economy of the Maine law 7. Politics and temperance 8. Farmers and temperance 9. Drinking usages 10. The use of intoxicating liquors as a beverage, never beneficial, but always injurious to a person in health, proved by medical testimony 11. Adulteration of brandy, gin, wine, beer &c. &c. 12. The difference between regulating and prohibiting the sale of intoxicating drinks.

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