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A Collection of Hymns, for Temperance Meetings.
1835
 

Temperance Hymn. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 7.5". Printed in two columns.
1844
 

To the Inhabitants of Boston. The Boston Young Men's Temperance Society...William F. Otis, President...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 10" x 8-1/2".
1833
 

Proposal to Form a Temperance Society. Haddam, Conn., March 5, 1832. Sheets 7.5 x 13 in. folded in half, 8 pp. Ink, legible. Pages browned; overall very good.
1832
 

To John G. Curtis, Preston Armour, Asahel C. Stone, and Geo. W. Ellinwood...Commissioners of Excise of the Town of Smithfield, County of Madison, and State of New York. [Caption title]. Sq. 4to broadside.
1841
 

Advertisement of an Honest Rumseller. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12” x 9," text printed within an ornamental border. Old folds, sheet toned, some spotty foxed, margins a bit worn. Withal, very sound.
1850
 

Order of Exercises at the Washingtonian Celebration of the Fourth of July, in Ipswich [Mass.] [Caption title]. Broadside, 10-3/8” x 7," caption and text within an ornamental border. Margins cropped right down to border, otherwise very good.
1840
 

Songs for Cold-Water Celebrations. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, text in three columns.
1840
 

Washington Total Abstinence Society, of the City of Pittsburgh; Formed, July 28, A.D. 1841. Pledge. We do pledge ourselves, as Gentlemen, that we will not drink any Spirituous or Malt Liquors, Wine or Cider. [In manuscript: James Reeder] Pres’t. J.J. Ashbridge Sec’y. [Complete text]. Illustrated 4to broadside.
1841
 

Investigation into the Fifteen Gallon Law of Massachusetts, Before a Joint Committee of the Legislature...Upon the Memorial of Harrison Otis Gray and Others for Repeal of the Law: With the Arguments of Franklin Dexter & B.F. Hallett, As Counsel in Support of the Memorial. Published by Direction of the Committee for the Memorialists.
1839
 

Lecture to "Fellow Citizens" by "President of this society". N.p. N.d. Ca. 1863. 7.5 x 12.5 inches, hand sewn at left. Watermarked paper. 8 pp. Browned, legible ink.
1863
 

ANON. "Licensed Houses." An Examination of the License Law of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. First published in the Boston Courier, Dec. 1832. By M.L.V.
1833
 

APPLETON, JESSE. An Address, Delivered Before the Massachusetts Society for Suppressing Intemperance...May 31, 1816.
1816
 

BAKER, THOMAS L. Account Book: Washington Reformed Temperance Society and Farming Accounts (supplied title). 1843-1870. About 35 pp. Farming, about 10 pp. Temperance Minutes. 10 loose scraps, receipts. Notebook, 6.25 x 8 in. Ink & pencil. Board covers, calf spine. Cover well worn, spine worn, chipped at bottom. Pages browned.
1843
 

BARNUM, P.T. Barnum's Appeal to the Democratic Electors of Connecticut! [Folio broadsheet, four columns on each side].
1852
 

BEAVER MEADOW COMPAN Regulations For Pay, Mechanics, Laborer's Work and Contracts; also, for Engineers and persons employed on the Trains of the Beaver Meadow Company. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, printed in two columns, with typographical border.
1840
 

BEECHER, HENRY WARD. Seven Lectures to Young Men, on Various Important Subjects; Delivered Before the Young Men of Indianapolis, Indiana, During the Winter of 1843-4.
1844
 

CHANNING, WALTER. ALS from Channing to Emery Washburn, Esq. Boston, Massachusetts, August 20, 1838. Legal sheet folded. Ink script. Back sheet bears red postmark paid Boston. Small hole, mended tear with no loss, good.
1838
 

CHAPMAN, E.N. Antagonism of Alcohol and Diptheria.
1878
 

CHIPMAN, SAMUEL. Report of an Examination of Poor-Houses, Jails, &c., in the State of New York, and in the Counties of Berkshire, Massachusetts; Litchfield, Connecticut; and Bennington, Vermont, &c. Addressed to Aristarchus Champion, Esq., of Rochester, N.Y. [Third Edition.]
1835
 

DELAVAN, EDWARD C. A Report on the Trial of the Cause of John Taylor vs. Edward C. Delavan, Prosecuted for an Alleged Libel; Tried at the Albany Circuit, April 1840...
1840
 

DELAVAN, EDWARD CORN One Page ALS, 4to (about ten lines); "Dear Professor". Ballston Center, [NY]. Aug. 23, 1841. Folds. Pencil note at top; "From Mr. E. C. Delavan the Great Advocate of Temperance". Ink.
1841
 

DOW, NEAL et al. Proceedings of the First Meeting of the General Committee, Appointed by the World's Temperance Convention, with Their Address...
1854
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Address Delivered Before the Charlestown Temperance Society, January 31, 1831.
1831
 

FISKE, JOHN. Tobacco and Alcohol. I. It Does Pay to Smoke. II. The Coming Man Will Drink Wine.
1869
 

GILES, CHARLES. The Convention of Drunkards: a Satirical Essay on Intemperance. To which are added, Three Speeches on the Same Subject; an Oration on the Anniversary of American Independence; and an Ode on the Completion of the Erie Canal. Third Edition.
1852
 

GREGORY, JOHN. The Bramble. To which is added a Letter to Rev. Thomas Whittemore, an Answer to the Hoe, a Sermon on Temperance...and a Reply to certain Editors who noticed the Bramble.
1837
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS S. Address on the Patriot Character of the Temperance Reformation...
1833
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS. Bound Volume of Fifteen (15) Works, 1829-33, on Nullification, Pacifism and Religion, including two referred to by Merle Curti, writing in DAB, quoted below.
1829
 

HALL, EDWARD BROOKS. The Temperance Reform; Being a Review of Rosanna, or Scenes in Boston....
1840
 

HAWKINS, JOHN HENRY. The New Impulse: or Hawkins and Reform: a Brief History of the Origin, Progress, and Effects of the Present Astonishing Temperance Movement, and of the Life and Reformation of John H.W. Hawkins, the Distinguished Leader....
1841
 

HORNKOHL, FRED. Diary with Description of Legal Case of S. Adler Liquors. St Joseph, Missouri, 1875. Printed Pocket Diary with Flap. 3 x 6 inches. 89 pp. Ink. Wear and small tears to cover. Slight  fading, overall good, legible.
1875
 

JEWETT, CHARLES, M.D To Retailers. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11” x 7," text in two columns within an ornamental border. Sheet browned and stained. Old folds, Some marginal chips and tears, only slightly affecting image.
1835
 

JEWETT, CHARLES. Speeches, Poems, and Miscellaneous Writings, on Subjects Connected with Temperance and the Liquor Traffic.
1849
 

LAWTON, EDWARD. Lectures on Science, Politics, Morals, and Society.
1862
 

LYNN, CORRA !. Durham Village; a Temperance Tale.
1854
 

MARSH, JOHN. Temperance Hymn Book and Minstrel; a Collection of Hymns, Songs and Odes, for Temerance Meetings and Festivals.
1841
 

MARSH, JOHN. Temperance Hymn Book and Minstrel: a Collection of Hymns, Songs and Odes, for Temperance Meetings and Festivals.
1841
 

MASSACHUSETTS. Constitution of the Kingston Temperance Society, with a List of Officers & Members for 1834.
1834
 

MILTZ, CASPER 1803-a Holograph Petition Signed by Seventy-Five Citizens to Keep Open a Tavern. To the Court of Common Pleas for Knox County, [Ohio], n.d. Ca. early 1830s. 1 p. large 4to. Ink, browned but bright, legible.
1830
 

MUSSEY, REUBEN D. Prize Essay on Ardent Spirits, and Its Substitutes as a Means of Invigorating Health. [Wrapper title].
1837
 

RYAN, ABRAM. The Sword of Robert Lee. By "Moina."* *Father Abram Ryan of Knoxville, Tennessee, Author of the celebrated lines on the "Conquered Banner." [Caption title] 8vo broadside, six six-line stanzas.
1868
 

SARGENT, L.M. Address Before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, Delived May 27, 1833. Third Edition.
1833
 

SELDEN, R.E. Jr. An Address Before the Middlesex Association, for the Promotion of Temperance; Delivered at Essex, February 17th, 1829.
1829
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Address to the National Temperance Convention Held in Chicago Sept. 1st and 2d, 1869, To the People of the United States. Slavery is gone, but drunkenness stays. There are a million drunkards in our land....[Caption & beginning of text].
1869
 

STEVENS, WILLIAM. The Unjust Judge: or, the Evils of Intemperance on Judges, Lawyers, and Politicians. By a Member of the Ohio Bar.
1854
 

TATUM, DAVID. Striking Providences and Touching Incidents. The Sunshine and Shadow of Life. Twentieth Thousand Issued.
1894
 

WARREN, JOHN C., LEM A Letter to the Mechanics of Boston, Respecting the Formation of a City Temperance Society. From a Committee of the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance.
1831
 

WARREN. The Physiological Effects of Alcoholic Drinks, from the British and Foreign Medical Review of Dr. Forbes; with Documents and Records of the Massachusetts Temperance Society, Illustrating the Origin of the Temperance Reformation, and Its Progress in the State of Massachusetts.
1848
 

WEEMS, M.L. The Drunkard's Looking-Glass; Being a Faithful Likeness of the Drunkard, in Sundry Very Interesting Attitudes....Sixth Edition, Greatly Improved.
1818
 

WILLIAMS, MOSES. The Cracked Jug, Or Five Answers to My Neighbor Parley's Five Letters, Cracking His "Fifteen Gallon Jug," With a Preface, and a Congratulation." By "Neighbor Smith."
1838
 

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