NY: by the Society, . First Edition. 8vo, pp. 17 tracts, each individually paginated. Bound in original leather backed boards, front cover very loose, some light pencil holograph on the endpaper. Little toning, but a good copy. Item #45918
The articles are: Benjamin RUSH, "The Effects of Ardent Spirits upon the human body and mind;" "History of Peter and John Hay;"" On the Traffic of Ardent Spirit;"" The Rewards of Drunkenness; The Well-Conducted Farm; Johnathan KITTREDGE, Address on the Effects of Ardent Spirits;" Rev. Austin DICKINSON, (one of the founders of Amherst College) "Appeal to American Youth on Temperance; ""Alarm to Distillers and Their Allies;" John MARSH, "Putnam and the Wolf: or, The Monster Destroyed;" Edward HITCHCOCK, "Argument Against the Manufacture of Ardent Spirits. Addressed to the Distiller and the Furnisher of the materials;" C. P. M'ilvaine, "Address to the Young Men of the United States, on Temperance;" "Who Slew all These?"; Thomas SEWALL, "Address on the Effects of Intemperance on the intellectual, moral, and physical powers;" Austin, DICKINSON, "A Scripture Argument for Temperance;" John GRIDLEY, "Four Reasons Against the Use of Alcholic Liquors;" Heman HUMPHREY, "Debates of Conscience with a Distiller, A Wholesale Dealer, and a Retailer;" "National Circular Addressed to the Head of each Family in the United States;" "Barnes on the Traffic in Ardent Spirits;"