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" I do not mean by this that extreme indulgence which produces drunkenness. The habitual use of fermented liquors to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce that condition, and such as is quite common in all ranks of society, injures the body... "
History of the Welsh Sunday Closing Act - Page 100
by Ebenezer Beavan - 1885 - 130 pages
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The Mothers' treasury

...habitual use of stimulants far short of what is necessary to produce that condition ; and this, he says, injures the body and diminishes the mental power to an extent which he thinks few people are aware of. To this indulgence he attributes a large proportion of some of the...
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The Journal of Education for Ontario, Volumes 25-26

Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, John George Hodgins, Adam Crooks - Education - 1872
...far short of what is neceesary to produce that condition, and such as is quite common in all ranke of society, injures the body and diminishes the mental power to an extent to which, 1 think, few people are aware of. Such, at all events, is the result of my observation during...
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London Medical Press and Circular, Volume 67

1873
...says, " The habitual use of fermented liquors to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce drunkenness, and such as is quite common in all ranks...and diminishes the mental power to an extent which I think few people are aware of . ... I have no hesitation in attributing a very large proportion of...
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Health and long life, or how to live for a hundred years

R. Scott Chrystal - Longevity - 1874 - 78 pages
...habitual use of fermented liquors to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce that condition, and such as is quite common in all ranks of society,...and diminishes the mental power to an extent which I think few people are aware of. Such at all events is the result of observation during more than twenty...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 8

1875
...habitual use of fermented liquors to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce that condition, and such as is quite common in all ranks of society, injures the body and diminishes mental power to an extent which I think few people are aware of. " science, as expounded by its recognised...
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The lady's every-day book, by the author of 'Enquire within', assisted by ...

Robert Kemp Philp, J. Bennett - 1875
...habitual use of stimulants far short of what is necessary to produce that condition ; and this, he says, injures the body and diminishes the mental power to an extent which he thinks few people are aware of. To this indulgence he attributes a large proportion of some of the...
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WORKING PEOPLE AND THEIR EMPLOYERS

WASHINGTON GLADDEN - 1876
...habitual use of fermented liquors, to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce that condition, and such as is quite common in all ranks of society, injures the body, and diminishes the medical power, to an extent which I think few people are aware of. Such, at all events, is the result...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 62-64

Henry Allon - 1876
...held to be quite within the limits of strict moderation. Sir Henry further adds that such habitual use injures the body and diminishes the mental power to an extent which few people arc aware of ; and that it is in reality the determining cause of a very large proportion of the most...
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Alcohol and the State: A Discussion of the Problem of Law as Applied to the ...

Robert Carter Pitman - Alcohol - 1877 - 411 pages
...habitual use of fermented liquors to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce that condition, and such as is quite common in all ranks of society,...and diminishes the mental power to an extent which, I think, few people are aware of. Such, at all events, is the result of observation during more than...
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The temperance witness-box

Charles Bullock - 1879
...fermented liquor to an extent far short of what is necessary to produce that condition and such is quite common in all ranks of society injures...and diminishes the mental power to an extent which I think few people are aware of. Such, at all events, is the result of rny professional experience...
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