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" It is in vain that every engine is set to work that philanthropy can devise, when those whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason, and will, soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent spirits.... "
History of the Welsh Sunday Closing Act - Page 127
by Ebenezer Beavan - 1885 - 130 pages
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An Argument Legal and Historical for the Legislative Prohibition of the ...

Frederic Richard Lees - Alcoholism - 1856 - 320 pages
...it also has a negative effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of all the forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...philanthropy can devise, when those whom we seek to benejit are habitually tampering wilhtheirjacnlLiesof Season and Will soaking their brains with...
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An Argument for the Legislative Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic

Frederic Richard Lees - Prohibition - 1857 - 320 pages
...also has a negative ' effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of all the forces ' that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...we seek ' to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of Reason ' and Will soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ' ardent...
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Meliora, Volumes 1-2

Social sciences - 1859
...the same conclusion a writer in the ' North British Review' has arrived, and thus expresses it: ' It is in vain that every engine is set to work that philanthropy can devise, when those whom wo seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason and will, soaking their...
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the band of hope record

Rev. G. W. McCree - 1862
...it also has a negative effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of all the forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason and will, soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent spirits....
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How to stop drunkenness [ed. by T.B. Smithies

Charles Buxton - 1864
...it also has a negative effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of all the forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason and will, soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent...
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The Mothers' treasury

...mischief, but it has a negative effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of alljihe forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason and will soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent...
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The monster liquor list

United Kingdom temperance alliance, ltd - 1864
...community, as it is degrading to us as an enlightened nation. Opinion of Charles Buxton, Esq., MP, Brewer. It is in vain that every engine is set to work that...whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason and will soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent...
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The News magazine, ed. by T. Smith

Thomas Smith (head master of the Classical sch, Peterborough) - 1864
...in an article in the " North British Review," says, " is the mightiest of all the forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine is set to work that philanthropy can devise ; the struggle of the school, the library, and the church, all united against the beer- house and ginpalace,...
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The four pillars of temperance

John William Kirton - 1865
...it also has a negative effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of all the forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of Season and Will soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent...
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The Glory and Shame of England, Volume 2

Charles Edwards Lester - England - 1866
...mischief, but it has a negative effect of great importance. It is the mightiest of all the forces that clog the progress of good. It is in vain that every engine...whom we seek to benefit are habitually tampering with their faculties of reason and will, soaking their brains with beer, or inflaming them with ardent spirits....
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