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" that the Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely excluded spirits from the fur countries to the north, over which they have exclusive control, "to the great improvement," as Sir John Richardson states, '' of the health and morals of their Canadian... "
The Household monitor of health - Page 205
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1891 - 406 pages
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On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and disease, prize essay

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851
...expressly provided that no fermented liquors shall be used by the parties who proceed upon them; and that the Hudson's Bay Company have for many years...exclusive control, "to the great improvement," as Sir J. Richardson states, " of the health and morals of their Canadian servants and of the Indian tribes."*...
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On the Use and Abuse of Alcoholic Liquors, in Health & Disease, Prize Essay

William Boyd Carpenter - Psychology - 1851 - 264 pages
...expressly provided that no fermented liquors shall be used by the parties who proceed upon them; and that the Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely excluded spirits from the fur-countries to the north, over which they have exclusive control, "to the great improvement," as...
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The physiology of temperance and total abstinence

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1853
...coffee, particularly the former, is by far the best beverage he can take in these climates." Again, the Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely excluded spirits from the fur-countries to the north, over which they have exclusive control; " to the great improvement," as...
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Alcohol: its place and power

James Miller - Alcohol - 1858 - 151 pages
...peculiarly subject to be frost-bitten and otherwise injured." And once more to quote from Dr. Carpenteró" The Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely...control; ' to the great improvement,' as Sir John Eichardson states, 'of the health and morals of their Canadian servants and of the Indian tribes.'...
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On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and diseases

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1860 - 154 pages
...expressly provided that no fermented liquors shall be used by the parties who proceed upon them ; and that the Hudson's Bay Company have for many years...exclusive control, " to the great improvement," as Sir J. Richardson states, " of the health and morals of their Canadian servants and of the Indian tribes."...
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Alcohol: its place and power

James Miller - Psychology - 1861
...peculiarly subject to be frost-bitten and otherwise injured." And once more to quote from Dr Carpenteró" The Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely...their Canadian servants and of the Indian tribes.'" The latest authority on this subject is one in all respects most competentóDr Rae, of the Arctic...
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On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and disease, by William ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Alcohol - 1866 - 178 pages
...expressly provided that no fermented liquors shall be used by the parties who proceed upon them ; and that the Hudson's Bay Company have for many years...exclusive control, " to the great improvement," as Sir J. Richardson states, " of the health and morals of their Canadian servants and of the Indian tribes."...
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Textbook of Temperance

Frederic Richard Lees - Temperance - 1869 - 312 pages
...diminish the waste of the solids of the body, but my experience leads me to a contrary conclusion. The Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely excluded spirits from the fur-countries in the north, over which they have exclusive control, to the great improvement of the...
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TEXT-BOOK OF TEMPERANCE

DR. F.R. LEES - 1869
...diminish the waste of the solids of the body, but my experience leads me to a contrary conclusion. The Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely excluded spirits from the fur-countries in the north, over which they have exclusive control, to the great improvement of the...
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Bacchus dethroned. 1st Teare prize essay

Frederick Powell - Psychology - 1871
...otherwise injured." (Prof. Miller, Alcohol, its place and power, p. 160J Dr. Carpenter informs usó" The Hudson's Bay Company have for many years entirely...north, over which they have exclusive control, 'to tlie great improvement,' as Sir John Richardson states, ' of the health and morals of their Canadian...
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