An Address to the Society of Friends: On the Temperance Reformation

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Johnston and Barrett, 1840 - Society of Friends - 8 pages
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Page 10 - This meeting has been brought under renewed concern respecting the dreadful evils which result to the community from intemperance, especially from the use of ardent spirits ;* and it recommends to Friends, individually, seriously to examine what it is in their power to do towards diminishing this fruitful source of evil. We consider that abstaining from the use of distilled spirits, except for medicinal purposes, would not only preserve many from a snare into which they might otherwise be drawn,...

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