The Wine Question in the Light of the New Dispensation by John Ellis (1886)

7B2CE300-97BE-4E97-AD59-60E2862B00F2-256Five Works in One Volume:

Pure Wine—Fermented Wine and Other Alcoholic Drinks (1880);

The Wine Question in the Light of the New Dispensation (1882);

Reply to the Academy’s Review (1883);

Intoxicants, Prohibition, and Our New Church Periodicals During 1884—85 (1885) and;

Deterioration of the Puritan Stock (1884).

 

Publisher: Published by the Author, New York

Edition: 1886

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The Divine Law as to Wines by George Whitefield Samson (1880)

DB8577F8-595D-45DC-95CB-837F36DD127B-256Full title: The Divine Law as to Wines; Established by the testimony of sages, physicians, and legislators against the use of fermented and intoxicating wines, confirmed by their provision of unfermented wines to be used for medicinal, and sacramental purposes.

 

 

 

 

Publisher: National Temperance Society and Publication House, New York

Edition: 1880

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The Worship Of Bacchus A Great Delusion by Ebenezer Clarke (1877)

2A7BB604-DA98-4F0F-8F18-AA6E59204459-256The dedication at the front of this book reads:

“The writer humbly hopes that this work may be useful not only to the general reader, but that it may also aid in their labours of love those who have time and opportunity to impart information in addresses to our various Bands of Hope and Temperance Organisations.”

 

Publisher: James Clarke & Co., London

Edition: 1877

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Bacchus: An Essay on the Nature, Causes, Effects, and Cure of Intemperance by Ralph Barnes Grindrod (1838)

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The dedication at the front of this book reads:

“This work is respectfully dedicated to the officers and members of the American Temperance Societies, whose unparalleled exertions in the cause of morals and religion, and whose efforts to exterminate the most fruitful source of human misery, the use of intoxicating liquors, will ever ensure them the grateful affections of mankind, and the regard and admiration of posterity.”

 

Publisher: J. Pasco, London

Edition: 1838

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