A poem on intemperance ..
|Main Author:||Biglow, William, 1773-1844.|
|Other Authors:||Harris Collection of American Poetry and Plays (Brown University). Poetry, 1609-1875.|
[Cambridge, Mass.] Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou, 1834
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- The heavy guilt of the sin of drunkenness represented or, the intemperate person's monitor. In five parts. I. A serious Address to the Intemperate. II. The heinous Nature of the Sin of Drunkenness and its Aggravations displayed. III. The vile and ruinous Consequences of it. IV. Counsels and Directions, in Order to the Cure. V. Exhortations and Warnings, with Reflections, Purposes, &c. for the Use of such as wish to be reclaimed. With a preface Of friendly Warning to those who approach near the Crime, and abhor not this and every other evil Way. Published: (1780)
A discourse, delivered before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, May 23, 1832 /
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