The Ramrod Broken; or, the Bible, History, and Common Sense in Favor of the Moderate Use of Good Spiritous Liquors
Boston, Albert Colby and Company, 1859. 1st edition. Hardcover. pp. 300.Small 8vo,,Bound in original blind stamped brown cloth, with gilt titling,The author calls himself a 'New England journalist', and is referred to in the Publisher's Advertisement as '..one of the most popular editors in New England'. Chapters on wine and spirits, tea & coffee, receipes for 'domestic liquors', the 'unconstitionality of prohibition', etc. Scarce title - hard to find. Ill.: b&w frontispiece. Bds. bumped, edge-worn & scuffed. Binding a bit sprung. Conts. show minor age-toning; else in good/good plus condition.
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