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, hb cloth. Ill.: b&w frontispiece. Bound in original blind stamped brown cloth, with gilt titling. Small 8vo, pp. 300. Bds. bumped, edge-worn & scuffed. Binding a bit sprung. Conts. show minor age-toning; else in good/good plus condition.
¶ 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.
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Keywords: Prohibition Liquor Booze Drinking Alcohol Temperance NHMED