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" We shall all become a community of drunkards in this town, unless something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance ! "
The Temperance Reformation of this XIXth Century: The Fulfilment of Divine ... - الصفحة 13
بواسطة Lebbeus Armstrong - 1845 - عدد الصفحات: 16
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The Temperance Reformation: Its History, from the Organization of the First ...

Lebbeus Armstrong - 1853 - عدد الصفحات: 465
...'Armstrong, I have come to see you on important business." Then lifting up both hands, he continued, " We shall all become a community of drunkards in this...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance I" This alarming address of Dr. Clark (like the grain of mustard-seed alluded to of old), contained...

The Liquor Problem in All Ages

Daniel Dorchester - 1884 - عدد الصفحات: 656
...at the house, bcwith the earnest important business." Then, lifting up both hands, he exclaimed, " "We shall all become a community of drunkards in this...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance ! " After such an introduction he proceeded to develop the plan which he had been revolving in his...

Alcohol in History: An Account of Intemperance in All Ages; Together with a ...

Richard Eddy - 1887 - عدد الصفحات: 469
...pastor, Rev. Lebbeus Armstrong, of the Congregational Church, to whom he. communicated his conviction : " We shall all become a community of drunkards in this...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance." Developing his plan of a Temperance Organization, his efforts was seconded by his pastor and others,...

The Cyclopædia of Temperance and Prohibition: A Reference Book of Facts ...

Walter W. Spooner - 1891 - عدد الصفحات: 671
...called to see his friend in Moreau, Rev. Libbeus Armstrong, and startled him with the declaration : " We shall all become a community of drunkards in this...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance." Mr. Clark proposed the formation of a temperance society, and with the co-operation of Rev. Mr. Armstrong...

Temperance Progress in the Century

John Granville Woolley, William Eugene Johnson - 1903 - عدد الصفحات: 517
...own. Discussing the matter with his pastor, the Rev. Lebbeus Armstrong, he declared that " We >hall become a community of drunkards in this town, unless...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance." As a result of this conference, the Temperance Society of Moreau and Northumberland was organised on...

Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association ..., المجلد 6

New York State Historical Association, New York State Historical Association. Meeting - 1906
...Armstrong, I have come to see you on important business.' Then, lifting up both hands, he continued: 'We shall all become a community of drunkards in this...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance.' " The poet has sung in soul-stirring numbers of the midnight ride of Paul Revere. There are, indeed,...

The Spirits of America: A Social History of Alcohol

Eric Burns - 2009 - عدد الصفحات: 344
...Armstrong. Clark knocks at the preacher's door, bursts inside, and utters these words: "Mr. Armstrong, I have come to see you on important business. We shall...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance!" The quote, complete with italics and exclamation point, is from Reverend Armstrong's book, The Temperance...
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Proceedings of the ... National Temperance Convention, المجلد 5،الجزء 1865

1865
...Lebbeus Armstrong, "I have come to see you on important business. There is danger that we all shall become a community of drunkards in this town, unless...something is done to arrest the progress of intemperance." Something was done by that minister and that Christian physician. A society was formed, a pledge or...




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