"Circa 1868 - Objections To A License Law - National Temperance Society - Pamphlet."
(1159) Circa 1868 - Objections To A License Law - National Temperance Society - Condition: Good Plus This pamphlet was distributed by the National Temperance Society (Organized by James Black in 1865). It contains four pages of listed objections to a License Law for Liquor. It starts by stating "...that traffic in strong drink is an evil, and that it is wrong to license an evil." Continues to present reasons why there should not be a liquor license law. Pamphlet has rough outer edges, but is intact. This pamphlet is #6. and was written by Rev. Wm. M. Thayer. There is a record of Rev. Wm. M. Thayer attending a Funeral in Bellingham on January 21, 1859. The funeral was for a young man who shot a girl friend because she rejected him, and then committed suicide. Also mentioned as preaching in Franklin, MA.
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