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Alcoholism -- Early works to 1800
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[A]dmonitions against swearing, sabbath-breaking, and drunkenness, Designed for the benefit of such, as are guilty of one or more of these vices. [By] James Stonhouse, M.D. rector of Great and Little Cheverel, Wi[l]tshire
Stonhouse, James, Sir, 1716-1795
London : [Pri]nted for F. and C. Rivington, booksellers to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, at the Bible and Crown, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard; by [B]ye and law, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell, 1800
1800
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Admonitions against swearing, sabbath-breaking, and drunkenness, Design'd for the benefit of such, as are guilty of one, or more of these vices. By James Stonhouse, M.D
Stonhouse, James, Sir, 1716-1795
Bristol : Printed by S. Farley, in Castle-Green; and sold by E. Palmer, bookseller, in Wine-street Frederick and Bull, in Bath; J. and F. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-yard, London, [1774]
1774
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Admonitions against swearing, sabbath-breaking, and drunkenness, designed for the benefit of such, as are guilty of one, or more of these vices. By James Stonhouse, M.D
Stonhouse, James, Sir, 1716-1795
London : Printed for John Rivington, bookseller to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, at the Bible and Crown (No 62) in St Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCLXXIV. [1774]
1774
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Bacchus bountie describing the debonaire dietie of his bountifull godhead, in the royall obseruance of his great feast of Pentecost. Necessarie to be read and marked of all, for the eschuing of like enormities. By Philip Foulface of Ale-foord, student in good felloship
Foulface, Philip
At London : Printed [by T. Orwin] for Henry Kyrkham, and are to be solde at his shop, at the little north dore of Paules Church, at the signe of the black Boy, 1593
1593
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A Disswasive from the horrid and beastly sin of drunkenness

[London : Printed and sold by J. Downing in Bartholomew-Close near West-Smithfield, 1701]
1701
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The drunkard's character, or, A true drunkard with such sinnes as raigne in him viz. pride. Ignorance. Enmity. Atheisme. Idlenesse. Adultery. Murther. with many the like. Lively set forth in their colours. Together with Compleat armour against evill society. The which may serve also for a common-place-booke of the most usuall sinnes. By R. Iunius
Younge, Richard
London : Printed by R. Badger, for George Latham, at the Bishops-head in S. Pauls Cuhrchyard [sic], 1638
1638
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Englands bane: or, The description of drunkennesse. Composed and written by Thomas Young, sometimes student of Staple. Inne
Young, Thomas
London : Printed by W. I[ones] for Thomas Bayly, and are to be sold at his shop in the Middle-row .., [1634]
1634
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Englands bane: or, The description of drunkennesse. Composed and written by Thomas Young, sometimes student of Staple-Inne
Young, Thomas, student of Staple Inn
London : Printed by William Iones, and are to be sold by Thomas Baylee, at the corner shop in the middle rowe in Holborne, neere adioyning vnto Staple Inne, 1617
1617
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An essay on the abuse of spirituous liquors Being an attempt to exhibit, in its genuine colours, its pernicious effects upon the property, health, and morals, of the people, with rules and admonitions respecting the prevention and cure of this great national evil. By A. Fothergill, M.D.F.R.S. Member of the Royal College of Physicians; of the Medical Societies of London, Edinburgh, and Paris; of the Philosophical Societies of Manchester, Philadelphia, &c
Fothergill, A. (Anthony), 1732?-1813
Bath : Printed by R. Cruttwell, MDCCXCVI. [1796]
1796
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Foure treatises tending to disswade all Christians from foure no less hainous then common sinnes; namely, the abuses of swearing, drunkenesse, whoredome, and briberie. Wherein the greatnes and odiousnesse of these vices is discouered; and the meanes and remedies; which may either preserue, or weane men from them, are propounded. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of anger.
Downame, John, d. 1652
At London : imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for William Welby, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the Greyhound, 1608
1608
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Foure treatises tending to disswade all Christians from foure no lesse hainous then common sinnes; namely, the abuses of swearing, drunkennesse, whoredome, and briberie. Wherein the greatnes and odiousnesse of these vices is discouered; and the meanes and remedies, which may either preserue, or weane men from them, are propounded. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of anger. By Iohn Dovvname Batcheler in Diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word
Downame, John, d. 1652
At London : Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, for William Welby, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard at the signe of the Greyhound, 1609
1609
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Foure treatises tending to disswade all Christians from foure no lesse hainous then common sinnes; namely, the abuses of swearing, drunkennesse, whoredome, and bribery. Wherein the greatnesse and odiousnesse of these vices is discouered; and the meanes and remedies, which may either preserue, or weane men from them, are propounded. Whereunto is annexed a treatise of anger. By Iohn Dovvname Batcheler in Diuinity, and preacher of Gods word
Downame, John, d. 1652
At London : Imprinted by W. Hall and I[ohn] B[eale] for Michaell Baker, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Greyhound, 1613
1613
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The glasse of mans folly and meanes to amendment, for the health and wealth of soule and body. This glasse of mans folly, is that we may know, the cause of the cruelty, which dayly doth flow. ..
B. H., fl. 1595
London : Printed by T. C[reede] for I. H[arrison], 1615
1615
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Hippesley's drunken man. So here I am, after all, thanks to a strong brain, a steady gait, and sober understanding! ...
Hippisley, John, d. 1748
[London] : Printed by R. Bassam, St. John's Street, West Smithfield, [1800?]
1800?
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Hippesly's drunken man[.]
Hippisley, John, d. 1748
[London] : Printed at No. 50, Bishopsgate Street within, London, [1800?]
1800?
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A letter [to] the public
Fenwick, Richard
Dunleary : Printed by John Boston, 1756
1756
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A letter to the Right Honourable John Ponsonby, Esq; speaker of the Honourable House of Commons; concerning the abuse of spirituous liquors. By William Henry, D.D. rector of Urney, F.R.S
Henry, William, d. 1768
Dublin : Printed for Peter Wilson, in Dame-street, MDCCLX. [1760]
1760
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Von Beschwerligkeit vnd Vberduss des Hofflebens, vnd Lob des Feldbaws oder Landsitzes, das ist, Wie das Hoffleben zuverlassen, vñ hergegen ein ruhig Privatleben auff dem Lande zuerwehlen sey
Guevara, Antonio de, Bp., d. 1545?
Lübeck : [s.n.], 1600
 
1600
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By the King. A proclamation for the suppressing of disorderly and unseasonable meetings, in taverns and tipling-houses, and also forbidding footmen to wear swords, or other weapons, within London, Westminster, and their liberties
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
London : printed by John Bill and Christopher Barker, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty, 1660
1660
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A strange and true relation of one Mr. John Leech who lived in Huntington-Shire, at a place called Ravely, not farre distant froom Huntington Town, who was (about ten dayes agoe) carried twelve miles in the ayre, by two finnes, and also of his sad and lamentable death. attested by persons of unquestionable credit, who have hereunto set their hands. John Webber Jeffery Hobkins Robert Shipton Gent. Frances Hall James Smith Thomas Cracroft Yeo

London : printed for Fr. Grant, and are to be sould at the Royal-Exchange, Westminster-Hall, and Fleetstreet, 1662
1662
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The swearer and the drunkard, two brethren in iniquity, arraigned at the bar, or, A charge drawn up against those two great sins of these nations, swearing and drunkenness wherein is laid open the heinousness of these sins, by several agravations [sic], and the dangerous consequences which will ensue upon the same : to the end that swearers and drunkards my be perswaded to repent in time, and not wilfully destroy their own souls : very seasonable and profitable to read
Killiray, Matthew
London : Printed for W. Thackeray ..., 1673
1673
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A treatise against drunkennesse described in its nature, kindes, effects and causes, especially that of drinking of healths : to which are added two short sermons of S. Augustine's, De tempore
Scrivener, Matthew
London : Printed for Charles Brown, bookseller in Cambridge, [1685]
1685
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Zwey schöne Tractätl

München : Niclacz Hainrich, 1601
 
1601
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