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THE FOUNDATION, PROGRESS AND PRINCIPLES OF THE WASHINGTON TEMPERANCE SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE
 
 
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THE FOUNDATION, PROGRESS AND PRINCIPLES OF THE WASHINGTON TEMPERANCE SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE, AND THE INFLUENCE IT HAS HAD ON THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES.

By a Member of the Society

"I regard the origin of the Washington Temperance Society of Baltimore as the most important event in the history of the great Temperance movement."
                                                Hon. George N. Briggs.

BALTIMORE
PRINTED BY JOHN D. TROY
1842

DEDICATION TO

WILLIAM K. MITCHELL,
JOHN F. HOSS,
DAVID ANDERSON,
GEORGE STEARS,
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL,
JAMES M'CURLEY,

THE FOUNDERS OF THE WASHINGTON TEMPERANCE SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE

THESE PAGES ARE MOST RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR.

ENTERED, according to the Act of Congress, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, by John Zug, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Maryland.

 
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