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, no. 20 Washington Street, 1859.
Small octavo (19.5 x 13.5 cm.), 300, 12 pages. FIRST EDITION. The publisher's advertisement refers to the anonymous journalist as "...one of the most popular editors in New England". Chapters on wine and spirits, tea and coffee, recipes for 'domestic liquors', the 'unconstitutionality of prohibition', etc. Some staining to edges of first few leaves; light foxing, otherwise clean and sound. In publisher's blind-stamped, gilt-titled brown cloth. [OCLC locates thirty-seven copies].
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