Bound with: The Canadian miscellany, Vol. 1, Nos. 1,2,3, [and] 6, 1828.
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|Pagination||Vol. 2, No. 8, Vol. 3, No. 25 [and] 27, Vol. 5, No. 52, 53 [and] 54.|
|Number of Pages||54|
The Temperance Society (Tyre, N.Y.) Minute Book consists of a single bound volume of minutes from the Temperance Society of the town of Tyre (Seneca County). Collection consists of minute book with newspaper clippings of the proceedings, , of the New York City Temperance Society executive committee. Minutes are a record of the daily activities of the society to restrict the sale of liquor to the public. The Church of England Temperance Society was founded in and reconstituted in In it was united with the National Police Court Mission to form the Church of England Council for Social Aid. On the continent, the earliest temperance organizations seem to have been in existence in Norway and Sweden in and Aberystwyth Auxiliary Temperance Society minute book. Reference: NLW MS B. NLW MS B is composed of papers relating to the Aberystwyth Auxiliary Temperance Society, which was formed in It includes a minutes book, a list of subscribers, rules and a membership card.
Similar Items. Permanent temperance documents of the American temperance society. v. 1 Published: () ; Proceedings of the State Temperance Convention: held in Harrisburg, Pa. -- and of the Pennsylvania State Temperance Union -- Published: () Mechanics' society of the city and county of Lancaster Author: Worner, William Frederic, The Museum possesses the record book of the Niagara Temperance Society for the years of to , it was this organizations mission, or as they called it, “the grand object” was “the suppression of drunkenness and what is termed moderate. SOCIETIES, CLUBS AND LIBRARY RECORDS: Niagara Historical Society records, (F F-1); Niagara Temperance Society Record Book, (F F-2); Niagara Agricultural Society records, (F F-3); Niagara Public Library records, (F F-4); Niagara Golf Club Record Book, (F F-5); Ancient. The Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS) is an educational association founded in to support and promote the use and collecting of numismatic literature. Numismatic literature includes books, periodicals, catalogs and other written or printed material relating to coins, medals, tokens, or paper money, ancient or modern, U.S. or worldwide.
The Drunkard's Progress () by Nathaniel Currier warns that moderate drinking leads to total disaster step-by-step The temperance movement is a social movement against the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Records of the Worthington (section of Berlin, Connecticut) Temperance Society and later the Howard Total Abstinence Society. The Worthington Society recorded their constitution and meeting minutes. The Howard Society met in the same town. Their section also contains meeting minutes and a constitution, as well as a list of members. Book of Record Belonging to the Gayhead Temperance Society Containing the Pledges, Bye Laws, Names etc. Bought August 8th Anno Dominii Robert Webber, secretary. Extract from the original manuscript in the files of the Vedder Library. Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf. Temperance Pledge. The American Temperance Society (ATS), also known as the American Society for the Promotion of Temperance was a society established on Febru in Boston, five years there were 2, local chapters in the U.S. with , members who had taken a pledge to abstain from drinking distilled ten years, there were over 8, local groups and more than .