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1. A double deception. A double deception.Temperance New York (State) Political activity.

2. Address of the ""Anti-Dramshop Party"" to the independent electors of Oswego County. Address of the ""Anti-Dramshop Party"" to the independent electors of Oswego County.Temperance New York (State) Oswego County Political activity.

3. Address of the Convention of the New York anti-dramshop party : held in the city of Syracuse, August Address of the Convention of the New York anti-dramshop party : held in the city of Syracuse, August 17th, 1870 : to the people of theTemperance United States.

4. Address of the National Temperance Convention : held in Chicago sept, 1st and 2d 1869 : to Address of the National Temperance Convention : held in Chicago sept, 1st and 2d 1869 : toTemperance United States.

5. At the meeting of the ""Church of Peterboro,"" held July 7th, 1849, the following resolutions were passed, At the meeting of the ""Church of Peterboro,"" held July 7th, 1849, the following resolutions were passed, without a dissenting voice.Temperance New York (State) Peterboro.

6. Circular. Circular.Temperance New York (State) Smithfield.

7. Communication from Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan, Esq., on the reformation of the intemperate. Communication from Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan, Esq., on the reformation of the intemperate.Alcoholism. ; Temperance.

8. Controversy between New York tribune and Gerrit Smith. Controversy between New York tribune and Gerrit Smith.Slavery United States. ; Temperance United States.

9. Edward C. Delavan : Peterboro, April 16th, 1852 Edward C. Delavan : Peterboro, April 16th, 1852Temperance New York (State)

10. Edward C. Delavan : Peterboro, May 18, 1857. Edward C. Delavan : Peterboro, May 18, 1857.Temperance United States. ; Liquor laws United States.

11. Edward C. Delavan, Esquire : Peterboro, August 22d 18 Edward C. Delavan, Esquire : Peterboro, August 22d 18Liquor laws Maine. ; Temperance United States. ; Slavery United States.

12. Gerrit Smith has consented to deliver a discourse in the Presbyterian Church in this village on Sunday Gerrit Smith has consented to deliver a discourse in the Presbyterian Church in this village on Sunday the 23d inst. at 11 A.M., in behalf of the religion of reason ... /Slavery New York (State) Anti-slavery movements. ; Temperance New York (State) Peterboro. ; Reason.

13. Gerrit Smith to Dr. Cuyler : temperance and civil gov Gerrit Smith to Dr. Cuyler : temperance and civil govTemperance United States$y19th century. ; Prohibition United States Political aspects.

14. Gerrit Smith to the Anti-dramshop party : a mutual disappointment Gerrit Smith to the Anti-dramshop party : a mutual disappointmentTemperance. ; Political parties United States.

15. Hiram P. Crozier, New-York : Peterboro, August 9, 184 Hiram P. Crozier, New-York : Peterboro, August 9, 184Temperance New York (State) Peterboro Political aspects.

16. How shall Christians vote? How shall Christians vote?Temperance New York (State) Madison County. ; Anti-Dramshop Party (N.Y.).

17. Letter from Gerrit Smith on temperance : to the thoughtful and candid of the Letter from Gerrit Smith on temperance : to the thoughtful and candid of theTemperance. ; Liquor laws United States.

18. Letter from Gerrit Smith to his colored brethren. Letter from Gerrit Smith to his colored brethren.Temperance New York (State)

19. Letter from Gerrit Smith to Rev. Dr. John Marsh. Letter from Gerrit Smith to Rev. Dr. John Marsh.Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements. ; Temperance United States.

20. Letter of Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan. Letter of Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan.Temperance and religion. ; Temperance Biblical teaching.
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