Mr. Hawkins, in Concord


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  • Description
    Anti-alcohol essay by N.P. (Nathaniel Peabody) Rogers reprinted from the June 25, 1841 issue of the Herald of Freedom, the journal of the New Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society. "The temperance cause must precede the Anti-Slavery movement--or accompany it. A man must be a tee-totaller, before he makes a good abolitionist. Let the abolitionists then cherish the Temperance cause."
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