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Dictionary of British temperance biography
|Statement||[compiled by] Brian Harrison.|
|Series||Bulletins. Supplements: Aids to research -- no. 1.|
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Dictionary of British temperance biography ('Bulletin' supplements: aids to research / Society for the Study of Labour History) Jan by Brian Harrison. Received an honorary Doctor of Law degree from Loyola University. Died, November 5, J.D.W. Sources: Henry Plauché Dart and William Maden Deacon, Reference Biography of Louisiana Bench and Bar, (); The Sesquicentennial of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, (). ST. ROMES, Joseph Charles, journalist.
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The White Ribbon Association (WRA), previously known as the British Women's Temperance Association (BWTA), is an organization that seeks to educate the public about alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, as well as gambling.
It was founded following a meeting in Newcastle upon Tyne in featuring American temperance activist "Mother" Eliza Stewart.
Sarah Robinson (1 August – 26 November ) was a British temperance set up the Aldershot Mission Institute in to cater to the town's on spent much of the s travelling around British Army camps and garrisons distributing bibles, holding prayer meetings and providing games and reading material to the : 1 AugustPeckham, Surrey.
Temperance -- Biography. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Temperance; Temperance -- History; Biography; Narrower term: Temperance -- United States Read thousands of biographies from the trusted, fact-checked online encyclopedia resource, Britannica Kids, created for students in grades K and beyond.
Novel definition, a fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes. See more. As part of the funding agreement between the Dictionary of Canadian Biography and the Canadian Museum of History, we invite readers to take part in a short survey.
Year book of British Columbia, comp. Dictionary of British temperance biography book (Victoria), “PERRIN, EDITH,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 13, University of Toronto. World Book Online is an engaging, verified, and trustworthy digital resource for grades pre-K through high school.
Become a World Book Insider. Stay up to speed on all we have to offer-plus activities, crafts, and blogs for parents and educators in our newsletter. Her publications include, besides temperance pamphlets and study books, The Frances Willard Centenary Book (), Pioneer Pathways () and Torch-bearers ().
In her later years she promoted the use of fruit juices as an alternative to alcohol, and campaigned for road safety, advocating use of the breathalyser.
WBO Student Loading. The temperance movement is a social movement against the consumption of alcoholic ipants in the movement typically criticize alcohol intoxication or promote complete abstinence from alcohol (teetotalism), and its leaders emphasize alcohol's negative effects on people's health, personalities and family lly the movement promotes alcohol education and it also.
LONGLEY, AVARD, farmer, merchant, orchardist, temperance advocate, and politician; b. 22 Feb. at Paradise, Annapolis County, N.S., son of Asaph Longley and Dorcas Poole; m. first in Hannah Maria Whitman; m. secondly in Charlotte Augusta Troop, and they had at least three children; d.
22 Feb. in Paradise. Avard Longley’s ancestors came to Nova Scotia from New England. temperance reminiscences or glimpses of the past Download temperance reminiscences or glimpses of the past or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Dickens, Charles John Huffam (–), novelist, was born on 7 February at 13 Mile End Terrace, Portsea, Portsmouth (since the Dickens Birthplace Museum), the second child and first son of John Dickens (–), an assistant clerk in the navy pay office, stationed since in Portsmouth as an ‘outport’ worker, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Barrow (–).
Powered by Oxford, Lexico's Dictionary & Thesaurus offers trusted English definitions, synonyms, & grammar guides for native speakers & language learners. Hope definition, the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best: to give up hope.
See more. Its sad that this book hasnt much to recommend itself as a standalone history of the Oxford English Dictionary or as a complement to Winchesters earlier The Professor and the Madman, parts of which this book reuses and the whole of which it takes a short seven pages to recap.
But then, this is a short book.4/5. ‘If you are unable to find a biography, check an encyclopedia or reference book at your library.’ ‘Some of my favorite books are old, gorgeously illustrated encyclopedias and atlases.’ ‘The wooden headboard held many books including, the Bible, a dictionary, encyclopedias, books, songs, and.
Arthur Henry Mee (21 July – 27 May ) was an English writer, journalist and educator. He is best known for The Harmsworth Self-Educator, The Children's Encyclopædia, The Children's Newspaper, and The King's produced other works, most of which had patriotic tone, particularly when discussing the countryside or subjects from : 21 JulyStapleford, Nottinghamshire, England.
Father Theobald Mathew's temperance crusade was the single most extraordinary social movement in pre-famine Ireland, enlisting millions of Irish men and women. Ranking among the more unique and under-examined mass mobilizations of men and women in modern European history, this book, through new and exhaustive research, provides startling insights into Irish culture, society, and politics of.
'Band of Hope Review,' and the 'Onward' series. Others were issued as Social Science Tracts, and some published by the Scottish and the British Temperance Leagues.
Mrs. Balfour's last public appearance was at the Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, in Maywhen she was elected president of the British Women's Temperance League.diligent definition: 1.
careful and using a lot of effort: 2. done in a careful and detailed way: 3. careful and using. Learn more. This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Supplementary Volume, (MUP), Jessie A.
Ackermann (?), traveller, journalist and social reformer, was born possibly on 4 July in Frankfort, Illinois, United States of America, daughter of Charles Ackerman(n), and his wife Amanda, née French.