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Intemperance at Meredith Bridge, 1836
A document titled "Plain Facts, In relation to the state of intemperance at Meredith Bridge, ascertained by a committee recently appointed for that purpose". The introduction to the document reads: "The whole population ...
Liquor License - Montreal, 1805
A license to sell liquor in Montreal in the year 1805. The license is for Jean Baptiste Bureau and is signed by Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Lower-Canada, Robert S. Milnes.
Music Score - The Drunkard's Home, As it was Temperance Song and As it is Chorus
(W.W. Whitney, 111 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio, 1868)
A music score called "The Drunkard's Home" by Frank Howard. The front cover of the score has an illustration of two different experiences. One side of the illustration appears to be a family sitting by the fire as the ...
The Vintage in France: Bordeaux and the Claret Districts
An article about the wine culture in France and the many districts known for their quality wine. The article focuses on Bordeaux wine making and includes illustrations of the city of Bordeaux and The Chateau Lafitte, ...
Illustration - "Grape Culture - A new Source of Canadian Wealth"
An illustration from the "Canadian Illustrated News" that shows a group of individuals "gathering the fruit" and then a "scene in the vineyard".
Duty Distillery Act - Canada, 1844
The act begins: "An act to amend the laws now in force imposing a Duty upon Distilleries in any part of the Province of Canada".
Act of Parliament Preventing Private Distillation, Scotland, 1824
(George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1824)
The Act begins: "An Act to continue, until the Tenth Day of November One thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, certain Parts of an Act of the Third Year of His present Majesty, among other Things for the preventing private ...
L'Encyclopedie Contemporaine - Les Eaux-De-Vie Des Charentes
An article, in french, about the history and richness of Cognac.
Hedges & Butler Advertisement
An advertisement for Hedges & Butler, Wine Merchants to the Queen, in London, England. The advertisement lists the prices for: Sherries, Ports, Clarets, Champagnes, Burgundies, and Madeiras.
The Vineyards of Champagne
An article with illustrations that discusses the vineyards of Champagne. The article remarks on the history of wine, regions where the grapes are grown, and the types of wines produced by the vineyards. There are sixteen ...