An epistle to the fair-sex on the subject of drinking

Publication Date1744
RemainderIn which the particular consequences of this most prevailing custom are fully and fairly exposed in the following characters, viz. In a young woman of quality. A gentleman's daughter. The daughter of a rich tradesman Of a middling Tradesman. Of a common Tradesman. A House-Keeper. A Lady's-Woman. A common Servant A married Lady of Quality. A Gentleman's Lady. The Wife of a Clergyman. Of an eminent Tradesman. Of a middling Tradesman. Of a common Tradesman. Of a Captain. A Wife engaged in separate business. A Wife keeping a Public House. In Nurses of all kinds. In a Widow Lady of Quality. Lest in narrow Circumstances. Left to carry on Business. Of a Clergyman or Officer. The Whole intended To Reclaim Such as have inadvertently fallen into this pernicious Practice; and to Prevent Others from being corrupted by their Examples.
Publisherprinted and published by T. Gardner, at Cowley's-Head, opposite St. Clement's Church in the Strand

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