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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Nineteenth-century medical attitudes toward alcoholic addiction.
New York : Arno Press, 1981
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gerald N Grob
|Notes:||Reprint of the 6 works: the 1814 ed. of An inquiry into the effects of ardent spirits upon the human body and mind ..., by B. Rush, printed by E. Merriam, Brookfield, Mass.; the 1828 ed. of A discourse on intemperance, by D. Drake, published by Looker & Reynolds, Cincinnati; the 1829 ed. of A dissertation on intemperance ..., by W. Sweetser, published by Hilliard, Gray, Boston; the 1830 ed. of An essay on alcoholic & narcotic substances, as articles of common use, by E. Hitchcock, published by J.S. & C. Adams, Amherst, Mass.; the 1838 ed. of Essays on asylums for inebriates, by S.B. Woodward, published in Worcester, Mass.; and the 1867 ed. of Methomania, by A. Day, published by J. Campbell, Boston.|
|Description:||386 pages in various pagings ; 24 cm.|
|Series Title:||Addiction in America.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Gerald N. Grob.|