AN ESSAY ON ALCOHOLIC & NARCOTIC SUBSTANCES, AS ARTICLES OF COMMON USE. ADDRESSED PARTICULARLY TO STUDENTS. PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE AMERICAN TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. IT BEING THE ESSAY TO WHICH A PREMIUM WAS AWARDED.

Amherst: J.S. & C. Adams and Co., 1830. 12mo, 48pp, disbound. Very Good.

Professor Hitchcock, who taught Chemistry and Natural History at Amherst College, writes on the "active poison" of ardent spirits and wine, as well as "narcotic substances commonly used, opium and tobacco." He writes to "every student and other intelligent young man...in the hope of persuading them all, totally to abstain from their use." Hitchcock presents a scientific and philosophic analysis of these substances.
FIRST EDITION. Sabin 32550n. Item #25120

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