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Drew University Library 19th Century Collection

 

Vices Pamphlet Collection

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Part 1: Dancing

1

Brand, James, D.D.
The Young Christian and the Popular Dance.  Chicago, 1892.  27 pgs.

2

Bookes, Jas. H., D.D.
May Christians Dance?  St. Louis, 1874.  143 pgs. 

2a

Clyde, John C. D.D.
A Time to Dance. Bloomsbury, 1887. 26 pgs.

3

Davis, Rev. George.
An Account of the Trial of Social Dance.  Rondout, N. Y., 1899.  46 pgs. 

4

Davis, Grace Weiser
Popular Amusements.  Jersey City, n. d.  16 pgs. 

5

MacCallum, Rev. J. W.
The Dance.  An Address.  24 pgs. 

6

McDonald, Rev. John
May I Go to the Ball?  Philadelphia, n. d.  48 pgs. 

7

Olds, Rev. R. L.
The Ethics of The Ball-room.  Philadelphia, n. d.  32 pgs. 

8

Red, Rev. W. K.
The Devil’s Parlor, or the Ball Room Unmasked.  St. Paris, Ohio, n. d.  66 pgs.

9

Smith, Asa D.
Dancing as an Amusement for Christians.  A Sermon Delivered in the Brainerd Presbyterian Church.  New York, 1847.  27 pgs. 

10

Thompson, Rev. Fayette, L.
May Christians Dance?  Grand Rapids, 1896.  58 pgs.  

11

Verhaag, L. 
A Word on Dancing.  Compiled from Various Sources, Both Sacred and Profane.  Portland, Oregon, 1900.  63 pgs. 

12

Wilkinson, W. C.
The Dance of Modern Society.  New York, 1869.  77 pgs.


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Part 2:  Gambling

1

Brief Against Assembly Bill 504, as Amended No. 892.  33 pgs.

2

Carradine, Rev. B., D.D.
The Louisiana State Lottery Co. Examined and Exposed.  Two Addresses and Additional Thoughts.  New Orleans, 1890.  57 pgs. 

3

Comstock, Anthony.
Gambling Outrages; or Improving the Breed of Horses at the Expense of Public Morals.  New York, 1887.  218 pgs. 

4

Comstock, Anthony.
Race Track Infamy!  Or Do Common Gamblers Own New York State?  New York, 1904.  37 pgs. 

5

Crafts, Wilbur F. Ph. D.
The Truth About Race-Track Gambling.  15 pgs.

6

Hepner, Adolph
Gambling Communities.  Authority of Law and Law Authorities Under the Charm of “Nickel Slots” in Saloons.  A Socialistic Treatise.  St. Louis, 1894.  27 pgs.  2 copies.

7

Meyer, Henry.
Life Staked at Cards, a Sketch of the life of Henry Meyer, a Converted Gambler. New York, 1895. 26 pgs.

8

Mr. Legislator:  Will You Not Read this Data and Then in the Interest of the Conservation of the Resources and Manhood of Maryland Vote to Prohibit Race-Track Gambling.  1 pg.

9

Pari-Mutuel Betting Fraud.  Ruin of the Racing Game and Rank Robbery of the Sport-Loving Public.  St. Louis, 1916.  32 pgs.

10

A Protest Against Betting & Gambling.  London, n. d.  12 pgs.

11

Some Data for The General Assembly Demonstrating that Maryland is the Race-Track Gambler’s Paradise.  4 pgs.

12

Stone, John T.
Some Facts of Race-Track Gambling Demoralization.  4 pgs.  2 copies.

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Part 3:  Smoking

1

Accounts of the Discovery of Tobacco.  4 pgs.

2

Annual Report of the New York Anti-Tobacco Society with the List of Officers and Managers for the Year 1835.  New York, 1835.  12 pgs.  2 copies.

3

Bradbury, Mrs. A. J.
The Crusader Series, No. 3.  The Trial of Prince Nicotine.  Chicago. 1889.  24 pgs.

4

Collins, Samuel B.
Theriaki: a Treatise on the Habitual Use of Narcotic Poison, How the Habit is Formed, its Consequences and Cure. LaPorte, Ind., n.d. 64 pgs.

5

Fowler, Orin A.M.
A Disquisition of the Evils of Using Tobacco and the Necessity of Immediate and Entire Reformation.  Boston, 1842.  27 pgs.

6

Froula, Principal V. K.
Narcotics, The Modern Menace, A Guide for Teachers and Study Clubs.  Seattle, 1926?  24 pgs.

7

Gibbons, Henry, M.D.
Tobacco and its Effects.  A Prize Essay, Showing that the Use of Tobacco is a Physical. Mental, Moral and Social Evil.  New York, n.d.  48 pgs.

8

Ingalls, Lida B.
For Mother’s Meetings.  Purity Leaflets.  Narcotics.  Chicago, n.d.  10 pgs.

9

Morrow, R. A. H.
Prize Essays on Tobacco.  New Brunswick, Canada, 1889.  74 pgs.

10

Nemoto, Hon. Sho.
The Anti-Smoking Bill:  Its Passage through the Imperial Diet of Japan.  Tokyo, 1900.  24 pgs. 

11

Pond, Chester E.
A Tornado Among the Human Tobacco Shrubs, with New Dissipation Interest Table, Extending From One to Fifty Years.  Philadelphia, 1880.  32 pgs.

12

Talmage, T. De Witt, D.D.
A Weed that Bewitches.  New York, 1885.  12 pgs. 

13

Thwing, Rev. Edward P.
Facts About Tobacco.  New York, 1879.  72 pgs.  2 copies.


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Part 4:  Theater and general conduct of life

1

Barnes, Albert.
Be Not Conformed to the World. Philadelphia, n.d. 36 pgs.

2

Bellows, Rev. Henry W., D.D.
The Relation of Public Amusements to Public Morality Especially of the Theatre to the Highest Interests of Humanity. An Address. New York, 1857. 53 pgs.

3

Brainerd, Thomas D.D.
Influence of Theatres; or, the True Nature and Tendency of Theatrical Amusements.  Philadelphia, n. d.  36 pgs.  2 copies.

4

Breed, Rev. W. P., D.D.
The Theatre.  Philadelphia, 1868.  35 pgs. 

5

Brown, Archibald C.
The Devil’s Mission of Amusement – A Protest.  New York, 1889.  30 pgs.  2 copies.   

6

Brown, Rev. Henry, D.D.
War on the Theater.  A Discussion which Grew Out of The “Billy Sunday” Meetings.  Spokane, Wash., 1909.  65 pgs. 

7

Easy Entertainments for Young People.  Philadelphia, 1894.  128 pgs. 

8

Elliott, Mary. 
Mischief Not Fun.  London, 1852.  16 pages. 

9

Floras Quarterly Booklet on Social Purity.  Introductory Number.  Attica, Ohio, 1898.  40 pgs. 

10

Johnson, Herrick.
Plain Talks About the Theater.  Chicago, 1882.  83 pgs.

11

King, Rev. Albert B.
Sources of Impurity and Purity Generally Overlooked.  New York, 1907.  28 pgs.

12

Krull, Rev. V. H., C. PP. S.
Alphabetical Oddities.  Collegeville, Ind., 1909.  31 pgs. 

13

Leeds, Josiah W.
The Theatre: An Essay Upon the Non-Accordancy of Stage-Plays with the Christian Profession.  Philadelphia, 1886.  85 pgs. 

14

MacDonald, Rev. J., A.M.
May I Go to the Theatre?  New York, 1857.  28 pgs.  2 copies.

15

Marvin, E. P.
Ecclesiastical Amusements.  Lockport, N.Y., 32 pgs.

16

Meade, Rev. William, D.D.
Baptismal Vows and Worldly Amusements.  New York, 1855.  40 pgs. 

17

Meyer, Lucy Rider, M.D.
New Words on the Old Question of Amusement.  Chicago, 1891.  13 pgs. 

18

M’Nicoll, David
A Rational Enquiry Concerning the Operation of The Stage on the Morals of Society.  Newcastle, 1823.  88 pgs.

19

Papers Presented to the Conference of American and Protestant Organizations.  Philadelphia, 1889.  40 pgs. 

20

Platt, Rev. S. H., M. A.
Christian Separation from the World:  Its Philosophy, Obligation and Extent.  Considered with Especial Reference to Popular Amusements.  Winsted, 1808.  52 pgs.

21

The Perils of Licentiousness, a Friendly Warning to Young Men. Philadelphia. 1860.  44 pgs.

22

Reynolds, Bertha C.
The Church and Individual Society.  1933.  11 pgs. 

23

Thompson, Joseph P. 
Theatrical Amusements.  A Discourse on the Character and Influence of the Theater.  New York, 1847.  40 pgs.

24

Trophel, G.
The Limits of Christian Liberty.  Three Discourses Followed by an Appendix with Regard to the Question of the Theatre.  Chicago, 1882.  93 pgs. 

25

Woodward, W. D.
The City of Mundum, at the South Pole.  An Allegory on Church Entertainments.  Boston, 1897.  30 pgs.