Youth's Magazine, 9 (1836), 208.
The Drunkard's Tree
Temperance, Physiology, Disease
A picture-poem in the shape of a tree declaims against 'the sin of drunkenness', which 'Corrupts the Blood, inflames the Liver, / Weakens the Brain, turns Men into walking / Hospitals, causes internal, external, and incurable / Wounds'.
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