No place: Committee of 100,000, United Dry Forces, Women's Christian Temperance Union, ca. 1930. 4 x 3 in. Broadside. Printed in red against a cream-colored background. Apparently intended to be stuck up anywhere in the manner of a Wobbly "silent agitator" 
New York: The Seer Print, 1890. 6 x 7 3/8 in. Four-page leaflet. 1st ed. First edition of this famous temperance poem, preceded by a periodical appearance in an issue of "Standard Recitations by Best Authors" 
With a new preface to the 2nd ed. London: Partridge and Co., 1857. 16mo. Brown cloth, stamped in black, gilt & blind. 127 p. 2nd ed. Contains the long poem, "An Urgent Appeal to Non-Abstaining Clergy on Temperance Reform." In his intro. to the 2nd ed., Dewar is at pains..... 
(Oroville, Calif.): No publisher given, ca. 1910. 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 in. Four-page leaflet. Remarks of Judge Gray in sentencing a young man charged with "intent to commit rape." The Defendant had asked for mercy on the grounds that he was intoxicated when the crime was committed. Gray was.....