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The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin / designed and published by J.W. Barber, New Haven, Conn.

The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness &...

Print shows four scenes of the drunkard's progress: the morning dram (father drinking at 8am, ignoring wife and children), the grog shop (bar room brawls, passed out, vomiting, and drinking customers), the conf... More

The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin / designed and published by J.W. Barber, New Haven, Conn.

The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness &...

Print shows four scenes of the drunkard's progress: the morning dram (father drinking at 8am, ignoring wife and children), the grog shop (bar room brawls, passed out, vomiting, and drinking customers), the conf... More

The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin / designed and published by J.W. Barber, New Haven, Conn.

The drunkard's progress, or the direct road to poverty, wretchedness &...

Print shows four scenes of the drunkard's progress: the morning dram (father drinking at 8am, ignoring wife and children), the grog shop (bar room brawls, passed out, vomiting, and drinking customers), the conf... More

The drunkard's progress, or, The direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin. Designed and published by J. W. Barber, New Haven, Con. Sept. 1826.

The drunkard's progress, or, The direct road to poverty, wretchedness ...

4 colored illus.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 6, Folder 23.

The drunkard's progress, or, The direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin. Designed and published by J. W. Barber, New Haven, Con. Sept. 1826.

The drunkard's progress, or, The direct road to poverty, wretchedness ...

4 colored illus.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 6, Folder 23.

The drunkard's progress, or, The direct road to poverty, wretchedness & ruin. Designed and published by J. W. Barber, New Haven, Con. Sept. 1826.

The drunkard's progress, or, The direct road to poverty, wretchedness ...

4 colored illus.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 6, Folder 23.