He outprayed them : the offering of a saloonkeeper before some female visitors.

By: ANONYMOUS

Price: $10.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: About Fine


"At Ottawa, Ont. Mich., the women crusaders visited a Liquor Saloon, and tried by praying to induce the proprietor of the place to close his saloon. The proprietor invited the ladies to seats and asked them to pray, and he himself offered the following prayer ...". No identification as to author, publisher or date. Circa 1880. See similar item - World Cat 64563208. An amusing, anti-temperance tract seemingly distributed in many cities with small changes to the text. This copy from Canada. More than one copy available. 37 lines of text, small print. Ships within North America, in card sleeve, for $2.50-$3.50 depending on location. Overseas - shipping at cost. Image available.

Title: He outprayed them : the offering of a saloonkeeper before some female visitors.

Author Name: ANONYMOUS

Categories: Social and Cultural History, Ephemera - Paper, All Types,

Edition: Unknown Edition

Publisher: Ottawa, ON, No Pubication Data Shown:

Binding: Single Printed Sheet

Book Condition: About Fine

Type: Single Sheet

Size: 6" by 8"

Seller ID: 054743

Keywords: TEMPERANCE ONTARIO OTTAWA ANTI-TEMPERANCE