The Divine Law as to Wines: Established by the Testimony of Sages, Physicians, and Legislators Against the Use of Fermented and Intoxicating Wines; Confirmed by Their Provision of Unfermented Wines to be Used for Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes
National temperance society and publication house, 1879 - 467 pages
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