4 edition of John B. Gough found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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He married in After several lapses and a terrific struggle, he determined to devote his life to lecturing on behalf of temperance reform. Indian Ocean, Singapore and the China Seas 8. Gough was born in England and came to the United States as a child.
He married inand became a bookbinder on his own account. A year and a half later he again took his brother's place in his absence, and continued to hold it on his brother's removal to Mountmellick, Queen's County. Pax Britannica is written fluently and with great charm. Informal and Formal Empires in the Americas 6.
A man was passing by, and the snake said to him, "Help me out of my difficulty. Additional Goughiana was obtained on loan from Mrs. Hundreds of thousands took the Pledge at the conclusion of one of his speeches. For more info, see the Wikipedia entry for John B.
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I remember riding from Buffalo to Niagara Fails, and I said to a gentleman, "What river is that, sir? Because Gough drew so heavily upon his own experiences with alcohol in his lectures, his autobiography provides a good introduction to the stories that held his audiences spellbound.
Cyr-Choineire, O. He set forth, carpet-bag in hand, to tramp through the New England states, glad to obtain even seventy-five cents for a temperance lecture, and soon became famous for his eloquence.
The effort to do his work without giving up his nightly dissipations so affected him that he was on the John B. Gough book of delirium tremens. He was educated at the Friends' school at Kendal, and when only fourteen became an assistant in the school kept by Thomas Bennet, a quaker, at Pickwick in Wiltshire, where he remained till For much of the 20th century the estate served as the campus of the Shepherd Knapp School, John B.
Gough book in the s the property was acquired by Digital Equipment Corporation and used as a training facility.
Books: Goodenough, J. Gough," by Prof. In his temperance efforts, John B. Gough book always kept aloof from politics or any organized effort to accomplish results through legislation, relying entirely on moral influences and on the total abstinence pledge.
Knight obtained the items through inheritance. The interior was tastefully decorated with paintings and engravings covering the walls. We can not forget that its importance is not only local but that it figures prominently in American history.
Pax Britannica is written fluently and with great charm. The museum staff decided to recreate the exhibit using a different concept and adding period pieces that, although not belonging to the Gough family, did serve to enhance the scenes. Up with the helm! He married a second time to Mary Whitcomb whom he met in Boylston.
These rich and evocative designs can be used to enhance a host of art and craft projects: wood burning, leathercraft, and stained glass work; fabric painting, ceramics, enameling, stenciling, or any other project calling for unique and powerful attention-getters. May Gough Allen was the daughter of Herbert D.
Suddenly some one cries out from the bank, "Young men, ahoy! Park, K. There in his mother and sister joined him, but after her death in he fell in with dissolute companions, and became a confirmed drunkard. It is done in an Italianate style with a large front porch and cupola.
The famous and near famous visited "Hillside" including a former U. Sized 9x6 inches, bound in purplish decorated cloth, bright gilt titles. Send a Gunboat!
Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof. He arrived in New York City in Augustand went to live for two years with family friends on a farm in Oneida County, New York in the western part of the state.
At the age of twelve, after his father died, he was sent to the United States to seek his fortune. In he accepted the mastership of the Friends' school at Dublin, which he held till It will rank up there with such scholars as Arthur Marder and Gerald Graham.Jun 22, · Autobiography and Personal Recollections of John B.
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