Lawson, William. 'Licensing and publichouse reform in Ireland'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. XI Part LXXXII, 1901/1902, pp106-119
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. XI Part LXXXII 1901/1902
"No apology is, I think, needed for introducing this subject to
the consideration of the Society, although I could wish that the
task had fallen to one more conversant with it than I am.
The evils of intemperance are so great that it is no wonder that
efforts have been made from time to time to check it by
individuals, by societies established for the purpose, by Bishops
and clergy of all denominations, and by legislation, actual or
attempted. In the present year attention has been particularly called to the subject by the protest issued by the Irish Roman
Catholic Bishops, by pastorals of members of that body, and by
legislative measures introduced in Parliament by the Government,
and by private members.
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