Wilson charts McGee's early debut in Ireland as a member of the Temperance League
, his immigration at seventeen to the United States and his taking over the editorship of the Boston Pilot, the largest Irish Catholic newspaper in America, before his nineteenth birthday.
But in the 19th century, Rowntree and his followers would have found many friends in Newcastle with the city being able to boast both the North of England Temperance League
- established in 1858 with the aim of "total abstinence for the individual and prohibition for the nation" - as well as the Newcastle upon Tyne Temperance Society.
The series also stars our very own Kelly McDonald, as an Irish immigrant with an abusive husband whose membership of the temperance league
sees her path cross with Nucky's.
Is the land of the Womens Temperance League
and Mothers Against Drunk Driving ready for a book like this?
Down, including material relating to the related Crommelin, Cormiere, Montgomery and Leslie families, 1617-1939 D/4390 Records of Dobson's Dairy, Belfast and Northern Dairies, Belfast, 1931-6 D/2663 Additional records of the Irish Temperance League
and the Council on Alc D/3300/29 Records of the Loyal Ulster United Lodge, No.
Shortly afterwards, he gave a lecture at the Temperance League
, which developed into a weekly Muslim meeting.
While we are neither prohibitionists nor members of the Temperance League
, we do believe the time to celebrate is when the work is done, not while deciding serious matters for the state of Oregon.
The study was carried out by the Health Promotion Agency in association with the Irish Temperance League
Money left over from the society will go towards the British National Temperance League
and Hope UK, a drug prevention charity for children and young people.
He left the Liverpool Institute and spent a year in Morocco and after announcing his conversion he began to hold lectures on Islam at the Temperance League
Hall on Mount Vernon Street.
149) The Richmond Women's Temperance League
and the WCTU abandoned the marches, prayer meetings, and confrontational tactics of the Crusade in favor of a more conservative and institutional approach.