In this manuscript letter Morris asks Owen to accept the enclosed poems he has written on the subject of Temperance; he believes "a clean sweep of the intoxicating liquors" must be completed.
There are 4 printed items present, 3 poems and one tract; the poems are 1. The British River of Death 2. Temperance 3. The Banner of British Temperance, and the tract is entitled The Late Debate on Temperance in The Lyceum.