Letter from E. Morris to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

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.


Stamped number: 166