An illustration of a man tapping a cider keg above the text a poem that warns of thinking there is no danger of drunkenness from cider. From page 59 of The Maine Law Museum; and Temperance Anecdotes by George W. Bungay published in 1852.
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Maine Law Museum and Temperance Anecdotes, 1852
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