A dissertation on the use and abuse of tobacco, wherein the advantages and disadvantages attending the consumption of that entertaining weed, are particularly considered. [electronic resource] : Humbly addressed to all tobacco consumers, but especially those among religious people. First American edition, with additions and improvements. / By Adam Clarke. ; [Six lines of verse from S. Wesley]

Clarke, Adam, ca. 1762-1832.
First American edition, with additions and improvements.
Burlington, N.J. : Printed and published by David Allinson & Co., 1812.
Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 25085.
iv, [1], 6-24 p. ; 20 cm.
Tobacco -- Physiological effect.
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United States New Jersey Burlington.
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"Advertisement. In this second edition I have made some alterations which I hope are for the better, and added several things, which I have brought within the former compass, by enlarging the page, not being willing to increase the price."--p. iv.
"To the reader, ... I need to make an apology for inserting Dr. Hamilton's letter: an imprimature the more valuable, because unsolicited. Such a testimony to my well meant efforts, cannot fail to stamp them in the eye of the publick, with an importance which they could not derive from their author."--p. iii. Signed: Adam Clarke. London, May 15, 1797.
"To Mr. Adam Clarke."--p. iv. Signed: James Hamilton. London, Artillery Place, March 13, 1798.
Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2004-2007] Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 25085).
Includes bibliographical references.
Hamilton, James, 1749-1835.
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