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The Bottle: IV. The Father and Mother are Become Habitual Drunkards, and the Once Happy Children Beggars, Through their Devotion to the Bottle.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: Plate VII. The Husband in a State of Furious Drunkenness Kills His Wife With the Instrument of All Their Misery.
Date of publication: ca. 1847
Maker: Michelin, Francis; Moody, David William
The Bottle: Plate VIII. The Bottle Has Done Its Work, It Has Destroyed the Infant and the Mother, It Has Brought the Son and the Daughter to Vice and to the Streets, and Has Left the Father a Hopeless Maniac.
Date of publication: ca. 1847
Maker: Michelin, Francis; Moody, David William
The Bottle: II. The First Result of the Introduction of the Bottle. Laziness and Craving for More Liquor, to Relieve the Feeling of Despondency Produced by Indulgence in Drunkenness.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: III. Result of Laziness and Indulgence in Drinking. The Sheriff Levies on the Household Furniture.-Consulation.-The Bottle.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: V. In Their Now Miserable Home, Death from Starvation and Neglect has Taken Their Infant and Left Them in Their Despair.-Comfort:-The Bottle.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: VI. Crime-The Hand and Arm That Should Have Shielded, Kills the Wife, The Mother of His Children.-The Bottle Works Gravely.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: VII. Madness. -The Drunkard Becomes a Lunatic over the Body of His Murdered Wife-The Bottle Has Done Its Work.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: VIII. The Sins of the Drunken Father are Visited on the Heads of the Children.- A Thief and Woman of Shame Visit Their Lunatic Father in the Criminal Lunatic Asylum.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: I. A Happy Home in Danger >From the Bottle.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
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