TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Guest Editors’ Introduction
Public drinking in the nineteenth century.
Dr Granville’s Thunderbolt: Drink and the public in the life of one nineteenth-century doctor.
Habitual Drunkards and Metaphysics: Four case studies from the Victorian period.
The Alternative World of the Proud Non-Drinker: Nineteenth century public displays of temperance.
“A man may drink many pots therein”: Drink and disorder in Arthur Morrison’s “To Bow Bridge” (1893).
James H Mills.