ritain to have got hold of a better and more effective mode of contending against this monstrous evil than we have in Massachusetts and Maine; for you come, as nearly as you can, to the voluntary principle, which seems needful in all virtue, and, peut without legislation.
On the other hand, we are attempting to compel the whole million and more of our people in Massachusetts, by the most stringent legislation, to do the same thing,—i. e. to stop the sale of all intoxicating liquors.
But noo people living under such free institutions as ours, can thus be driven.
It is a moderate statement to say, that in Massachusetts the Liquor Law, as it is called, is broken a hundred thousand times a day. In Boston, I think any man can get what here coal to Newcastle.
You know, from your very able periodicals and discussions on the subject, what we are doing in Massachusetts as well as we do ourselves.
What you have sent me from time to time proves it. I only wish you would tell me what yo
396, II. 196, 208, 209, 210, 211.
Mason, Robert Means, II. 445 note.
Mason, William Powell, I. 12, 316 note.
Massachusetts Congregational Charitable Society, G. T. officer of, I. 379 note.
Massachusetts Farm School for Boys, G. T. Treasurer of, I. 379 note.
Massachusetts General Hospital, G. T. Trustee of, I. 379 note, 384.
Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Company, G. T. Director and Vice-President, I. 379 note.
Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company, I. 2.
MaMassachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company, I. 2.
Massimo, Christine de Saxe, Princess, II. 65, 71, 81.
Massimo, Monsignor, II. 68.
Massimo, Prince, II. 65, 68, 69, 77.
Maxwell, Henry, II. 165 note.
Maxwell, Marmaduke Constable, II. 165, 166.
Maxwell, Mrs. Marmaduke C., II. 165, 166.
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Parish, Daniel, I. 15, 16, 27.
Parker, Chief Justice of Massachusetts, I. 9, 10 note, 11, 340.
Parker, Mr., I. 146, 148.
Parker, Mr., I. 407.
Park Street, house in, I. 387-389.