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In July 1834 The Examiner newspaper reported on the prosecution of two men for assaults on ‘respectable’ women in the capital. They said these attacks had ‘become latterly very prevalent among a parcel of low blackguard fellows’ and the Queen’s Square court witnessed the trials of the two ‘fellows’ the police had been able to catch, but several others had got away. 358 more words
In mid June 1877 PC Savage was called to the Two Brewers pub in Clapham, south London, to deal with a drunken woman. Sarah Weller was very drunk and the landlord had described as being ‘riotous’ and had refused to serve her any more alcohol. 327 more words
by Norman Geisler
The Bible says several things about the use of wine.
Is Wine Today Like New Testament Wine?
Many wine-drinking Christians today mistakenly assume that what the New Testament meant by wine is identical to wine used today. 2,035 more words