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Chemistry in America : Chapters From the History of the Science in the United States

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Our habits, were, indeed, in other re- spects far from those of teetotalers. No person of that description was in our circle. On the contrary, agreeably to the custom which prevailed in the boarding houses of our cities half a century ago, every gentleman furnished him- self with a decanter of wine,^usually a metallic or other label being attached to the neck, and bearing the name of the owner. Healths were drunk, especially if stranger guests were present, and a glass or two was not considered... 180 CHEMISTRY IN AMERICA excessive, — sometimes two or three, according to circum- stances. Porter or other strong beer was used at table as a beverage. As Robert Hare was a brewer of porter and was one of our number, his porter was in higli request, and indeed it was of an excellent quality. I do not remember any water-drinker at our table or in the house, for total abstinence was not there thought of except, perhaps, by some wise and far-seeing Franklin.
Accustomed to a simple diet in New Haven, without wine or porter, and perhaps with only cider at dinner, the new life to which I was now introduced did not agree well with my health.


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