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Weems, Mason Locke. God's revenge against gambling. Exemplified in the miserable lives and untimely deaths of a number of persons of both sexes, who had sacrificed their health, wealth, and honor at gaming tables. With curious anecdotes of the following unfortunate gamblers:-- I. Miss Fanny Braddock, sister of General Braddock, who, from gambling, hung herself. II. Drisden Harwood, Esq. Maryland, who, from gambling, drowned himself. III. Jack Gilmore, Esq. Virginia, who, from gambling, shot himself. IV. T. Alston, Esq. (N.C.) who, from gambling, was shot by Capt. Johnson. V. Maria Antoinette, Queen of France, who, for gambling, was brought to the guillotine. VI. Other awful cases of young gamblers, and their untimely ends. By M.L. Weems, formerly Rector of Mount Vernon Parish. [Second Edition.]The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 21844, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/21844. Accessed 2024-04-24.

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  author={Weems,Mason Locke},
  year={1812},
  title={God's revenge against gambling. Exemplified in the miserable lives and untimely deaths of a number of persons of both sexes, who had sacrificed their health, wealth, and honor at gaming tables. With curious anecdotes of the following unfortunate gamblers:-- I. Miss Fanny Braddock, sister of General Braddock, who, from gambling, hung herself. II. Drisden Harwood, Esq. Maryland, who, from gambling, drowned himself. III. Jack Gilmore, Esq. Virginia, who, from gambling, shot himself. IV. T. Alston, Esq. (N.C.) who, from gambling, was shot by Capt. Johnson. V. Maria Antoinette, Queen of France, who, for gambling, was brought to the guillotine. VI. Other awful cases of young gamblers, and their untimely ends. By M.L. Weems, formerly Rector of Mount Vernon Parish. [Second Edition.]},
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Suggestions and Comments for God's revenge against gambling. Exemplified in the miserable lives and untimely deaths of a number of persons of both sexes, who had sacrificed their health, wealth, and honor at gaming tables. With curious anecdotes of the following unfortunate gamblers:-- I. Miss Fanny Braddock, sister of General Braddock, who, from gambling, hung herself. II. Drisden Harwood, Esq. Maryland, who, from gambling, drowned himself. III. Jack Gilmore, Esq. Virginia, who, from gambling, shot himself. IV. T. Alston, Esq. (N.C.) who, from gambling, was shot by Capt. Johnson. V. Maria Antoinette, Queen of France, who, for gambling, was brought to the guillotine. VI. Other awful cases of young gamblers, and their untimely ends. By M.L. Weems, formerly Rector of Mount Vernon Parish. [Second Edition.]
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