Obscene Prints, Books, or Pictures

Obscene Prints, Books, Or Pictures, so exhibited in public as to damage the general morality, are not only to be preached and prayed against, but also legislated against; and it is the duty of the Christian public to see that the laws now on the statutes be faithfully executed and strengthened, to prevent the demoralization of the masses from this source. In Great Britain the laws are very strict; in the United States they might be greatly improved. In recent years a Mr. Comstock, of New York, has given much time to the suppression of the nefarious traffic in obscene publications of all kinds, and has rendered great service to the general American public.

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