"The business and objects of this association are to pro mote in all proper ways the enforcement of the criminal law, to stimulate public sentiment in favor of its execution by educating both men and women to a single standard of purity, to promote the eradication of the sources and causes of crime and vice, to disseminate information respecting them, to advise and assist the weak and helpless, and especially those under age, in obtaining the protection of the courts and of the law, to excite a demand for the making of wholesome laws against vice and to organize public meetings for discussion upon such topics."
1845 in N.E. Eliason Tarheel Talk (1956) 277 If he comes by way of Norfolk he will find any number of pretty Hookers in the Brick row not far from French's hotel.
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