The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Chapter II. — Physical Effects of Tobacco
Physical Effects of Tobacco.
Value of Health, par. 8.—Direct action of powerful dose of Tobacco, 9.—Death from excessive smoking, 10.—Injury from moderate smoking, 11.—Smoking aggravates tendencies to Disease: (a.) Injures Digestion; (b.) Injures Brain and Nervous System; (c.) General Paralysis; (d.) Respiratory Organs; (e.) Cancer; (f.) Teeth and Gums; (g.) Paralysis of Nerves of Sensation, 12.—Degeneracy of Race, 13.—Factory Population, 14.—Dr. Morgan's opinion, 15.—Dangers to be apprehended, 16.