Good Templars

Good Templars, a total abstinence fraternity organised in New York in 1851, which has lodges, subordinate, district, and grand, now all over the world; they exact a pledge of lifelong abstinence, and advocate the suppression of the vice by statute; there is a juvenile section pledged to abstinence from tobacco, gambling, and bad language, as well as drink.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Good Friday
Good Regent
Good Templars
Goodfellow, Robin
Goodman of Ballengeich
Goodsir, John
Goodwin Sands
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Goodyear, Charles
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Gordian Knot
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