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CARPENTER, WILLIAM,
Political and Historical Essays,
0. 1831. comprising the Following Subjects: The Advantages of Parliamentary Reform. Natural and Civil Rights. Origin and Objects of Civil Government. Popular Remedies for Popular Evils. Advantages of Trade Unions. Progress and Influence of Knowledge. Emigration. Historical Sketch of Ireland. London, Published by William Carpenter in the King's Bench Prison; and sold by W.Srange, Paternoster Row, and all Booksellers, 1831; demy 12mo; nine penny Political Tracts [two on Ireland], mostly 12 pp. numbered 1 - 9 and bound together with the title-page as quoted; contemporary green cloth boards, spine and corners sometime neatly repaired with old black tape; loose in covers, tile-page and integral blank now detached Very rare. Each pamphlet bears the heading, beneath a [repeated] wood-engraved vignette, "Political Tracts", and the motto, "Every Man for Every Man - Himself Included". At the end of each is the imprint: "Printed and Published by William Carpenter, at the Office of the "Political Letters," 21 Paternoster Row".
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Book number: IS00655
GBP 60.00 [Appr.: EURO 67.75 US$ 79.71 | JP¥ 8919]
Catalogue: Politics
Keywords: Ianweb Ian Reform Bill Radicalism Trade Unionism Labour History Dissent British History Socialism Poitics Political History Economics Economic History Antiquarian Ephemera

 
MACKINTOSH, JAMES
Vindiciae Gallicae: Defence of the French Revolution and Its English Admirers Against the Accusations of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke
. "Including some Strictures of the late production of Mons. de Calonne". London: G.G.J. & J.Robinson, 1791, "third edition, with additions"; [4] xiii + 342pp; quarter cloth (titled); top of spine/fr.joint v.sl.fraying, boards sl.marked, one child's pencilling, pages sl. rippled, but otherwise clean and well-preserved, with only hints of foxing. The first edition came out in 1791. In that same year ‘three editions came out and sold out, In the third and later editions Mackintosh added chapters on the 1791 Birmingham riots [ DL 2/1].
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Book number: 031500
GBP 39.50 [Appr.: EURO 44.5 US$ 52.48 | JP¥ 5872]
Catalogue: Politics
Keywords: Wim Meeuws Antiquarian Rare Eighteenth Century History European Political British

 
SWIFT, JONATHAN, AND OTHERS,
The Examiners
0. for the Year 1711. To which is prefix'd A Letter to the Examiner. London .. for John Morphew .. and A.Dodd.. 1712; xvi, 306pp. [12 pp.] index, [2 pp.] adverts; 12mo; contemporary panelled calf, spine gilt in compartments with raised bands, red leather lettering-piece; binding used and worn, front hinge split but firmly held on the strings, splits in rear hinge, trace of older tape along inner margin of front paste-down, early name - "Edwart Jones, Bafonwen" at top of rear free endpaper. "The Examiner" included contributions by Swift, who took over the editorship. According to Hawkesworth, in Volume VII of his 1760 edition of Swift's Works, Swift's own contributions were Nos 13 - 44. This volume reprinted the periodical in a handy form for contemporary readers, and provides the modern reader with part of the context of Swift's papers. As the printer writes: "It is conceived, That altho' these Papers were writ for the Public Service, upon Incidents, as they daily happened; yet in them are treated several Subjects, which may be of general and lasting Use. Neither perhaps will Posterity be unwilling to see several Observations made, and Facts related, concerning the late Disposition of Affairs, which they will probably meet nowhere else ..".
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Book number: IS002059
GBP 125.00 [Appr.: EURO 141 US$ 166.07 | JP¥ 18582]
Catalogue: Politics
Keywords: Ianweb 18th Century English Literature Eighteenth Century English Literature Politics Political History Political Pamphlets Antiquarian Rare Bindings Swift English History Political Journalism

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