By Not Stated
London   Daniel Isaac Eaton
8.5" by 5" 54pp
A very scarce pamphlet attacking the government and monarchy of England at the end of the eighteenth century, the anonymous author believing the country was on the verge of ruin.
By Not Stated

1795 The British Tocsin; or, Proofs of National Ruin

London   Daniel Isaac Eaton
8.5" by 5" 54pp
A very scarce pamphlet attacking the government and monarchy of England at the end of the eighteenth century, the anonymous author believing the country was on the verge of ruin.
£165.00
: 0.5kgs / : 907P34

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Description

Early Edition, Very Scarce

The third edition of this very scarce work.

A pamphlet attacking the present state of Britain at the end of the eighteenth century, looking at the "extravagance of the present reign", and putting forth evidence on how the current government had brought the country to the brink of ruin.

Published by Daniel Isaac Eaton, a radical author and publisher, who was tried eight times for selling radical literature. In 1812 he was convicted for selling 'The Age of Reason'.

Condition

Unbound. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lighty age-toned and generally clean with some scattered spots.

Good

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