1808 A More Extended Discussion in Favour of Liberty of Conscience
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Early Edition, Rebound, Very Scarce
The second edition of this work, very scarce in all editions.
Retaining original half title.
Wyvill discusses debates held in Parliament regarding the claims of Irish Catholics, and 'the cause of religious liberty', and encourages the Anglicans to 'a perfect reconciliation with their Irish brethren'.
Christopher Wyvill was a political reformer who inspired the formation of the Yorkshire Association movement in 1779, which had the aim of shortening the duration of parliaments, and equalising representation.
With twelve blank leaves to the rear.
Rebound in cloth, with endpapers renewed. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages lightly age toned, with instances of spotting throughout.
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