1809 Parliamentary Reform: A Full and Accurate Report of the Proceedings at the Meeting Held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern On Monday the 1st of May, 1809, Relative to a Reform in the Commons House of Parliament
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A very scarce work, unbound, but sewing is intact. Sir Francis Burdett (1770-1844) was a British MP. His principal efforts were directed towards procuring a reform of Parliament. He anticipated the Chartist movement by suggesting universal male suffrage, equal electoral districts, vote by ballot, and annual parliaments. However, his motions were met with very little support. This very scarce volume gives a report of a meeting regarding parliamentary reform, chaired by Burdett in 1809.
Unbound but with sewing intact. Externally sound, though a little spotted and age toned. Pages 3 to 6 are coming loose, but the rest are firmly bound. Pages are clean with the odd spot.
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