By William Carpenter
London   Strange
8.5" by 5" 16pp
A very scarce first edition of William Carpenter's pamphlet discussing the 1832 Reform Bill, here criticising the people who were trying to put the working classes against the bill.
By William Carpenter

1831 An Address to the Working Classes, on the Reform Bill

London   Strange
8.5" by 5" 16pp
A very scarce first edition of William Carpenter's pamphlet discussing the 1832 Reform Bill, here criticising the people who were trying to put the working classes against the bill.
£200.00
: 0.5kgs / : 653P1

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First Edition, Very Scarce

A very scarce work. The first edition of this work. This work is an argument in favour of the Reform Bill of 1832, which introduced changes to the electoral systems in England and Wales. In this work, the author criticises the people who were attempting to set the working classes against it. Written by William Carpenter, a theological and political writer. He was imprisoned in 1831 for evading the stamp duty on newspapers. This pamphlet was written whilst he was in the King's Bench prison.

Condition

Disbound. First and last leaf are almost detached. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are lightly age-toned with some spots.

Fair

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