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[Constitutional papers]

[Constitutional papers]

Law of the United Kingdom and Ireland > England and Wales > 18th century, 1702-1832

Edition Details

  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): England
  • Publication Information: [London] : [Society for Constitutional Information], [1780-1782]
  • Type: Book
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1 volume (Various pagings) ; 21 cm

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  • Responsable Person: [by the Society of Constitutional Information.].
  • Publication Date: 1780/1782
  • Country/State: England
  • Number of Editions: 1 editions
  • First edition Date: 1780
  • Last edition Date: 1780
  • General Notes: “Constitutional tracts, London 1780-1782”–Page 2 of cover.
    Spine title.
  • Languages: British English
  • Library of Congress Code: KD3962
  • OCLC: 19980837

Main Contents

An ode in imitation of Alcaeus.
An address to the public from the Society for Constitutional Information.
A second address to the public from the Society for Constitutional Information.
A summary of a treatise by Major Cartwright, entitled “the People's barrier against undue influence : or the Commons' House of Parliament, according to the Constitution.
Abridgement of that eminent patriot Mr. John Trenchard's History of the standing armies in England, with an incomparable preface upon government.
Copy of a letter from the right honorable Lord Carysfort, to the Huntingdonshire committee: to which is added, the report of the Westminster sub-committee, respecting the duration of Parliament, and the representation of this country ; with the resolutions of the committee. Report of the sub-committee of Westminster, appointed April 12, 1780, to take into consideration all such matters, relative to the election of members of Parliament, as may promote the purposes of the present association.
Two speeches of Thomas Day, esq., at the general meetings of the counties of Cambridge and Essex held March 25, and April 25, 1780.
Substance of the speech of the Rev. Mr. Walker, at the general meeting of the county of Nottingham, held at Mansfield, on Monday the 28th of February 1780, to which is added, Mr. Thomson's preface to a speech by Mr. John Milton, For the liberty of unlicensed printing, to the Parliament of England.
The duty of a freeman addressed to the electors of Great Britain.
An ode, in imitation of Callistratus, sung by Mr. Webb, at the Shakespeare Tavern.
At a meeting of the Society for Constitutional Information held at No. 2, in New-Inn, on Friday the 15th day of February 1782.

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  • Article Name: [Constitutional papers]
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