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Selections from the papers of the London Corresponding Society, 1792-1799

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • London Corresponding Society,
    • Working class -- England -- Political activity -- History -- 18th century,
    • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1789-1820 -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementedited, with an introduction and notes by Mary Thale.
      ContributionsThale, Mary., London Corresponding Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA520 .S38 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxix, 472 p. ;
      Number of Pages472
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3489779M
      ISBN 100521243637
      LC Control Number82009503

      By Ian Angus. November 5, , is the th anniversary of the acquittal of Thomas Hardy on charges of High Treason. Hardy is nearly forgotten today, but for decades workers and democrats in England celebrated November 5 every year as the anniversary of a major victory, a triumph over a powerful state that had deployed immense resources to crush working class . The definitive collection continues to be A Complete Collection of State Trials, ed. T.B. Howell and T.J. Howell, 33 vols. (London, –26). See Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society, –, ed. Mary Thale (Cambridge, ) [hereafter Selections from the LCS Papers]. Google ScholarAuthor: Jack Fruchtman.

      HH Lockwood The Diversion of Green Lane, in Ilford Historical Society Newsletter, no, May Jeffrey Page Ilford, The Roding, Wharves & Industry. July (Redbridge LSL Y) Mary Thale, editor. Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society Cambridge UP, File Size: 2MB. 04/07/20 ESH - Further Reading List | Queen Mary, University of London Book The English press in the eighteenth century - Black, Jeremy, c Book Politics and the rise of the press: Britain and France, - Harris, Bob, Book A Newspaper History England: - Werkmeister Lucyle,

      Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society by Mary Thale The Age of Unease: Goverment and Reform in Britain, by Michael Turner Read more. Helpful. Comment /5(7). Savilon's Elegies: or poems (London, ). Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society: , ed. Mary Thale (Cambridge, ). Society for the Encouragement of Arts. Union of Institutions: list of lecturers and their subjects (London, ). The Foreigners Guide: or, a necessary and instructive companion.


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Selections from the papers of the London Corresponding Society, 1792-1799 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Papers of the London Corresponding Societyfirst published inconsists of eighteenth-century documents which trace the history of an early working-class reform society organized by a shoemaker and three of his friends.

'Annual Parliaments and Universal Suffrage' was their slogan and their goal. To achieve this reform they believed they must first educate.

The Papers of the London Corresponding Societyfirst published inconsists of eighteenth-century documents which trace the history of an early working-class reform society organized 'Annual Parliaments and Universal Suffrage' was their slogan and their goal.

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strand. London Corresponding Society (act. –), radical society, was founded in January by Thomas Hardy and owed its origins to his rereading, in lateof the political writings first published by the Society for Constitutional Information during the American War of Independence as well as to the enthusiasm generated by the French Revolution and the publication of.

© Cambridge University Press Cambridge University Press - Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society, Article information. Title: On the Founding of the London Corresponding Society Author: Thomas Hardy Written: Source: Notes of Thomas Hardy, in BL Additional MSSpublished in Selections from the papers of the London Corresponding Society,Thale, CUP Transcription and Markup: Andy Blunden and Graham Seaman.

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Mary (ed.), Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society – Author: John Barrell. John Ashton, Chap-books of the Eighteenth Century, Welwyn Garden City edn, p. 9; Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society,Mary Thale (ed.), Cambridge I have for example, found very few references to women in Mary Thale’s Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society Yet the women were there.

Thomas Hardy, the founder of the LCS, had a wife and five children; Mrs Hardy died in childbed and their sixth child was stillborn following an attack upon their home by a Author: Lucienne Boyce. In John Saville, ed., Democracy and the Labour Movement (London, ), p. Parssinen, T. M () Association Convention and Anti-Parliament in British Radical Politics, English Historical Rev Thale, Mary (ed.) ().

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WienerAuthor: Kenneth J. Collins. Francis Place's autobiography presents a vivid and readable account of the early life of one of the best-known radical reformers of the early 19th century. The publication of Place's manuscript for the first time in book form is a landmark in the expanding field of studies in artisan self-consciousness of the pre-Victorian era.

The book will be of obvious value to those interested. The Popgun Plot was an alleged conspiracy by three members of the London Corresponding Society to assassinate King George III by means of a poison dart fired from an airgun.

Three members, Paul Thomas Lemaitre, John Smith, and George Higgins, were arrested in lateand Robert Thomas Crossfield in December Book reviewed in this article: Wars and Revolutions: Britain – By Ian R. Christie. The Younger Pitt: The Reluctant Transition.

By John Ehrman. According to Francis Place, "John Bone was a saint, and a busy man at times in attempting privately to make converts among the irreligious" (Add. MSff. ; qtd. in Mary Thale's Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society, [Cambridge: Cambridge UP, ], p.

This religious sensibility may well be. General information about the LCS taken from Mary Thale, Ed., Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding SocietyCambridge Univ. Press, Mary Thale, Ed., The Autobiography of Francis Place (), Cambridge University Press,p.

The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly by: 6. Killing the King with Porter: Freedom of expression in and Thale’s Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society – archives art book history conferences eighteenth century fiction Frances Burney gender Georgians gothic Jane Austen landscape literature Mary Shelley music national identity nineteenth.in at 3, the Society drew crowds of close toat its open-air meetings.

Some members would carry the cause of parliamentary reform through to the next generation and to the birth of Chartism.2 They were 2 Mary Thrale, Selections from the Papers of the London Corresponding Society (Cambridge, ), p. xix.