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Thomas Fyshe Palmer (1747-1802), Unitarian minister and political reformer, was born in July 1747 at Ickwell, Bedfordshire, England, the son of Henry Fyshe of an ancient family who assumed the added name...

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Edinburgh : Printed for W. Skirving ...; J.Robertson ...; W. Berry ...; R. Galloway, Glasgow; E. Leslie, Dundee; G. MacFarlane, Perth; J. Ridgeway, H.D. Symonds, and Marson & Ramsey , London, 1793
 
 
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Edinburgh : printed for W. Skirving, and sold at his house; by J. Robertson; W. Berry; R. Galloway, Glasgow; E. Leslie, Dundee; G. McFarlane, Perth; J. Ridgeway, H. D. Symonds, and Marson & Ramsey, London, [1793]
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Edinburgh : Printed for W. Skirving ...;J. Robertson ...;W. Berry ...;R. Galloway ..., Glasgow;E.Leslie ... ,Dundee; G. McFarlane, Perth; J. Ridgeway, H.D. Symonds, and Marson & Ramsey, London, [1793?]
 
 
by Palmer, Thomas Fyshe, 1747-1802
Cambridge : Printed by Benjamin Flower, for J. Deighton, and J. Nicholson; and sold by J. Marc[h], Norwich; J. Abel, Northampton; T. Langdon, Leeds; G.G. and J. Robinson, and [T]. Conder, London, MDCCXCVII. [1797]
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by Palmer, Thomas Fyshe, 1747-1802
Edinburgh : printed for W. Skirving, and sold at his house; by J. Robertson; W. Berry; R. Galloway, Glasgow; E. Leslie, Dundee; G. McFarlane, Perth; J. Ridgeway, H. D. Symonds, and Marson & Ramsey, London, [1793]
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by Palmer, Thomas Fyshe, 1747-1802
Edinburgh : To be had at Bell & Bradfute's; Lawrie & Symington's; Elder's, North-Bridge; Brown's, Dundee; Stewart's, Arbroath: Buchanan's Montrose; Brash & Reid's, Glasgow; Charnley's, Newcastle; Johnson's, St. Paul's Church-yard, and Marson's, Holborn, London, 1792
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