The state of the representation of England and Wales / delivered to the Society, the Friends of the people, associated for the purpose of obtaining a Parliamentary reform, on Saturday the 9th February 1793
- Bib ID:
- Society of the Friends of the People (Great Britain)
- London : Printed, by Order of the Society, for D. Stuart ... , 
- [2, 1], 2-38 p. ; 28 cm. (4to)
- Footnotes, printed margin annotations.
- "Report of the committee appointed to report upon the State of the representation in England and Wales." --p. 
- Library has another copy at DNS 5366.
- Library's copy has book-stamp and -plate : Free Thought and Radical Collection bequeathed to the National Library of Australia by Harry Hastings Pearce.
- Library's copy has a/c from E. M. Lawson & Co. to H. H. Pearce, tipped-in.
- Cited In:
- ESTC t048626.
- C & C 1405.
- Great Britain. Parliament -- Elections -- 18th century
- Representative government and representation -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century
- Elections -- Great Britain -- 18th century
- 18th century Parliament -- Great Britain -- Elections
- 18th century -- Representative government and representation -- Great Britain
- 18th century -- Elections -- Great Britain
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