Proceedings of the meeting held at Yeadon [microform] : on Monday 28th June 1819, containing the speech delivered on the occasion, the resolutions adopted, those passed by the meeting at Hunslet-Moor, on the 21st June, an appeal to the nation, and a defence of the reformers, shewing that annual Parliaments and universal suffrage are founded upon the principles of nature and the common rights of man, and that every argument which has been advanced against them is weak and futile : to which is added advice to the laboring classes, pointing out some prominent instances wherein they injure themselves and strengthen the hands of their oppressors / by Joseph Brayshaw

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