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 Six Reasons Why Britain Must Give Up The Bomb
Six Reasons Why Britain Must Give Up The Bomb
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Hog's Wash, or A Salmagundy for Swine and other pamphlets £2,200.00

Very scarce. A collection of works published in the late 1700s, which have been bound together in leather boards. The covers are lost, the leather spine remains, with much of the surface lost (a tiny vestige of the gilt banding remains). The binding is still very robust, however. The contents are: 1) The first thirteen issues (from 9 September 1793 to 4 January 1794) of 'Hog's Wash, or A Salmagundy for Swine' (the title changed from issue number seven onwards to: 'Politics for the People, or Hog's Wash'). This was a weekly pamphlet produced in Bishopsgate Street, London by the publisher and bookseller Daniel Isaac Eaton, a great fighter for free speech who published Tom Paine's pamphlets and was prosecuted and imprisoned many times. The thirteen issues here are in very good condition. 2) Richard Lovett's pamphlet printed at 159 St John's Street, Clerkenwell, London: 'A Touch on the Birmingham Riot, or Dr Add-ing-tone's Wig Burnt in the Flames of Dr Priesthood's Brick-Kiln in a Dialogue between Mr Christian a Churchman, and Mr Socinian a Presbyterian ... also A Sermon on Dr Add-ing-tone's Bull'. 3) 'A Word in Season, to the Traders and Manufacturers of Great Britain' by 'A True-Born Englishman'. 4) 'A Protest Against T. Paine's "Rights of Man', Addressed to the Members of a Book Society" - an anti-Paine pamphlet, the Proceedings of the Association for Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers, printed 1792. 5) 'Reform or Ruin: Take Your Choice, in which The Conduct of the King, the Parliament, the Ministry, the Opposition, the Nobility and Gentry, the Bishops and Clergy etc is Considered, and That Reform Pointed Out Which Alone Can Save the Country!' by John Bowdler. Seventh edition, printed for J. Hatchard, Piccadilly, and F and C Rivington, St Paul's Church Yard, in 1798. 6) 'A Short Address, to the Members of The Loyal Associations, on the Present State of Public Affairs Containing a Brief Exposition of the Designs of the French Upon this Country, and of their Proposed Division of Great Britain and Ireland into Three Distinct and Independent Republics, with a List of the Directories and Ministers of the Same, as Prepared by the Directory at Paris', by John Gifford. Printed for T N Longman, Pater-Noster Row, 1798. There is foxing to the earlier and later pages, otherwise the interior is in very good condition, especially for its age. The front endpaper is detached, and has handwritten notes in ink giving details of the contents.

This item was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 June, 2006.
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