London radicalism, 1830-1843

a selection from the papers of Francis Place
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London Record Society , London
Gt. Brit -- Politics and government -- 1830-1837 -- Addresses, essays,lectures., Gt. Brit -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901 -- Addresses, essays, lect
Statementedited by D. J. Rowe.
SeriesLondon Record Society publications -- v.5
ContributionsRowe, D. J. 1940-, London Record Society.
The Physical Object
FormatHardback
Paginationxxviii,266p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22631630M
ISBN 100900952016
OCLC/WorldCa149266

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$ The English Fur Trade in the Later Middle Ages. Elspeth M. Veale. London Record Society. The Francis Place Collection is an important British Library collection of press cuttings, leaflets, and ephemera about British politics and economics between and with some earlier material.

The collection was created by the social reformer Francis Place (–). InPlace suffered a stroke, and possibly a brain tumour, which left him with difficulty reading and. The Great Wardrobe Accounts of Henry VII and Henry VIII; July pages x15 cm London Record Society ISBN: London Radicalism - D. Rowe.

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London: London Record Society. Rowe, D. (): “London Radicalism in the Era of the Great Reform Bill” in Stevenson, John, ed., London in the Age of Reform. Oxford. Attribution This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Cooper, Thompson ().

"Mongrédien, Augustus".In Lee, Sidney (ed.). Dictionary of 1830-1843 book BiographyLondon: Smith, Elder & Co. 'The Radical Club, and other papers', in London Radicalism A Selection of the Papers of Francis Place, ed. D J Rowe (London, Born:London. A biography, New Haven and London, Buckley, Jessie K., Joseph Parkes of Birmingham and the part he played in Radical Reform movements from toBurns, Arthur and Innes, Joanna, eds, Rethinking the Age of Reform/5(25).

John Crawfurd FRS (13 August – 11 May ) was a Scottish physician, colonial administrator and diplomat, and author. He is now best known for his work on Asian languages, his History of the Indian Archipelago, and his role in founding Singapore as the last British Resident of Singapore; the position of Resident was replaced by the Governor of the Straits Nationality: Scottish.

Francis Place (3 NovemberLondon 1 JanuaryLondon) was an English social reformer. Born in the debtor's prison which his father oversaw near Drury Lane, Place was schooled for ten years before being apprenticed to a leather-breeches maker.3/5(2).

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This minute book of the London Working Men’s Association from 18 October contains demands for ‘Universal Suffrage, the protection of the Ballot, Annual Parliaments, Equal representation, and no property qualification for members [of Parliament]’. 'London Workingmen's Association: Further papers', London Radicalism A.

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Rowe Place, Francis, [ Book: ]. Full text of "The Members of the London Mechanics' Institution " See other formats The Members of the London Mechanics' Institution Helen Hudson Flexner The London Mechanics' Institution (LMI) was founded in to teach. Frederick Draycott stood for election to the the council of the National Political Union in ('Papers relating to the National Political Union', London Radicalism A selection of the papers of Francis Place,pp, at ;carver and gilder", accessed 31 July ).

He was a customer of the. ‘London and the London Corresponding Society’. In Romantic Metropolis: The urban scene of British culture, – James Chandler and Kevin Gilmartin, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,pp.

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Rowe.2/5(1). The following October he was to play an important role in the successful organisation of a huge procession of the union’s members, involving tens of thousands of disaffected supporters of the first Reform Bill from all the parishes in London who marched through the city in protest at its defeat by the House of Lords (Place sec.

23). This essay traces the meandering career of Weymouth Birkbeck Thelwall, the son of John Thelwall and his former pupil and second wife, the young and beautiful Henrietta Cecil Boyle. Born on the eve of reform and near the end of John Thelwall’s life, Weymouth followed in his father’s artistic, adventurous and amorous footsteps; creating his own peripatetic journey.

Popular radicals, however, failed to regain the initiative as ‘public opinion’, a middle-class construction, became increasingly ‘liberal’ and influential. This is a London Radicalism – A Selection from the Papers of Francis Place (London, ), pp.

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