Limit search to available items
Book

Title [Political Tracts]
Published 1792-
Table of Contents
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 1 
   Question concerning the depreciation of our currency stated and examined, 1810 / W. Huskisson 
   Letter from the King to the people, 1821 / King George 
   Appeal to the religion justice and humanity of the inhabitants of the British Empire in behalf of the negro slaves in the West Indies, 1823 / William Wilberforce 
   Negro slavery or a view of some of the more prominent features of that state of society as it exists in the United States of America and in the colonies of the West Indies especially Jamaica, 1823 
   Declaration of the Catholic Bishops the vicars apostolic and their coadjutors in Great Britain, 1826 
   Address from the British Roman Catholics to their protestant fellow countrymen, [1826] 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 2 
   Address to the magistrates and people of Great Britain and Ireland occassioned by the alarming system of modern imprisonment, 1802 
   Address to the public from reflections on the impolicy of indiscriminate arrests and confinement for debt, 1807 
   Extraordinary cause tried on Thursday June 29 1809 before Sir James Mansfield in which the Right Hon. Geo. Ferrars Townshend (Earl of Leicester) was the plaintiff and the Morning Herald defendant, 1809 
   Little justice for colonel wardle and a reconciliation of the paradox that wright is wrong, 1809 
   Considerations on the nature and objects of the intended light and heat company, 1808 
   In Parliament : gas-light bill, [1805?] 
   Minutes of the proceedings of a meeting of gas light and coke share-holders at the city of London tavern, 1809 / John Van Voorst 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 3 
   Review of the conduct of the Prince of Wales in his various transactions with Mr. Jeffreys during a period of more than twenty years containing a detail of many circumstances relative to the Prince and Princess of Wales, 1806 / Nathaniel Jeffreys  
   Diamond cut diamond or observations on a pamphlet entitled "A review of the conduct of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales" comprising a free and impartial view of Mr. Jeffreys as a tradesman politician and courtier during a period of twenty years, 1806 / Philo-Veritas 
   Antidote to poison : or full reply to Mr. Jeffreys' attack upon the character and conduct of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, 1806 / Claudio 
   Letter to Nathaniel Jeffreys late goldsmith and jeweller to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales : late member of Parliament for the city of conventry on the subject of his extraordinary pamphlet entitled "A review of the conduct of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, 1806 
   Complete vindication of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales realtive to his creditors but not quite so complete a vindication of the Right Hon. W. Pitt relative to His Royal Highness, 1806 
   Strictures on the conductof Nathaniel Jeffreys respecting the publication of his transactions as goldsmith and jeweller to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales dedicated to the Right Honorable Lady Viscountess Melbourne, [1806]  
   Patriot's review of Mr. Jeffreys' pamphlet respecting the conduct of the Prince of Wales, 1806 
   Diamond new pointed being a supplement to diamond cut diamond containing three letters which Mr. Jeffreys sent to the Earl of Moira with a view to extort money from his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales with observations thereon in a letter to Mr. Jeffreys, 1806 / Philo-Veritas 
   Brief remarks of the licentiousness of certain details political and private tending to degrade high public characters and more particularly as relates to the publication of Mr. Nathanmiel Jeffreys, 1806 
   Admonitory letter to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales on the subject of the late delicate inquiry, 1806 
   Answer to an admonitory letter addressed to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales on the subject of the late delicate enquiry, 1806 / Aristides 
   Strictures on Corbet's unmanly observations relative to the delicate investigation and a reply to the answer to an admonitory letter to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 1806 
   Prince of Wales : a second plain letter to his Royal Highness wherein his plain duties to himself his wife his child and to the country 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 4 
   Sketch of the political state of Europe at the beginning 1805, 1805 / William Hunter 
   Character and conduct of the late and present administration considered by a national observer, 1804 
   View of the relative situations of Mr. Pitt and mr. Addington previous to and on the night of Mr. Patten's motion, 1804 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 5 
   On the means of conveying information to the people, [1818] / J. A. Roebuck 
   Dorchester labourers / J. A. Roebuck 
   Stamped press of London and its morality / J. A. Roebuck 
   On the amusements of the aristocracy and of the people / J. A. Roebuck 
   American ballot-box / H. S. Chapman 
   Mr Halse's opinion of the industrious classes of England with a note / J. A. Roebuck 
   Persecution preached by the parsons of the state church in Ireland, [1835] / J. A. Roebuck 
   Guards : the uselessness of these regiments in London / J. A. Roebuck 
   Letter to the electors of bath on the municipal corporation reform bill / J. A. Roebuck 
   Trades' unions : their advantages to the working classes / J. A. Roebuck 
   Taxes on knowledge / Francis Place 
   "Morning advertiser" and Mr. Wakley / J. A. Roebuck 
   Orange societies / J. A. Roebuck 
   Of what use is the House of Lords? / J. A. Roebuck 
   Persecution of the unstamped press / J. A. Roebuck 
   Evils of a House of Lords / J. A. Roebuck 
   Mr Spring Rice and the tax on knowledge with a postscript on the French King and the press / H. S. Chapman 
   Matchless constitution / T. Falconer 
   Parliamentary notes : Mr. Hanmer / J. A. Roebuck 
   Crisis : what ought the ministers to do? / J. A. Roebuck 
   Rotten borough for sale / H. S. Chapman 
   Mr. Bulwer's sham motion for the repeal of the tax on knowledge / H. S. Chapman 
   Administration of the law by the lords / T. Falconer 
   Conduct of ministers respecting the amendments of the House of Lords / J. A. Roebuck 
   Local courts in boroughs / T. Falconer 
   Mr. Spring Rice and the appropriation act / H. S. Chapman 
   Short review of a long session / J. A. Roebuck 
   Mr. Grove Price and the constitution / J. A. Roebuck 
   New methods of disfranching electors / H. S. Chapman 
   Borough justices / H. S. Chapman 
   Letter to the Duke of Cumberland / William Allen 
   Letter to the future municipal electors of bath / J. A. Roebuck 
   Borough courts / T. Falconer 
   Liberal constitution of the reform act at Leeds / H. S. Chapman 
   Peers and the people : municipal reform : corn laws : taxes on knowledge / Francis Place 
   Wholesale obstructiveness of the Lords / H. S. Chapman 
   Votes of Mr. George Frederick Young / H. S. Chapman 
   Hand loom weavers and factory workers : a letter to James Turner cotton spinner / Francis Place 
   Commenoration of the reformation / J. A. Roebuck 
   Mr. Rintoul the "we" of the spectator / H. S. Chapman 
   "Great unstamped" acknowledged to be invincible / H. S. Chapman 
   Parties in the House of Commons : dissensions among the Tories / J. A. Roebuck 
   O'Connell and English agitation / J. A. Roebuck 
   Consolation and compensation to borough town clerks : royal prerogative / H. S. Chapman 
   General Evan's rule of promotion in the auxiliary army of spain / H. S. Chapman 
   Conduct of the authorities towards the unstamped press / H. S. Chapman 
   Registration / H. S. Chapman 
   Church : what? a state church : what? / J. A. Roebuck 
   Legal wisdom : the revising barristers / J. A. Roebuck 
   Sobriety of the working class : the gin palace fallacy / H. S. Chapman 
   Democracy in America / J. A. Roebuck 
   Character and sufferings of the Irish clergy / H. S. Chapman 
   London review and the Irish church question / J. A. Roebuck 
   "We" of the Herald / H. S. Chapman 
   Times / J. A. Roebuck 
   Newspaper stamp return / H. S. Chapman 
   Whigs and radicals? Lord John Russell's exhortation / J. A. Roebuck 
   Letter to Dr. Chalmers on the subject of a grant of public money to the scotch church / William Allen 
   Poor laws / J. A. Roebuck 
   Progress of democracy / Robert Hammersley 
   London review and the preiodical press / J. A. Roebuck 
   Orange exposure / H. S. Chapman 
   Preliminary reforms : being a summary of the principles advocated in these pamphlets / H. S. Chapman 
   Radicals and the ministers / J. A. Roebuck 
   Speech of Sir W. Molesworth at Birmingham / J. A. Roebuck 
   Paper-maker's grievance / H. S. Chapman 
   Democracy preached by "Blackwood" / Robert Hammersley 
   Letter from Geo. Sinclair Esq. M. P. to Mr. Roebuck with reply and remarks / J. A. Roebuck 
   English in America / J. A. Roebuck 
   Injustice to prisoners / H. S. Chapman 
   Cheap law / T. Falconer 
   Hints addressed to the young men of Great Britain on the progress of political opinion / Robert Hammersley 
   Should politics influence municipal elections? / H. S. Chapman 
   Repeal of the stamp duty on newspapers / Francis Place 
   Engalnd a step-mother to her soldiers / J. A. Roebuck 
   Signs of the times / J. A. Roebuck 
   Toryphobia / H. S. Chapman 
   People are not to blame? libellous fallacy of the Edinburgh review / H. S. Chapman 
   Decay of Whigism : public opinion in Bath : the recent dinner / H. S. Chapman 
   Whig creed : Lord John Russell and the Bristol dinner / Robert Hammersley 
   Factory workers and hand-loom weavers : ten hours bill / Francis Place 
   Despotism of the French King : opinions of republicanism in France / J. A. Roebuck 
   Whig appointmetns to office : Lord Aylmer ex-governor of Canada / H. S. Chapman 
   Note on "the Globe" / J. A. Roebuck 
   Orange plot / H. S. Chapman 
   Propects of the coming sessions: views of the radical party / J. A. Roebuck 
   Mr. N Goldsmid and Mr. John Black the editor of the Morning Chronicle / J. A. Roebuck 
   Railroads and railroad projects : Mr. Goulburn's anathema / H. S. Chapman 
   Newspaper stamp return : postscript to a former article / H. S. Chapman 
   Letter to Daniel O'Connell Esq. M. P. on Peerage reform / J. A. Roebuck 
   Crusade against the unstamped ": Mr. Broughton's decision / H. S. Chapman 
   Birmingham political union and the House of Lords / Robert Hammersley 
   More "Justices' justice" / J. A. Roebuck 
   Stopping supplies / H. S. Chapman 
   Lord Glenelg and the new Australian colony / H. S. Chapman 
   Municipal elections / J. A. Roebuck 
   Whole art and mystery of Peerage Scheming / H. S. Chapman 
   Radical support to a Whig ministry / J. A. Roebuck 
   Taxation of the rich and of the poor / H. S. Chapman 
   Mr. Laing's justices' justice / J. A. Roebuck 
   King's speech which ought to be spoken / J. A. Roebuck 
   Colonies / H. S. Chapman 
   British museum / J. A. Roebuck 
   State of the newspaper stamp question / H. S. Chapman 
   Aristocracy ( from " the London Review") / J. A. Roebuck 
   Address to readers / J. A. Roebuck 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 6 
   Parliamentary reform : a full and accurate report of the proceedings at the meeting held at the Crown and Anchor tavern, 1809 / Francis Burdett 
   Plan of reform proposed by Sir Francis Burdett correctly reported in two speeches delivered in parliament recommending an inquiry into the state of the representation to which are added Mr. Percival's objections to the motion and the list of the minority who voted for it in the House of Commons, 1809 / Francis Burdett 
   Speech of Sir Francis Burdett at the Crown and Anchor traven on the occasion of dining with his constituents after his liberation from their tower, 1810 / Francis Burdett 
   Account of the proceedings of the electors of Westminister on the commitment of their representation Sir Francis Burdett to the tower, [1810] 
   Speech of Sir Francis Burdett delivered in the House of Commons upon a motion of Lord Folkstone to examine into the practice of ex-officio informations filed by the attorney-general in cases of libel, 1811 / Francis Burdett 
   Sir Francis Burdett address to the Prince Regent : as proposed in the House of Commons to which is prefixed the speech upon that occasion : and to which is subjoined the speech of Lord Cochrane who seconded the motion, 1812 / Francis Burdett 
   Reform of parliament to the Westminster, 1820 
   Account of the proceedings of the electors of the borough of southwark held by order of the high bailiff Sir Watkin Lewes under the following requisition : with an address to the electors, 1809 / Mr. Favell 
   Reply to the manifesto of the Whigs in the last number of the Edinburgh review on the question of parliamentary reform, 1821 
   To members of both Houses of Imperial Parliament, 1820 / S 
   Agrarian justice being a plan for meliorating the condition of man by creating in every nation a national fund, [1795-96] / Thomas Paine 
   Proposals for establishing in the metropolis a day school in which an example may be set of the application of the methods of Dr. Bell Mr. Lancaster and others to the higher branches of education, 1817 
   Exposition of the British House of Commons as at present constituted in which is exhibited the nature and extent of the suffrage in every county city and borough returning members to parliament in the United Kingdom, [1822] 
   Reform of parliament : substance of the speech of John Cam Hobhouse esq. F. R. S. in the House of Commons on Mr. Lambton's motion for a committee of the whole house to consider the present state of representation, 1821 / John Cam Hobhouse 
   Combinations of workmen : substance of the speech of Francis Jeffrey, 1825 / Francis Jeffrey 
   Speech delivered by Robert Wilmot Horton in the town hall of Newcastle under lyne, 1825 / Robert Wilmot Horton 
   Historical sketch of the origin and progress of parliamentary corruption and of the evils arising therefrom : in order to prove the imperious necessity of parliamentary reform, 1831 / John Scott Lillie 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 7 
   Observations on Mr. Secretary Peel's House of Commons speech introducing his police magistrates' salary raising bill, 1825 / Jeremy Bentham 
   Political fallacies, 1825 
   Slavery in the West Indies, [1829] 
   On the ballot from the Westminster review, 1830 
   Article on the colonization and commerce of British India from the Westminster Review, no.22 , October, 1829 
   Article on the distress of the country from the Westminster review no. 24, 1830 
   Greatest happiness principle in morals and government part lll,1830 
   On the taxes on knowledge from the Westminster Review, no. 29, 1831 
   Lion : new emigration project, no. 12, vol 1, 1828 
   Cathechism on the cornlaws : with a list of fallacies and the answers, [1827] 
   King against Sir Charles Wolseley baronet and Joseph Harrison, schoolmaster : set down for trial at Chester : brief remarks, 1820 / Jeremy Bentham 
   Truth versus Ashurst : or law as it is contrasted with what it is said to be : written in December 1792, 1823 
   Opinions concerning Dr. Maclean's researchers, [1815] / Robert Liston 
   Cotton factories, [1825] 
   Proposals for establishing in the metropolis a day school in which an example may be set of the application of the methods of Dr. Bell Mr. Lancaster and others to the higher branches of education, 1817 
   Origin object and Operation of the apprentice laws with their application to times past present and to come, 1814 
   Observations on the duty on sea-borne coal and onthe peculiar duties and charges on coal in the Port of London,1831 
   History and the mystery of Good-Friday, 1823 / Robert Robinson 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 8 
   Speech of the Right Honourable Lord Lyndhurst in the House of Lords on the dissenters chapels' bill, 1844 
   First trial of William Hone on an ex-officio information, 1817 
   Second trial of William Hone on an ex-officio information, 1817 
   Third trial of William Hone on an ex-officio information, 1818 
   Letter to the Hon, Jsutice Torrens by John Paget Esqu., 1855 
   Miss Sellon and the Sisters of Mercy : an exposure of the constitution rules religious views an dpractical working of their society, 1852 / James Spurrell 
   Westminster and Dr. Wiseman : or facts v. fiction / William Page Wood 
   Letter from Mr. Charles Mathews to the dramatic authors of France, 1852 / Charles Mathews 
   Notes on some of the principal pictures exhibited in the rooms of the Royal Academy and Society of Painters in water colours: no. ll, 1856 / John Ruskin 
   Inquiry into the truth of the accusations made against the Marquis of Calnricarde in the cause of Handcock v. Delacour lately heard in the Irish court of Chancery, 1858 
SeriesBOUND TOGETHER AS VOLUME 9 
   On the means of conveying information to the people / J. A. Roebuck 
   Parties in the House of Commons : dissensions among the tories / J. A. Roebuck 
   O'Connell and English agitation / J. A. Roebuck 
   Consolation and compensation to borough town clerks : royal prerogative / H. S. Chapman 
   General Evans's rule of promotion in the auxiliary army of Spain / H. S. Chapman 
   Conduct of the authorities towards the unstamped press / H. S. Chapman 
   Registration / H. S. Chapman 
   Persecution preached by the parsons of the state church in Ireland / J. A. Roebuck 
   Guards : the uselessness of these regiments in London / J. A. Roebuck 
   On the amusements of the aristocracy and the people / J. A. Roebuck 
   American ballot-box / H. S. Chapman 
   Mr Halse's opinion of the industrious classes of England / J. A. Roebuck 
   Radical support to a Whig ministry / J. A. Roebuck 
   Taxation of the rich and of the poor / H. S. Chapman 
   Mr. Laing's justices' justice / J. A. Roebuck 
   Repeal of the stamp duty on newspapers / Francis Place 
   Birmingham political union and the House of Lords / Roberts Hammersley 
   More "justices' justice" / J. A. Roebuck 
   Stopping supplies / H. S. Chapman 
   Lord Glenelg and the new Australian colony / H. S. Chapman 
   Orange societies / T. Falconer 
   Taxes on knowledge / Francis Place 
   Morning Advertiser and Mr. Wakley / J. A. Roebuck 
   Victims of the unstamped press / H. S. Chapman 
   Trades' unions : their advantages to the working classes / J. A. Roebuck 
   Fallacies of the HOuse of Commons on the ballot in America / H.S. Chapman 
   Evils of House of Lords / J. A. Roebuck 
   Mr. Spring rice and the tax on knowledge with a postscript on the French King and the press / H. S. Chapman 
   Matchless constitution / T. Falconer 
   Parliamentary notices : Mr. Hanmer / J. A. Roebuck 
   Dorchester labourers / J. A. Roebuck 
   On the qualification clause of the corporation bill / J. A. Roebuck 
   Stamped press of London and its morality / J. A. Roebuck 
   Sincerity of Tory professions in favour of corporation reform / J. A. Roebuck 
   Letter to the electors of Bath on the municipal corporation reform bill / J. A. Roebuck 
   Of what use is the House of Lords? / J. A. Roebuck 
   Persecution of the unstamped press / J. A. Roebuck 
   Voice from the Commons : April 23, 1836 / Thomas Wakley 
   Voice from the Commons : May 1, 1836 / Thomas Wakley 
   Voice from the Commons : May 8, 1836 / Thomas Wakley 
   Voice from the Commons : May 15, 1836 / Thomas Wakley 
   Voice from the Commons : May 22, 1836 / Thomas Wakley 
   Reform of the Lords : May 28, 1836 / Thomas Wakley 

Copies

Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 ADPML SPPAM  320 Ptr/Pco  LIB USE ONLY
Description 9 v. : ill.
Series [Pamphlet collection]
Summary Consists of pamphlets collected over an extended period of time covering the broad subject area of politics. Includes material from 1792-.
Notes Title and series title supplied by Cataloguer
Subject Hone, William, 1780-1842
Peel, Robert, Sir, 1788-1850]
Great Britain. Constitution
Great Britain. Court of Chancery
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Catholic Church -- Ireland -- History -- 19th century
Catholic Church -- Sermons
Tower of London (London, England)
Antislavery movements
Apprenticeship programs -- Great Britain
Aristocracy (Social class) -- Great Britain
Art -- Great Britain
Artists -- Great Britain
Authors, French -- 19th century
Chapels -- Great Britain
Coal -- Economic aspects -- Great Britain
Collective bargaining -- Great Britain
Conduct of life
Constitutional history -- Great Britain
Corn laws (Great Britain) -- History
Cotton textile industry -- England -- Lancashire -- History
Democracy -- Great Britain -- History
Democracy -- United States -- History
Devaluation of currency -- Great Britain
Easter
Education -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Elections -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Extortion
Imprisonment
Indictments
Industrial management -- Great Britain
Intergroup relations
Justice, Administration of
Knowledge and learning
Labor unions -- Great Britain -- History
Legislative bodies -- Reform
Libel and slander -- Great Britain
Lighting
Monarchy -- Great Britain
Natural resources -- Great Britain
Nobility -- England
Police administration -- Great Britain
Political parties -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century
Poor -- Education -- Great Britain -- History
Press and politics -- Great Britain
Princes -- Great Britain -- Biography
Princes -- Great Britain -- Conduct of life
Prisons -- Great Britain
Prisons -- United States
Protestants -- Ireland -- History
Punishment
Slavery -- West Indies
Slavery -- West Indies, British
Soldiers -- Great Britain
Stamp duties -- Newspapers
Trials -- Great Britain
Wages
Wages and labor productivity -- Great Britain
Watercolorists
Working class -- Great Britain -- Social conditions
Europe -- Politics and government
France -- Politics and government -- 19th century
Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration -- History
Great Britain -- Kings and rulers
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century
Great Britain -- Religion -- 19th century
India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947
Ireland -- Politics and government
Ireland -- Religion