The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828. W. E. Channing, Randle Jackson, J. Beames, W. W. Whitmore.
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828
The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828

The Pamphleteer, Vol. XXIX, nos. 57 & 58 (LVII, LVIII), 1828

London: A.J. Valpy, 1821. Hardcover. 8vo, in library buckram and with institutional marks (withdrawn). 547 pp, printing 24 essays. The journal typically had ten to twelve "pamphlets" per number and was published from 1813 to 1828, printing essays on literature, economics, law, religion, politics and agriculture. Includes Channing on Napoleon's character, remarks on the Corn Question, on the Catholic Question and the Brunswick Clubs, Jackson on the Increase of Crime, unsigned essay on the "deplorable condition of the helpless Poor of Ireland", Channing on the writings of John Milton, etc. Good. Item #H15445

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