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Newgate in revolution : an anthology of radical prison literature in the age of revolution

Author: Michael T Davis; Iain McCalman; Christina Parolin
Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Introduction; 1. Charles Pigott, The Jockey Club; or a Sketch of the Manners of the Age; 2. [James Parkinson], Old Hubert, pseud., An Address to the Hon. Edmund Burke from the Swinish Multitude  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael T Davis; Iain McCalman; Christina Parolin
ISBN: 0826475329 9780826475329
OCLC Number: 58554206
Description: xxv, 202 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction; 1. Charles Pigott, The Jockey Club; or a Sketch of the Manners of the Age; 2. [James Parkinson], Old Hubert, pseud., An Address to the Hon. Edmund Burke from the Swinish Multitude (London, 1793; 3. James Henry Lawrence, An Essay on the Nair System of Gallantry and Inheritance; 4. Thomas Lloyd, Impositions and Abuses in the Management of the Jail of Newgate; 5. The Diary of Thomas Lloyd kept in Newgate prison 1794-96; 6. Sampson Perry, Oppressionill The Appeal of Captain Perry, (Late Editor of the Argus), to the People of England; 7. William Hodgson, The Case of William Hodgson, Now Confined in Newgate, for the Payment of Two Hundred Pounds...; 8. William Hodgson, Proposals for Publishing by Subscription, a Treatise Called the Female Citizen, or a Historical, Political and Philosophical Enquiry into the Rights of Women, as Members of Society; 9. Daniel Isaac Eaton, Extortions and Abuses of Newgate; Exhibited in a Memorial and Explanation to the Lord Mayor; 10. Robert Southey, Wat Tyler; a Dramatic Poem; Index.
Responsibility: edited by Michael T. Davis, Iain McCalman, Christina Parolin.

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