The extraordinary red book, containing a list of all places, pensions, and sinecures, with the various salaries and emoluments arising therefrom; the expenditure of the civil list up to 1818; commissaries and other persons indebted to the public, with a complete view of the finance and debt of Great Britain; also Magna Charta, Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, and Habeas Corpus Act; with a variety of official documents never before published: among which is an account of the application of admiralty droits, from 1793 to February, 1818; together with a correct list of the new Parliament, the names of the counties, towns, and boroughs from whence returned, the number of voters in each, by whom influenced, &c. The whole comprising the strongest body of evidence to prove the necessity of retrenchment that can possibly be laid before the nation (Book, 1819) [WorldCat.org]
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The extraordinary red book, containing a list of all places, pensions, and sinecures, with the various salaries and emoluments arising therefrom; the expenditure of the civil list up to 1818; commissaries and other persons indebted to the public, with a complete view of the finance and debt of Great Britain; also Magna Charta, Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, and Habeas Corpus Act; with a variety of official documents never before published: among which is an account of the application of admiralty droits, from 1793 to February, 1818; together with a correct list of the new Parliament, the names of the counties, towns, and boroughs from whence returned, the number of voters in each, by whom influenced, &c. The whole comprising the strongest body of evidence to prove the necessity of retrenchment that can possibly be laid before the nation Preview this item
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The extraordinary red book, containing a list of all places, pensions, and sinecures, with the various salaries and emoluments arising therefrom; the expenditure of the civil list up to 1818; commissaries and other persons indebted to the public, with a complete view of the finance and debt of Great Britain; also Magna Charta, Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, and Habeas Corpus Act; with a variety of official documents never before published: among which is an account of the application of admiralty droits, from 1793 to February, 1818; together with a correct list of the new Parliament, the names of the counties, towns, and boroughs from whence returned, the number of voters in each, by whom influenced, &c. The whole comprising the strongest body of evidence to prove the necessity of retrenchment that can possibly be laid before the nation

Author: Commoner.; James Taylor; Edward Allen; R J Richardson
Publisher: London : Published by J. Johnston, Cheapside, and W. Clarke, 92, Royal Exchange (successor to J. Blacklock) and sold by all booksellers, 1819.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [Third edition]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Commoner.; James Taylor; Edward Allen; R J Richardson
OCLC Number: 1015517143
Notes: W. Flint, printer, Old Bailey, London.--Title page verso.
Attributed to R.J. Richardson by H.S. Foxwell (COPAC). This appears to be Reginald John Richardson who was active in Manchester ca. 1840. The British Library gives his dates as 1808-1861 which would make him too young to be the compiler of the present work.
"Preface to the third edition": pages [iii]-xvi.
Advertisements: [1] p. at end.
Description: xxiv, 225, [1] p. ; 19 cm.
Responsibility: By a commoner.

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