The eloquent speech on the dethronement of Napoleon, the state of Ireland, the dangers of England, and the necessity of immediate Parliamentary reform /
delivered by Charles Phillips, Esq. at a public dinner given to him at Liverpool on the 31st October, 1816; with other proceedings at the meeting, and a poem by him.
|Main Creator:||Phillips, Charles, 1787?-1859.|
Pamphlet relating the lost cause of Napoleon to the need for Parliamentary reform. Cf. A. Bowden, William Hone's political journalism, 1815-1821, p. 49.
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London: printed for W. Hone, 1816.
Caption title: The speech, &c.
At head of title: Hone's genuine edition -- with a poem.
On verso of t.p.: Hay and Turner, Printers, Newcastle Street. Strand.
Includes a poem (p. 15-16): "Lines occasioned by the liberation of Mr. John Magee from an imprisonment of two years and a half, commenced when he had scarcely attained the age of manhood."
Copy signed on t.p. with the name John Cooke.
Formerly in the personal collection of Anne and F.G. Renier.
Physical description: 16 p. ; 21 cm.
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