The Resource The complaints of the poor people of England : Containing remarks I. On government. II. On the defects in the English government, as to representation. III. On the ignorance of the poor, and the imperfection of the laws. IV. On capital punishments. V. On the royal household, and public expenditure. VI. On the church. VII. On the law-courts. VIII. On the army. IX. On the navy. X. On schools. XI. On poor-rates, and poor-houses. XII. On public hospitals. XIII. On prisons. XIV. On feudal and seignoral rights, labourers, and manufacturers. XV. Address to the friends of reform. XVI. Balance of opinions, (electronic resource)

The complaints of the poor people of England : Containing remarks I. On government. II. On the defects in the English government, as to representation. III. On the ignorance of the poor, and the imperfection of the laws. IV. On capital punishments. V. On the royal household, and public expenditure. VI. On the church. VII. On the law-courts. VIII. On the army. IX. On the navy. X. On schools. XI. On poor-rates, and poor-houses. XII. On public hospitals. XIII. On prisons. XIV. On feudal and seignoral rights, labourers, and manufacturers. XV. Address to the friends of reform. XVI. Balance of opinions, (electronic resource)

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The complaints of the poor people of England : Containing remarks I. On government. II. On the defects in the English government, as to representation. III. On the ignorance of the poor, and the imperfection of the laws. IV. On capital punishments. V. On the royal household, and public expenditure. VI. On the church. VII. On the law-courts. VIII. On the army. IX. On the navy. X. On schools. XI. On poor-rates, and poor-houses. XII. On public hospitals. XIII. On prisons. XIV. On feudal and seignoral rights, labourers, and manufacturers. XV. Address to the friends of reform. XVI. Balance of opinions
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The complaints of the poor people of England
Title remainder
Containing remarks I. On government. II. On the defects in the English government, as to representation. III. On the ignorance of the poor, and the imperfection of the laws. IV. On capital punishments. V. On the royal household, and public expenditure. VI. On the church. VII. On the law-courts. VIII. On the army. IX. On the navy. X. On schools. XI. On poor-rates, and poor-houses. XII. On public hospitals. XIII. On prisons. XIV. On feudal and seignoral rights, labourers, and manufacturers. XV. Address to the friends of reform. XVI. Balance of opinions
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T11219
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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1755-1841
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Dyer, George
Nature of contents
patent document
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Poor
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The complaints of the poor people of England : Containing remarks I. On government. II. On the defects in the English government, as to representation. III. On the ignorance of the poor, and the imperfection of the laws. IV. On capital punishments. V. On the royal household, and public expenditure. VI. On the church. VII. On the law-courts. VIII. On the army. IX. On the navy. X. On schools. XI. On poor-rates, and poor-houses. XII. On public hospitals. XIII. On prisons. XIV. On feudal and seignoral rights, labourers, and manufacturers. XV. Address to the friends of reform. XVI. Balance of opinions, (electronic resource)
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  • Anonymous. By George Dyer
  • With a final leaf of advertisements for J. Johnson
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT11219
Dimensions
120.
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unknown
Extent
vii,[1],246,[2]pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006210963
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The complaints of the poor people of England : Containing remarks I. On government. II. On the defects in the English government, as to representation. III. On the ignorance of the poor, and the imperfection of the laws. IV. On capital punishments. V. On the royal household, and public expenditure. VI. On the church. VII. On the law-courts. VIII. On the army. IX. On the navy. X. On schools. XI. On poor-rates, and poor-houses. XII. On public hospitals. XIII. On prisons. XIV. On feudal and seignoral rights, labourers, and manufacturers. XV. Address to the friends of reform. XVI. Balance of opinions, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Anonymous. By George Dyer
  • With a final leaf of advertisements for J. Johnson
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT11219
Dimensions
120.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
vii,[1],246,[2]pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006210963

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