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An Outlaw in the Twentieth Century

£30.00

Product description

Photo illustrated autobiography.
Thomas Clifford Emmott (1907–1964) was a British author and political activist, born in Burnley, Lancashire and grew up in Colne. He fought in World War I, and later claimed to have served with Military Intelligence. He returned, in the 1940s, to live in Wycoller Cottage, becoming the only long-term resident of the remote village. While there, he wrote this autobiography. 1959 Emmott formed the "Lancastrian Party", with the stated aim of attracting attention to the neglect of north-east Lancashire] and of representing "the little people who slink round lampposts"] He stood in Nelson and Colne at the 1959 general election.His campaign attracted limited interest, with his public meetings only having three or four attendees. He took 4.6% of the votes cast, and lost his deposit.

Black boards without dust jacket.
Boards have very little wear.
Has been price clipped to top of first page as shown
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Author(s):
T C Emmott
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
145 mm x 220 mm 244 g
Edition:
un dated
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
104
Publisher:
Emmotts, Lancashire

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Photo illustrated autobiography.
Thomas Clifford Emmott (1907–1964) was a British author and political activist, born in Burnley, Lancashire and grew up in Colne. He fought in World War I, and later claimed to have served with Military Intelligence. He returned, in the 1940s, to live in Wycoller Cottage, becoming the only long-term resident of the remote village. While there, he wrote this autobiography. 1959 Emmott formed the "Lancastrian Party", with the stated aim of attracting attention to the neglect of north-east Lancashire] and of representing "the little people who slink round lampposts"] He stood in Nelson and Colne at the 1959 general election.His campaign attracted limited interest, with his public meetings only having three or four attendees. He took 4.6% of the votes cast, and lost his deposit.

Black boards without dust jacket.
Boards have very little wear.
Has been price clipped to top of first page as shown
No inscriptions.
Stated Limited First Edition

Author(s):
T C Emmott
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
145 mm x 220 mm 244 g
Edition:
un dated
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
104
Publisher:
Emmotts, Lancashire

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