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William Cobbett

£9.99

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Condition used very good, bumping to corners, some yellowing of pages which are unmarked, front paste down coming away from cover at corners, nine illustrations. Part of the Clarendon Biographies series edited by C.L. Mowat and M.R. Price.

Biography of William Corbett (1763-1835) the great radical leader of the early nineteenth century, who went from plough boy to being elected Member of Parliament for Oldham in 1832. On his death in 1835 the Manchester Advertiser wrote 'with the deepest regret' that 'the labourers of England have lost the best friend they ever had.'

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Author(s):
Briggs, Asa
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19.5x13cm
Edition:
first
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
63
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, 1967
Title:
William Cobbett

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Condition used very good, bumping to corners, some yellowing of pages which are unmarked, front paste down coming away from cover at corners, nine illustrations. Part of the Clarendon Biographies series edited by C.L. Mowat and M.R. Price.

Biography of William Corbett (1763-1835) the great radical leader of the early nineteenth century, who went from plough boy to being elected Member of Parliament for Oldham in 1832. On his death in 1835 the Manchester Advertiser wrote 'with the deepest regret' that 'the labourers of England have lost the best friend they ever had.'

Author(s):
Briggs, Asa
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19.5x13cm
Edition:
first
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
63
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, 1967
Title:
William Cobbett

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