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The Extraordinary Red Book

£40.00

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By 'A Commoner'. Fourth Edition, 1821. The Extraordinary Red Book: An Account of All Places, Pensions, Sinecures, Grants, &c. The expenditure of the civil list, The Finances and Debt of Great Britain; with a variety of official documents never before published: among which are Admiralty droits, Land, and other Crown Revenues to February 1821. Also copies of Magna Carta, Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, and the Habeas Corpus Act: A Correct list of the new Parliament, with the names of the counties, towns, and boroughs from whence returned, the number of voters in each, by whom influenced, &c.

Bound in red cardboard boards with handwritten label to spine. Looks like a rebound copy as endpapers are of different paper stock. 248 pages plus 57 page appendix and two advertisement pages at rear. Edge deckeled with some foxing/tanning to edges.

Internally clean and securely bound. Page 57 of the appendix and the advertisement pages at the rear have hole through and marked tanning, see photo.

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Author(s):
A Commoner
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
5 x 8
Edition:
Fourth
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
306
Title:
The Extraordinary Red Book

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By 'A Commoner'. Fourth Edition, 1821. The Extraordinary Red Book: An Account of All Places, Pensions, Sinecures, Grants, &c. The expenditure of the civil list, The Finances and Debt of Great Britain; with a variety of official documents never before published: among which are Admiralty droits, Land, and other Crown Revenues to February 1821. Also copies of Magna Carta, Bill of Rights, Act of Settlement, and the Habeas Corpus Act: A Correct list of the new Parliament, with the names of the counties, towns, and boroughs from whence returned, the number of voters in each, by whom influenced, &c.

Bound in red cardboard boards with handwritten label to spine. Looks like a rebound copy as endpapers are of different paper stock. 248 pages plus 57 page appendix and two advertisement pages at rear. Edge deckeled with some foxing/tanning to edges.

Internally clean and securely bound. Page 57 of the appendix and the advertisement pages at the rear have hole through and marked tanning, see photo.

Author(s):
A Commoner
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
5 x 8
Edition:
Fourth
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
306
Title:
The Extraordinary Red Book

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