The Pamphleteer

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en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – June 1994 – vârsta de la 18 până la 18 ani
First published between 1813 and 1828 The Pamphleteer, is a unique collection of pamphlets and articles on a variety of subjects including philosophy, politics, political economy, jurisprudence, education and literature. An important forum of debate during a key period in modern history, The Pamphleteer abounds with works of significance and interest. The collection represents primary source material in the history of social sciences, and gives an invaluable overview of contemporary debates on a wide range of issues.
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ISBN-13: 9780415115636
ISBN-10: 0415115639
Pagini: 16500
Dimensiuni: 138 x 216 mm
Greutate: 4.81 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Routledge


Remarks on the State of the Corn Question after the Parliamentary Discussion of 1827Anon [No.57]
The Life and Genius of Lord Byron
Sir Walter Scott [No.47]
Account of the Report of the National Society for the Education of the PoorAnon [NO.3]
Letters on the Political and Financial Situation of the British Empire in the year 1816
F P Eliot, Esq. [No.13]
Elements of a Plan for the Liquidation of the Public Debt of the United Kingdom
Richard Heathfield [No.30]
Letter to the Right Hon. R Peel, on the present state of the Law with respect to Assaults
anon [No.52]
Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Byron, protesting against the immolation of Gray, Cowper, and Campbell, at the shrine of Pope Anon [No.36]
Observations on the Casual and Periodical Influence of Particular States of the Atmosphere on Human Health and Diseases, particularly Insanity
T Forster MD [No.27]
Essay on External PerceptionJ Fearn [No.6]
Letter to M Talleyrand on the subject of the Slave Trade
william Wilberforce, MP [No.10]
Defence of Economy against the late Mr Burke
Jeremy Bentham [No.17]