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Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature. Volume V: Additions to the printed books, periodicals and manuscripts to 1850 - Whitelegge, A. ; Vyse, R. ; Massil, S.W. ; Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature
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London: William Cobbett, 1825. Hardcover. Half calf with marbled boards. 5 1/2" x 8 5/8". Unpaginated. Book in acceptable condition. Front board and endpapers loose and detached from rest of book. Corners bumped. Spine worn but retaining decorative embossing and gilt. All pages clean and tight. Book in acceptable condition. A resource for learning more about farming and its relation to wooded lands. William Cobbett (d.1835) was an English pamphleteer, farmer, journalist and member of parliament, who was born in Farnham, Surrey. He believed that reforming Parliament and abolishing the rotten boroughs would help to end the poverty of farm labourers, and he attacked the borough-mongers, sinecurists and "tax-eaters" relentlessly. He was also against the Corn Laws, a tax on imported grain. Early in his career, he was a loyalist supporter of King and Country: but later he joined and successfully publicised the radical movement, which led to the Reform Bill of 1832, and to his being elected in 1832 as one of the two MPs for the newly enfranchised borough of Oldham. Although he was not a Catholic, he became a fiery advocate of Catholic Emancipation in Britain. Through the seeming contradictions in Cobbett's life, his opposition to authority stayed constant. He wrote many polemics, on subjects from political reform to religion, but is best known for his book from 1830, Rural Rides, which is still in print today., William Cobbett, 1825, London: Printed by R. and A. Taylor, and sold by Sherwod, Neely, and Jones, 1821,. small octavo, 56 pp.; extraction roughness at left margins, small hole in title touching two letters, else very good in self wrappers, London: Printed by R. and A. Taylor, and sold by Sherwod, Neely, and Jones, 1821, Manchester Alex Ireland 1864, 1864. Paperback. Fair. G disbound 35 page. Cobden was a radical MP of the 1800's, a regular opponent of the Duke of Wellington, member of the anti Corn Law League, campaigner against the Crimea War, this 35 page pamphlet published by Cobden deals with his accusations that the Times newspaper was in league with the Government. Newspapers refused to give coverage to his letters so he published this pamphlet, an interesting piece of political history published 1864, a year before his death., Manchester Alex Ireland 1864, 1864, Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995. Cloth, gilt cover title, 4to,. x, [2], 101, [3] pp. The Goldsmiths' Library at the University of London contains the major collection of historical economic literature in the English-speaking world. It includes periodicals, pamphlets, manuscripts and autograph letters - as well as printed books - from the fifteenth century to the present day. The Catalogue, now in five volumes, constitutes an essential bibliographical tool and is the key reference for early economic literature. It includes all works of economic literature in the University Library, covering the period from 1470 to 1850. The entries in volumes I, II and V are arranged chronologically under the year of publication, and from 1601 onwards this year-by-year arrangement is supplemented by 14 subject divisions: general, agriculture, corn laws, population, trades and manufactures, commerce, colonies, finance, transport, social conditions, slavery politics, socialism, miscellaneous. This combined chronological and subject arrangement, together with the exhaustive index in Volume IV makes the Catalogue a primary reference source for historians and economists concerned with the economic history of Great Britain, Europe, North America and Britain's colonial empire. ...Volume V [the first supplement to the Catalogue since 1982], which has its own index and covers additions since the publication of Volume III, follows the University Library's collaboration with Harvard's Kress Library which produced an integrated microfilm of the catalogues of both collections, and the acquisitions made have been restricted essentially to unique new holdings for the Goldsmiths' Library. "The arrangement of the supplement follows that of the earlier volumes and takes up the chronological and numerical arrangements of volumes I-III. . Entries, however, are fuller than before. The index has title entries for all items and is complemented by an index of places of publication (other than London) and a provenance index reflecting greater interest in these matters than prevailed over twenty years ago. Fine in dustwrapper with minor marks., Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995, 1995

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Pamphlet, 22 pages. No cover (lost?), date, author etc unknown. Pages loose, as stitching lost. But in very good condition, with no foxing. Contains the following sections: Repeal of Navigation and Corn Laws, Depression of Trade and its Causes, Definitions of Terms, Imports Greater than Exports, Effects of Taxes on Goods, One Sided Free Trade, Retaliation, Sugar Bounty, A Tax on Foreign Corn, Fair Traders and Socialists, Taxing French Silks, Nature's Protection, Prof. Sidgwick on Free Trade, Protection All Round, Objections to Free Trade, Remedy for Evil of Free Trade, Arguments for Protection, Value of Free Trade. . Pamphlet. Very Good., Manchester: J. Gadsby, 1842 [iv], 16, 16, [2], 18 pages. Essays by George Hope, Arthur Morse and W.R. Greg. Each essay has its won title page and pagination. First and final few pages are browned and spotted, also soiled. Bound in modern cloth boards, gilt lettered to the spine.. Hard Cover. Good., J. Gadsby, 1842, Manchester Alex Ireland 1864, 1864. Paperback. Fair. G disbound 35 page. Cobden was a radical MP of the 1800's, a regular opponent of the Duke of Wellington, member of the anti Corn Law League, campaigner against the Crimea War, this 35 page pamphlet published by Cobden deals with his accusations that the Times newspaper was in league with the Government. Newspapers refused to give coverage to his letters so he published this pamphlet, an interesting piece of political history published 1864, a year before his death., Manchester Alex Ireland 1864, 1864, London: Printed by R. and A. Taylor, and sold by Sherwod, Neely, and Jones, 1821,. small octavo, 56 pp.; extraction roughness at left margins, small hole in title touching two letters, else very good in self wrappers, London: Printed by R. and A. Taylor, and sold by Sherwod, Neely, and Jones, 1821, Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995. Cloth, gilt cover title, 4to,. x, [2], 101, [3] pp. The Goldsmiths' Library at the University of London contains the major collection of historical economic literature in the English-speaking world. It includes periodicals, pamphlets, manuscripts and autograph letters - as well as printed books - from the fifteenth century to the present day. The Catalogue, now in five volumes, constitutes an essential bibliographical tool and is the key reference for early economic literature. It includes all works of economic literature in the University Library, covering the period from 1470 to 1850. The entries in volumes I, II and V are arranged chronologically under the year of publication, and from 1601 onwards this year-by-year arrangement is supplemented by 14 subject divisions: general, agriculture, corn laws, population, trades and manufactures, commerce, colonies, finance, transport, social conditions, slavery politics, socialism, miscellaneous. This combined chronological and subject arrangement, together with the exhaustive index in Volume IV makes the Catalogue a primary reference source for historians and economists concerned with the economic history of Great Britain, Europe, North America and Britain's colonial empire. ...Volume V [the first supplement to the Catalogue since 1982], which has its own index and covers additions since the publication of Volume III, follows the University Library's collaboration with Harvard's Kress Library which produced an integrated microfilm of the catalogues of both collections, and the acquisitions made have been restricted essentially to unique new holdings for the Goldsmiths' Library. "The arrangement of the supplement follows that of the earlier volumes and takes up the chronological and numerical arrangements of volumes I-III. . Entries, however, are fuller than before. The index has title entries for all items and is complemented by an index of places of publication (other than London) and a provenance index reflecting greater interest in these matters than prevailed over twenty years ago. Fine in dustwrapper with minor marks., Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995, 1995

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[EAN: 9780485150209], [PU: Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995], GOLDSMITHS' LIBRARY. BIBLIOGRAPHY BIBLIOGRAPHIES BIBLIOGRAPHICAL BIBLIOGRAPHIE BIBLIOGRAFIA WYKBOOKS 28868 UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. LIBRARY - CATALOGS ECONOMIC LITERATURE ECONOMICS WHITELEGGE, ANGELA;VYSE, RUTH;MASSIL, STEPHEN W.;UNIVERSITY LONDON, LIBRARY; CATALOGUE, Jacket, Cloth, gilt cover title, 4to, x, [2], 101, [3] pp. " The Goldsmiths' Library at the University of London contains the major collection of historical economic literature in the English-speaking world. It includes periodicals, pamphlets, manuscripts and autograph letters - as well as printed books - from the fifteenth century to the present day. The Catalogue, now in five volumes, constitutes an essential bibliographical tool and is the key reference for early economic literature. It includes all works of economic literature in the University Library, covering the period from 1470 to 1850. The entries in volumes I, II and V are arranged chronologically under the year of publication, and from 1601 onwards this year-by-year arrangement is supplemented by 14 subject divisions: general, agriculture, corn laws, population, trades and manufactures, commerce, colonies, finance, transport, social conditions, slavery politics, socialism, miscellaneous. This combined chronological and subject arrangement, together with the exhaustive index in Volume IV makes the Catalogue a primary reference source for historians and economists concerned with the economic history of Great Britain, Europe, North America and Britain's colonial empire. .Volume V [the first supplement to the Catalogue since 1982], which has its own index and covers additions since the publication of Volume III, follows the University Library's collaboration with Harvard's Kress Library which produced an integrated microfilm of the catalogues of both collections, and the acquisitions made have been restricted essentially to unique new holdings for the Goldsmiths' Library. "The arrangement of the supplement follows that of the earlier volumes and takes up the chronological and numerical arrangements of volumes I-III. . Entries, however, are fuller than before. The index has title entries for all items and is complemented by an index of places of publication (other than London) and a provenance index reflecting greater interest in these matters than prevailed over twenty years ago." Fine in dustwrapper with minor marks.

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Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995. Cloth, gilt cover title, 4to,. x, [2], 101, [3] pp. The Goldsmiths' Library at the University of London contains the major collection of historical economic literature in the English-speaking world. It includes periodicals, pamphlets, manuscripts and autograph letters - as well as printed books - from the fifteenth century to the present day. The Catalogue, now in five volumes, constitutes an essential bibliographical tool and is the key reference for early economic literature. It includes all works of economic literature in the University Library, covering the period from 1470 to 1850. The entries in volumes I, II and V are arranged chronologically under the year of publication, and from 1601 onwards this year-by-year arrangement is supplemented by 14 subject divisions: general, agriculture, corn laws, population, trades and manufactures, commerce, colonies, finance, transport, social conditions, slavery politics, socialism, miscellaneous. This combined chronological and subject arrangement, together with the exhaustive index in Volume IV makes the Catalogue a primary reference source for historians and economists concerned with the economic history of Great Britain, Europe, North America and Britain's colonial empire. ...Volume V [the first supplement to the Catalogue since 1982], which has its own index and covers additions since the publication of Volume III, follows the University Library's collaboration with Harvard's Kress Library which produced an integrated microfilm of the catalogues of both collections, and the acquisitions made have been restricted essentially to unique new holdings for the Goldsmiths' Library. "The arrangement of the supplement follows that of the earlier volumes and takes up the chronological and numerical arrangements of volumes I-III. . Entries, however, are fuller than before. The index has title entries for all items and is complemented by an index of places of publication (other than London) and a provenance index reflecting greater interest in these matters than prevailed over twenty years ago. Fine in dustwrapper with minor marks., Athlone Press for the University of London Library, London, first edition, 1995, 1995

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The long-awaited first supplement to the Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' library contains an additions to the collection made since the publication of Volume III. It maintains the high standards of bibliographical scholarship of the former volumes and presents entries by date and subject; it includes its own index. A significant number of important additions has been made. These reflect the range of the literature of economics in Europe in the 17th century to 19th centuries. Volume V will take place its place alongside its predecesors as a standrad bibliogrphical tool and an essential introduction to the world's major resource in the field of Economic Literature.

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