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THE BRITISH IMPERIAL CALENDAR ...
The British Imperial Calendar, for 1810 (1811, 1817): or, general register of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and its colonies; containing lists of both Houses of Parliament, all the official departments of the state, and branches of public service; the church; the law; national, scientific, or commercial companies and institutions; with many additional articles of public utility. Compiled by B.P. Capper.
London: printed for Winchester and Son; Scatcherd and Letterman; Champanie and Whitrow; Peacocke and Sons; G. Kearsley; Lackington and Co., J. Booker; J. Booth; S. Bagster; E. Lloyd; Sherwood and Co.; J. Black, F. Jullion; S. Barry; C. Chapple; and other proprietors.
3 vols ; (12º)
1810: xii, 364 p. ; 16.9 cm.
1811: xii, 372 p. ; 17.1 cm.
1817: x, 348 p. ; 17.3 cm.

The editions for 1810, 1811 and 1817 only. Imprint of later editions varies. The edition for 1817 is compiled by R. Capper, and has additional information in the subtitle. The British Imperial Calendar began publication in 1809, and continued after 1866 as The British Imperial Calendar and civil service list. Title-pages printed in red and black. At the foot of the imprint are prices '4s. 6d. bound in red, or 6s. 6d. with the Almanac', i.e. Rider's British Merlin (q.v.); the 1817 edition has the price reading '... with the General Index, and Companion'.

Copy Notes Bound as issued with the copies for the respective years of Rider's British Merlin (q.v.), which is bound to follow the preliminaries of the Calendar. The edition for 1810 is additionally bound with J. Stockdale's New companion to the London and Royal Calendars for 1810 (q.v.). The volumes for 1810 and 1817 are inscribed in ink on front free-endpaper John Soane.

Binding Original C19th red sheep, gilt-ruled and dated spines.

Reference Number 320


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