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GENERAL CEMETERY COMPANY
[Prospectus]
General Cemetery Company, for providing places of interment secure from violation, inoffensive to public health and decency, and ornamental to the metropolis. Capital £200,000. in shares of £25 each.
London:, A. & R. Spottiswoode,, [1830].
3, [1] p. ; 34.5 cm. (2°)

Drop-head title. Docket title 'Prospectus of the General Cemetery Company, ... 1830', with an announcement of a public meeting to be held at the Free Masons' Tavern, on Wednesday, June 9th, Lord Viscount Milton in the chair. The text, reporting the appointment of a provisional committee the previous February, is dated 'May 21. 1830'. An earlier prospectus was published in 1825 under the title of 'The General Burial-Grounds Association'.

Copy Notes Docket title addressed in ink to J. Soane Esq / 13 Lincolns Inn Fields and inscribed in ink In No. 135.

Binding Folded paper, C20th brown tape spine.

Reference Number 6266

Additional Names Freemasons' Tavern; Fitzwilliam, Charles William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, earl (1786--1857); Milton, Lord

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