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SYMMONS, John (1781--1842)
Reform without innovation: or, cursory thoughts on the only practicable reform of Parliament, consistent with the existing laws, and the spirit of the constitution.
London: printed by William Savage, 1810.
23, [1] p. ; 20.3 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. By John Symmons F.R.S., who also published under the pseudonym 'An Independent Gentleman', a pamphlet titled Remedies proposed ... for the relief of our present embarrassments, 1816 (q.v.).

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on the title-page From the Author. Bound (6) in a collection of seven political pamphlets.

Binding Later C19th half calf, blind double-ruled borders, brown morocco-grained binder's cloth boards, blind-ruled and gilt-dotted spine, black spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Pamphlets Political. 1806.--1822.'. Numbered '73' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5491


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