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COMMITTEE OF JOURNEYMEN CARPENTERS & JOINERS OF LONDON
The remonstrance of the journeymen carpenters to the master carpenters, against reducing the wages.
[London]: Batchelar, printer, Long Alley, Crown Street, Finsbury, [1822].
2 p. ; 24.3 cm. (4°)

Signed and dated 'by order of the Committee of Journeymen, William Carson, Sec. Three Compasses, High Holborn, May 24, 1822.' The journeymen's appeal is against 'a Reduction in our Wages at the present time.' A similar, but differently worded protest of the same date, The appeal ..., [1822] (q.v.) was addressed to 'The Architects and Surveyors of the Metropolis.'

Copy Notes Formerly folded. Inscribed in red ink beneath the words 'Journeymen Carpenters' a set of radical vagabond rascals and annotated on p. 2 by the same hand.

Binding C19th maroon goatskin, blind-ruled borders and spine, marbled-paper boards. Numbered '111' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4330


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