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COMMITTEE OF JOURNEYMEN CARPENTERS & JOINERS OF LONDON
The appeal of the journeymen carpenters & joiners of London and its vicinity, to the architects and surveyors of the metropolis.
[London]: Batchelar, printer, Long Alley, Crown Street, Finsbury, [1822].
2, [2] p. ; 25.0 cm. (4°)

Drop-head title. Signed and dated 'by order of the Committee of Journeymen, William Carson, Sec. Three Compasses, High Holborn, May 24, 1822.' The second leaf is blank. 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 remonstrance ..., [1822] (q.v.) was addressed directly to their masters.

Copy Notes Formerly folded and sealed as an envelope, p.[4] being inscribed in ink -- Soane Esqr / Lincolns inn Fields. Postmark dated '27 MY 1822'. Bound (18) in a collection of pamphlets including a copy of The remonstrance.

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

Reference Number 4329


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