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HAMILTON, Joseph (fl. 1814--1836)
Some monuments of gratitude respectfully suggested to all those who have escaped the cholera.
[London]: [G. Neal, printer], 1836.
[2], 8 p. : engr. illus. ; 22.6 cm. (8°)

Imprint from colophon. Primarily referring to an epidemic in Ireland 'a few years since', but including a letter from Hamilton to the Duchess of Angouleme regarding the survival of Charles Louis, son of Louis XVI, and testimonials from George Whitford, Lord Mayor of Dublin, and others, including representatives of Dublin's Jewish congregation, over a period from 1814 to 1836. The text is signed Joseph Hamilton. He advertises the availability of his publications as from Annadale Cottage, [Philpsburgh Avenue] Dublin, or No. 32, Southampton Row, Russell Square'. 'Mr. Hamilton's Vow', dated 1832, is signed in Hebrew '[Yosef]'. Pages [1]--2 are misbound after 3--4.

Copy Notes Bound (2) in a collection of pamphlets.

Binding Later C19th half calf, blind double-rule borders, brown cloth boards, blind- and gilt-ruled spine, black spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Pamphlets / Carlisle'. Numbered '52' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4148


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