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PRINTERS' PENSION SOCIETY
Printers' Pension Society, for the relief of aged, infirm, and distressed workmen and their widows, in the several branches of the printing trade, established December 3d, 1827. A report delivered at a general meeting of the subscribers, holden at the London Tavern, on Monday, the 26th of January, 1829; together with its rules and regulations, and a list of subscribers to the present time.
London: printed for the Society, by Wm. Molineux, 1829.
64 p. ; 20.6 cm. (8º)

Dated April 1829 at foot of title-page. The printed wrapper gives the price as 3d.

Copy Notes With a letter inserted at the end dated 20 April 1830 from the secretary of the society, Edward Lewis, requesting Soane to allow his name as a steward on the occasion of a dinner of the friends of the Printers' Pension Society on 19 May. Soane's name is not among the subscribers listed.

Binding Original printed yellow paper wrappers.

Reference Number 3090


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