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MASTER CHIMNEY SWEEPERS
Remarks on a Bill now before Parliament for abolishing the use of climbing boys in the sweeping of chimneys. To which is added, an outline of a plan for regulating the business of chimney sweepers, and improving the condition of their apprentices and of climbing boys in general. By the Master Chimney Sweepers, householders of the cities of London and Westminster. ...
[London]: printed by J. Barfield, 91, Wardour-Street, Soho, printer to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent; and may be had, price two shillings, of Mr. Richardson, Cornhill, and of all other booksellers, [1818].
13, [1] p. ; 28.1 cm. (4°)

Docket title as above. Signed and dated at end: 'The Master Chimney Sweepers, ... March 18, 1818.' 'The object of this Address is, to point out the injurious tendency of the Bill now before Parliament ... ' (p. 2).

Copy Notes Lacking an initial blank leaf? Formerly folded, with partial postmark on docket dated 6 March. Bound (19) in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Later C19th half green binder's cloth, marbled-paper boards.

Reference Number 2743


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