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HANSON, John (fl. 1796--1797)
A short statement of facts, humbly submitted to the most noble the Marquis of Salisbury, and the right honorable Lord Romney; and other noblemen and gentlemen, concerning the iron fence railing parting their respective grounds, in the Green Park. By John Hanson, smith, and furnishing ironmonger, Bruton-Street, near Bond-Street.
London, 1797.
16 p. ; 22.5 cm. (8°)

Published in support of the evidence of overcharging by a rival smith following an arbitration in which it 'appeared to me impossible to convince Mr. [James?] Wyatt of the impropriety of Mr. Mackell's charges, nothwithstanding the strong, positive, and, to my mind, unanswerable evidence that had been brought forward.' (p. 16). ESTC t177582.

Copy Notes Contemporary C18th marbled-paper wrappers bound in.

Binding Bound in a numbered series of late 19th century half calf pamphlet volumes. (Archive, Trustees' Minutes 18 June 1866). With binder's stamp 'Bound By Mansell' on front pastedown.

Reference Number 2426


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