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Tributes of the public press, to the memory of the late Mr. Whitbread. : Being the memorials and characters of that eminent man, which have appeared in the different journals since his lamented death ...

Title
Tributes of the public press, to the memory of the late Mr. Whitbread. : Being the memorials and characters of that eminent man, which have appeared in the different journals since his lamented death ...
Publication
London : Printed for William Hone, 55, Fleet Street, 1815.

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TextPermit needed Pforz (Whitbread) (Hone, W. Tributes of the public press)Schwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

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Additional Authors
  • Hone, William, 1780-1842.
  • Swan, James, active 1799-1829.
Description
32 p.; 22 cm.
Subject
Note
  • "Viz. the Anti-Gallican. British Press. Champion. Constitution. Courier. Day. Examiner. M. Advertiser. M. Chronicle. M. Herald. M. Post. Observer. Pilot. Star. Statesman. Times, &c."
  • "Price one shilling."
  • Printer's imprint: "Printed by James Swan, 76, Fleet-Street, London."
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Source (note)
  • Pforz Acc 02-0321 : AR Heath : 8 Sep 2001 : £KX
Call Number
Pforz (Whitbread) (Hone, W. Tributes of the public press)
OCLC
36292913
Title
Tributes of the public press, to the memory of the late Mr. Whitbread. : Being the memorials and characters of that eminent man, which have appeared in the different journals since his lamented death ...
Imprint
London : Printed for William Hone, 55, Fleet Street, 1815.
Access
Restricted access; Pforzheimer Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Local Note
Pforzheimer copy: "John Cooke" (in ink on title page). With a folded manuscript leaf sewn in [w/m = 1813] adding further articles copied from the Sun; in ink, perhaps in the hand of Cooke. -- Disbound; in white envelope.
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Added Author
Hone, William, 1780-1842. Publisher
Swan, James, active 1799-1829. Printer
Cooke, John. Former owner
Research Call Number
Pforz (Whitbread) (Hone, W. Tributes of the public press)
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