Whig Club, Instituted in May 1784, by John Bellamy. to Be Composed of Gentlemen Who Solemnly Pledge Themselves to Support the Constitution of This Cou

Whig Club, Instituted in May 1784, by John Bellamy. to Be Composed of Gentlemen Who Solemnly Pledge Themselves to Support the Constitution of This Cou cover

Whig Club, Instituted in May 1784, by John Bellamy. to Be Composed of Gentlemen Who Solemnly Pledge Themselves to Support the Constitution of This Cou

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Harvard University Houghton Library

N025676

Includes the rules of the Club and a roster of members.

London: printed by J. S. Barr, 1792. x,40p.; 8.

ISBN: 9781170013991

ISBN-10: 9781170013991

Publisher: Gale Ecco, Print Editions

Publication Date: 06/10/2010 - 12:00am

On Sale: 06/10/2010 - 12:00am

Pages: 58

Language: English

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