United Kingdom: Various, 1857. Ephemera. Leather. Very Good. Item #26793
United Kingdom: various dates and publishers, as below. Group of speeches and political pamphlets, bound in one volume; as they appear and including: Rules and Regulations of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. Dublin: Printed by Alexander Thom. 1863. 31 pages; first and last leaves a little spotty, trimmed close at bottom edges. Previous owner note at top edge in pencil, "by John Stuart Mill Sir Robert Lowe and others." Rules and Regulations of the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland. Dublin: Printed by Alexander Thom. 1866. 29 pages; also trimmed close at bottom edge. Speech of the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the Bill for the Extension of the Suffrage in Towns. May 11, 1864. Second Edition. John Murray 1864. With a couple of previous owner blue-pencil notes: "If the speech does not mean "manhood suffrage," what does it mean?" and later in the Speech, "like Sibthorp he has no confidence in either party." And (marking a section) "A hint for agitators to follow and a threat to intimidate his opponents" and a couple of other comments; this closely read & commented-upon. Couple of spots, very good. Borough Franchise Extension Bill. The Speech of the Rt. Hon. Robert Lowe, M.P., Upon the Second Reading of Mr. Baines' Bill for the Extension of the Borough Franchise, Delivered in the House of Commons on Wednesday, May 3rd, 1865. London: Bickers and Son. 16 pages. Previous owner initial at top of title page edge. 1831-32 A Sketch. Reprinted from "Fraser's Magazine" of February 1862. By Lord Campbell. London: William Ridgway 1866. Previous owner name of Joseph Radcliff at top of title page edge. 49 pages. Parliamentary Reform, Considered as a Question of Principle and not of Party. Dedicated by Permission to the Right Hon. Earl Grey, by Edward J. Gibbs, M.A. London: William Ridgway (&) William Parke. Not dated. 51 pages. Speech of the Right Hon. E. Horsman, M.P. on the Second Reading of Mr. Baines' Borough Franchise Extension Bill, in The House of Commons, May 8th, 1865. Westminster: Vacher and Sons 1865. 29 pages. Plea of the Unrepresented Commons for Restitution of Franchise. An Historic Enquiry. By Thomas Chisholm Anstey, Esq. of the Honorable Society of the Middle Temple. London: William Ridgeway 1866. 143 pages. Speech of the Right Hon. Robert Lowe, M.P., on the Irish Tenant-Right Bill; and A Letter of Lord Oranmore's to 'The Times.' Reprinted at the Expense of an Irishman. London: Trubner and Co., 1866. 22 pages. Name of Joseph Radcliff at top of title page edge. The Growth of our Law of Personal Property. An Introductory Lecture. Delivered to the Law Students at King's Inn. By William O'Connor Morris, Esq. Barrister-at-Law, Professor of the Law of Personal Property, Pleadings and Evidence to the Hon. Society of the King's Inns, Dublin. Dublin: Hodges, Smith & Co. 1863. 24 pages. The History and Uses of The Law of Entail and Settlement. Buy Charles Neate, Barrister-at Law, (Fellow of Oriel College, and Member of Parliament for the City of Oxford). London: William Ridgway 1865. 44 pages. Considerations on the Punishment of Death. By Charles Neate, Esq. Barrister-at Law, Fellow of Oriel College, and Member of Parliament for the City of Oxford. London: James Ridgway 1857. 83 pages. Speech of John Stuart Mill, Esq., M.P., Etc. Speech only; no additional title page; 8 pages. Colophon notes as Judd & Glass, Phoenix Printing Works, London, E.C. Representation of the People Bill. Second Reading. Speech of the Right Hon. Robert Lowe, M.P. House of Commons, Thursday, April 26, 1866. London: Robert John Bush. 31 pages. Name of Joseph Radcliff at top of title page edge. Reform Bill, 1866. Epitome of the Debate on the Motion of the Rt. Hon. W.E. Gladstone, for Leave to Bring in a Bill To Extend the Franchise in England and Wales, 12th and 13th March, 1866. London: Harrison 1866. 74 pages. Speech of H. Hussey Vivian, Esq., M.P., F.G.S., on the Coal Question: Delivered in the House of Commons, Tuesday, June 12, 1866. London: William Ridgway 1866. 61 pages. Last few leaves spotty. Approx. 6" x 8 1/4" size; bound in marbled paper covered boards, polished calf corners and spine with simple dotted line and rules, red leather spine label, gilt titles, all edges marbled, endpapers to match. Some edge, tips wear and rubbing to the binding; in very good condition.