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The Resource A political catechism : dedicated, without permission, to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, and governor, of the warlike city and kingdom of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool : Lord Castlereagh, and co., by an Englishman

A political catechism : dedicated, without permission, to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, and governor, of the warlike city and kingdom of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool : Lord Castlereagh, and co., by an Englishman

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A political catechism : dedicated, without permission, to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, and governor, of the warlike city and kingdom of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool : Lord Castlereagh, and co.
Title
A political catechism
Title remainder
dedicated, without permission, to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, and governor, of the warlike city and kingdom of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool : Lord Castlereagh, and co.
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by an Englishman
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Language
eng
Citation location within source
III, 1285
Citation source
NCBEL
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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A political catechism : dedicated, without permission, to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, and governor, of the warlike city and kingdom of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool : Lord Castlereagh, and co., by an Englishman
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  • T.p. within double line border
  • Attributed to William Hone
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
8 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
With: The early life and conversion of William Hone. London : T. Ward, 1841. The three honest juries. London : J. Fairburn, 1818? The late John Wilkes's catechism. London : W. Hone, 1817. The political litany. London : W. Hone, 1817. The sinecurist's creed. London : W. Hone, 1817. The bullet Te Deum. London : W. Hone, 1817. The three trials of William Hone. London : W. Hone, 1818. Trial by jury and liberty of the press. London : W. Hone, 1818. The spirit of despotism. London : W. Hone, 1821. Ancient mysteries described. London : W. Hone, 1823.
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  • (LGTO)(RLIN)UTBG97-B198
  • (NRN)DDK4926
  • (OCoLC)ocn136905930
Label
A political catechism : dedicated, without permission, to his most serene highness Omar, Bashaw, Dey, and governor, of the warlike city and kingdom of Algiers : the Earl of Liverpool : Lord Castlereagh, and co., by an Englishman
Publication
Note
  • T.p. within double line border
  • Attributed to William Hone
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
8 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
With: The early life and conversion of William Hone. London : T. Ward, 1841. The three honest juries. London : J. Fairburn, 1818? The late John Wilkes's catechism. London : W. Hone, 1817. The political litany. London : W. Hone, 1817. The sinecurist's creed. London : W. Hone, 1817. The bullet Te Deum. London : W. Hone, 1817. The three trials of William Hone. London : W. Hone, 1818. Trial by jury and liberty of the press. London : W. Hone, 1818. The spirit of despotism. London : W. Hone, 1821. Ancient mysteries described. London : W. Hone, 1823.
System control number
  • (LGTO)(RLIN)UTBG97-B198
  • (NRN)DDK4926
  • (OCoLC)ocn136905930

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