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The extraordinary black book: an exposition of the United Church of England and Ireland; civil list and crown revenues; incomes, privileges and power, of the aristocracy; Privy Council, diplomatic, and consular establishments; law and judicial administration; representation and prospects of reform under the new ministry ... the whole corrected from the latest official returns, and presenting a complete view of the expenditure, patronage, influence and abuses of the government in church, state, law, and representations. By the original editor.

Author/Creator:
Wade, John, 1788-1875.
Publication:
London, E. Wilson, 1831.
Format/Description:
Book
xx, 576 p. front. 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Great Britain. Parliament -- Reform.
Political corruption.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1820-1830.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1830-1837.
Notes:
First published in 1820 under title: The black booke; or, Corruption unmasked.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
16pp. of publisher's advertisements precede t.p.
Penn Chronology:
1831
Cited in:
Printing and the Mind of Man #296
OCLC:
3164394