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Title The soldier's friend : [and other publications].
Spine Title Soldier's friends
Publication Info Hull ; London ; York : [various publishers], 1796-1841.


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Descript 1 v.
Note Collection of pamphlets and other publications bound together, with spine title: The soldier's friends.
Contents Includes: The soldier's friend, or, Memorials of Brunswick : a poem / Thomas Eastoe Abbott. Hull : I. Wilson, 1828. -- The preliminary report on the Bridlington and York railway / by George Rennie. York : Printed by Deighton and Moxon, 1834.
The elector's guide : addressed to the freeholders of the county of York / conducted by a committee of Yorkshire-men. York : G. Bolland 1826. Contents: No. 1. The Catholic question. No. 2. The general state of the country banks and paper money; death of Alexander, Emperor of Russia; state of parties in the kingdom; a letter to Fountayne Wilson, Esq.; Duncombe and the tread-mill; poetry, and miscellanies. No. 3. A letter to the Duke of York; Auri sacra fames, or sturdy beggars; a county job; church Methodism; a Protestant confessor; His Majesty's speech to Parliament; miscellanies, and poetry. No. 4. A letter to Daniel Sykes, Esq. on West Indian slavery ; Catholic and Protestant ; The last man ; Confidence in banks ; Hints to electors ; The proceedings in Parliament, &c. &c. &c. No. 5. An address to the suffering people of England; slavery; a letter to Sir John Bayley, Knt. banks; the Protestant Champion: poetry, &c. &c. No.6. A charge of His Grace the Archbishop of York to the clergy of the diocese ; A secret; A good action. No. 7. Observations upon county representation; a full account of the county meeting &c. &c. [NB: Some sections have been bound out of the correct order.]
A letter to the freeholders of the County of York / by an English Catholic [i.e. E.R. Petre]. Leeds : Printed by Edward Baines, 1825. -- Considerations on the increase of the poor-rates, and on the state of the workhouse in Kingston-upon-Hull / Tho. Thompson. Hull : Ferraby, 1799. A speech of the Rev. Robert J. M'Ghee (incumbent of Harold's Cross Church, Dublin) delivered at the Festival Concert Room, York, April 23, 1840, at the formation of the York Protestant Association. York : Printed, for the association, by H. Bellerby, [1840] -- The case of Seaton, a village in the parish of Sigglethorne, in Holderness / M. Constable . Hull : J. Ferraby, printer, [1796] -- Slavery in India : paper presented to the general anti-slavery convention / by William Adam. London : Thomas Ward, 1840. -- Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Brougham on the liabilities of British subjects, to the penalties of the law, for holding and trafficking in slaves, in foreign countries : and on slavery in British India, delivered in the House of Lords, 5th October, 1841. London : Thomas Ward, 1841.
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Subject Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, 1763-1827.
Railroads -- England -- East Riding of Yorkshire.
Catholic emancipation -- Great Britain.
Elections -- England -- Yorkshire.
Catholic Church.
York Protestant Association (York, England)
Anti-Catholicism -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Poor -- Great Britain.
Almshouses -- England -- Hull.
Tithes -- England -- Seaton (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Inclosures -- England -- Seaton (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Slavery -- India.
Slave trade.
Slave trade -- Government policy -- Great Britain.
East Yorkshire collection.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Alt author Abbott, Thomas Eastoe.
Rennie, George, 1791-1866.
Committee on the Line of Railway Proposed to be Made Between Bridlington Quay and York.
Petre, Edward Robert.
Thompson, Thomas, 1754-1828.
M'Ghee, Robert J. (Robert James), 1789-1872.
Constable, Marmaduke, approximately 1774-1824.
Adam, William, active 1821-1861.
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.
Spine Title Soldier's friends
Descript 1 v.
Note Collection of pamphlets and other publications bound together, with spine title: The soldier's friends.
Contents Includes: The soldier's friend, or, Memorials of Brunswick : a poem / Thomas Eastoe Abbott. Hull : I. Wilson, 1828. -- The preliminary report on the Bridlington and York railway / by George Rennie. York : Printed by Deighton and Moxon, 1834.
The elector's guide : addressed to the freeholders of the county of York / conducted by a committee of Yorkshire-men. York : G. Bolland 1826. Contents: No. 1. The Catholic question. No. 2. The general state of the country banks and paper money; death of Alexander, Emperor of Russia; state of parties in the kingdom; a letter to Fountayne Wilson, Esq.; Duncombe and the tread-mill; poetry, and miscellanies. No. 3. A letter to the Duke of York; Auri sacra fames, or sturdy beggars; a county job; church Methodism; a Protestant confessor; His Majesty's speech to Parliament; miscellanies, and poetry. No. 4. A letter to Daniel Sykes, Esq. on West Indian slavery ; Catholic and Protestant ; The last man ; Confidence in banks ; Hints to electors ; The proceedings in Parliament, &c. &c. &c. No. 5. An address to the suffering people of England; slavery; a letter to Sir John Bayley, Knt. banks; the Protestant Champion: poetry, &c. &c. No.6. A charge of His Grace the Archbishop of York to the clergy of the diocese ; A secret; A good action. No. 7. Observations upon county representation; a full account of the county meeting &c. &c. [NB: Some sections have been bound out of the correct order.]
A letter to the freeholders of the County of York / by an English Catholic [i.e. E.R. Petre]. Leeds : Printed by Edward Baines, 1825. -- Considerations on the increase of the poor-rates, and on the state of the workhouse in Kingston-upon-Hull / Tho. Thompson. Hull : Ferraby, 1799. A speech of the Rev. Robert J. M'Ghee (incumbent of Harold's Cross Church, Dublin) delivered at the Festival Concert Room, York, April 23, 1840, at the formation of the York Protestant Association. York : Printed, for the association, by H. Bellerby, [1840] -- The case of Seaton, a village in the parish of Sigglethorne, in Holderness / M. Constable . Hull : J. Ferraby, printer, [1796] -- Slavery in India : paper presented to the general anti-slavery convention / by William Adam. London : Thomas Ward, 1840. -- Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Brougham on the liabilities of British subjects, to the penalties of the law, for holding and trafficking in slaves, in foreign countries : and on slavery in British India, delivered in the House of Lords, 5th October, 1841. London : Thomas Ward, 1841.
Subject Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, 1763-1827.
Railroads -- England -- East Riding of Yorkshire.
Catholic emancipation -- Great Britain.
Elections -- England -- Yorkshire.
Catholic Church.
York Protestant Association (York, England)
Anti-Catholicism -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Poor -- Great Britain.
Almshouses -- England -- Hull.
Tithes -- England -- Seaton (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Inclosures -- England -- Seaton (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Slavery -- India.
Slave trade.
Slave trade -- Government policy -- Great Britain.
East Yorkshire collection.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Alt author Abbott, Thomas Eastoe.
Rennie, George, 1791-1866.
Committee on the Line of Railway Proposed to be Made Between Bridlington Quay and York.
Petre, Edward Robert.
Thompson, Thomas, 1754-1828.
M'Ghee, Robert J. (Robert James), 1789-1872.
Constable, Marmaduke, approximately 1774-1824.
Adam, William, active 1821-1861.
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.
Spine Title Soldier's friends
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Local History h  PR 4000 A2 S6  8 WEEK LOAN  ASK at the Reading Room

Subject Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, 1763-1827.
Railroads -- England -- East Riding of Yorkshire.
Catholic emancipation -- Great Britain.
Elections -- England -- Yorkshire.
Catholic Church.
York Protestant Association (York, England)
Anti-Catholicism -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Poor -- Great Britain.
Almshouses -- England -- Hull.
Tithes -- England -- Seaton (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Inclosures -- England -- Seaton (East Riding of Yorkshire)
Slavery -- India.
Slave trade.
Slave trade -- Government policy -- Great Britain.
East Yorkshire collection.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Descript 1 v.
Note Collection of pamphlets and other publications bound together, with spine title: The soldier's friends.
Contents Includes: The soldier's friend, or, Memorials of Brunswick : a poem / Thomas Eastoe Abbott. Hull : I. Wilson, 1828. -- The preliminary report on the Bridlington and York railway / by George Rennie. York : Printed by Deighton and Moxon, 1834.
The elector's guide : addressed to the freeholders of the county of York / conducted by a committee of Yorkshire-men. York : G. Bolland 1826. Contents: No. 1. The Catholic question. No. 2. The general state of the country banks and paper money; death of Alexander, Emperor of Russia; state of parties in the kingdom; a letter to Fountayne Wilson, Esq.; Duncombe and the tread-mill; poetry, and miscellanies. No. 3. A letter to the Duke of York; Auri sacra fames, or sturdy beggars; a county job; church Methodism; a Protestant confessor; His Majesty's speech to Parliament; miscellanies, and poetry. No. 4. A letter to Daniel Sykes, Esq. on West Indian slavery ; Catholic and Protestant ; The last man ; Confidence in banks ; Hints to electors ; The proceedings in Parliament, &c. &c. &c. No. 5. An address to the suffering people of England; slavery; a letter to Sir John Bayley, Knt. banks; the Protestant Champion: poetry, &c. &c. No.6. A charge of His Grace the Archbishop of York to the clergy of the diocese ; A secret; A good action. No. 7. Observations upon county representation; a full account of the county meeting &c. &c. [NB: Some sections have been bound out of the correct order.]
A letter to the freeholders of the County of York / by an English Catholic [i.e. E.R. Petre]. Leeds : Printed by Edward Baines, 1825. -- Considerations on the increase of the poor-rates, and on the state of the workhouse in Kingston-upon-Hull / Tho. Thompson. Hull : Ferraby, 1799. A speech of the Rev. Robert J. M'Ghee (incumbent of Harold's Cross Church, Dublin) delivered at the Festival Concert Room, York, April 23, 1840, at the formation of the York Protestant Association. York : Printed, for the association, by H. Bellerby, [1840] -- The case of Seaton, a village in the parish of Sigglethorne, in Holderness / M. Constable . Hull : J. Ferraby, printer, [1796] -- Slavery in India : paper presented to the general anti-slavery convention / by William Adam. London : Thomas Ward, 1840. -- Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Brougham on the liabilities of British subjects, to the penalties of the law, for holding and trafficking in slaves, in foreign countries : and on slavery in British India, delivered in the House of Lords, 5th October, 1841. London : Thomas Ward, 1841.
Alt author Abbott, Thomas Eastoe.
Rennie, George, 1791-1866.
Committee on the Line of Railway Proposed to be Made Between Bridlington Quay and York.
Petre, Edward Robert.
Thompson, Thomas, 1754-1828.
M'Ghee, Robert J. (Robert James), 1789-1872.
Constable, Marmaduke, approximately 1774-1824.
Adam, William, active 1821-1861.
Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.

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