|Like the Society of Loyal Britons in Southwark (see above), the
loyalists in Lambeth were determined to preserve the 'invaluable'
and 'glorious' constitution of Great Britain. Their fears about the
possibility of revolution spreading to Britain from France are reflected
in their resolution to prosecute anyone found 'circulating inflammatory
papers, pamphlets or conversations' likely to 'promote disorder or
otherwise endanger the peace of civil society'.
Catalogue reference: HO 42/27, no. 625