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London Corresponding Society handbill, 1793
(Catalogue ref: TS 24/3/34)

REFORM IN PARLIAMENT.

LONDON CORRESPONDING Society,
April 11, 1793.

A
PETITION

TO BE PRESENTED TO THE HONORABLE

The HOUSE of COMMONS,

PRAYING for a Radical Reform in the
Representation of the PEOPLE; now
lies for the Reception of Signatures at
the following Places. viz

Mr. RIDGEWAY’s Bookseller, York-street,
St James’-square.

Mr. HARDY, No. 9, Piccadilly near the Hay-
market.

Mr LAMBATH’s, No. 3, St. George’s Mall,
near the Dog-and-Duck.

Mr EATON’s, Bookseller, No. 81, Bishopsgate-
Without.

Mr. SPENCE’S, Bookseller, No. 8, Little-
Turnstile, Holborn.

The Office of the Morning Post, Blake Court,
Catharine-Street, Strand.

And the Office of the Courier, No. 38, Charing-Cross.

  • Near 3000 have already signed.

No Expence attends Signing.

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