http://openlibrary.org/books/OL18359523M.opdsThe natural and constitutional right of Britons to annual parliaments, universal suffrage, and the freedom of popular association being a vindication of the motives and political conduct of John Thelwall, and of the London Corresponding Society, in general : intended to have been delivered at the bar of the Old Bailey, in confutation of the late charges of high treason.2009-12-15T05:34:51ZThelwall, Johnhttp://openlibrary.org/authors/OL581779A/Thelwall_JohnPrinted for the author and sold by Symonds ...; Ridgeway ...; Eaton ... and by R. Phillips, LeicesterLondon1795iv, 96 p. ;"Address to the court after the verdict; with the reply of the lord chief baron, from the short-hand notes of Mr. Ramsey": p. 93-96.
Includes bibliographical references.
Victoria University Library copy has "S.T.C. [i.e. S.T. Coleridge] on t.p.
Victoria University Library copy has binder's title: Thelwall's tracts.
Victoria University Library copy bound with: Thelwall, John. The speeches of John Thelwall, at the general meetings of the London Corresponding Society. London : J. Thelwall, 1795 ; Thelwall, John. Political lectures. London : Printed for the author, 1795 ; Thelwall, John. John Gilpin's ghost. London : T. Smith, 1795 ; Thelwall, John. Prospectus of a course of lectures. London, 1796.enghttp://openlibrary.org/books/OL18359523M