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The three trials of William Hone

William Hone

The three trials of William Hone

for publishing three parodies : viz., The late John Wilkes"s catechism, The political litany, and The sinecurist"s creed, at Guildhall, London ... December 18th, 1817 ...

by William Hone

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Published by W. Tegg & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jury,
  • Freedom of the press

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTrial by jury and liberty of the press.
    Statementwith introduction and notes by William Tegg
    SeriesHistorical trials relevant to today"s issues -- no.97.
    ContributionsTegg, William, 1816-1895, Great Britain. Court of King"s Bench, London (England). Citizens
    The Physical Object
    Pagination243 p.
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26984632M
    OCLC/WorldCa228777332

    William Hone was such a man. A printer by trade, he had started more than one journal, the last of which, the Reformist's Register, failed in On February 14, , he published the chief of the three parodies which are the subject of these trials. In December the satirist and bookseller William Hone was subjected to three trials on three successive days. He was charged with seditious libel and blasphemy – Hone had dared to attack the.

    William Hone's Note Book, dates ca. and includes: Hone's copy of "Decision of Character" by John Foster, his antiquarian research notes on manuscripts and books at Manchester College Library and visits to churches, as well as accounts, herbal recipes, almanac information and a portrait sketch. The William Hone Biotext. William Hone () arguably did more than any other writer, printer, or publisher to shape British popular print culture in the early decades of the nineteenth century.

    Jul 13,  · Buy online, view images and see past prices for Hone (William) - The Three Trials of William Hone,. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. William Hone, English radical journalist, bookseller, publisher, and satirist, notable for his attacks on political and social abuses. He is remembered primarily for his struggle for the freedom of the English press. Hone taught himself to read from the Bible and became a solicitor’s clerk. A.


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