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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0001 0888 3395
Name: 
F. P, Francis Place
Francis Place (English social reformer)
Francis Place (radikaler englischer Sozialreformer und Chartist)
P, F.
P, Francis Place
Place, F.
Place, Francis
Smith, Gamaliel
フランシス・プレイス
Dates: 
1771-1854
Creation class: 
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Related names: 
Himes, Norman Edwin
Jaffe, James Alan (1954-)
Kilmarnock Working Men's Association
Lovett, William (1800-1877))
Metropolitan Anti-Corn Law Association
Orme, Cosomo (17..-18..))
Rees, Owen (1770-1837))
Rowe, David John
Royal Historical Society (Great Britain)
Thale, Mary
Titles: 
Address of the Metropolitan Anti-Corn Law Association, to the public
affairs of others, The : the diaries of Francis Place, 1825-1836
autobiography of Francis Place (1771-1854), The
brief examination of the dramatic patents, A
essay on the state of the country in respect to the condition and conduct of the husbandry labourers, and to the consequences likely to result therefrom., An
Illustrations and proofs of the principle of population including an examination of the proposed remedies of Mr. Malthus, and a reply to the objections of Mr. Godwin and others
Improvement of the working people drunkenness - education
letter to a minister of state, respecting taxes on knowledge., A
London radicalism, 1830-1843: a selection from the papers of Francis Place;
mystery of the sinking fund explained, The
New ideas on population being the first work on population in the English language recommending birth control with remarks on the theories of Malthus and Godwin
Not Paul, but Jesus, 1823:
Observations on a pamphlet relating to the corn laws under the title of "A remedy for the distresses of the nation, &c. by the Rev. Thomas Farr..
Observations on Mr. Huskisson's speech on the laws relating to combinations of workmen, 1825:
peers and the people, municipal reform, corn laws, taxes on knowledge, The
people's charter and national petition, The
Political Unions not contrary to law. The King's proclamation examined in an address by the National Political Union
stamp duty on newspapers, The
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