Association papers. Part I. Publications printed by special order of the Society for preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers, at the Crown and Anchor, in the Strand. Part II. A collection of tracts, printed at the expence of that society. To which are prefixed, a preface, and the proceedings of the Society. Addressed to all the loyal associations, London, Printed for J. Sewell, in Cornhill [and 5 others]. 24 parts, each with separate pagination and register. Blue paper spine and corners over pink paper boards, as issued. Expertly rebacked with the original spine and paper label re-laid and the endpapers preserved. Some old soiling and rubbing to the binding. The contents are clean, crisp and untrimmed. Founded in November 1792 this shortlived Association was very successful in its stated aims of disrupting radical meetings, particularly those of supporters of Thomas Paine. Ownership inscriptions of Henry Hobart, Dean of Windsor 1774 - 1846.
Author ASSOCIATION FOR PRESERVING LIBERTY AND PROPERTY AGAINST REPUBLICANS AND LEVELLERS