To THE MAYOR, JURATS, COMMON COUNCIL, and Resident Freemen, of the Town and Port of Sandwich. These Observations Are most respectfully Addressed, by The Author.
Sandwich: December 27, 1816. 15 pages. Bound with: PETTMAN, William. CONSIDERATIONS ON THE RIGHT OF ADMITTING the Non-resident Freemen of the Town of Sandwich, to have a vote on general questions relative to the welfare of the Corporation as a Collective Body, in reply to a few observations recently written by Mr Richard Emmerson, Jun. By William Pettman, late Mayor of the said town. Canterbury. Printed by Rouse, Kirkby, and Lawrence, and sold by them, and all other booksellers in Kent. 1817. Price One Shilling. 20 pages. Bound with: EMMERSON, Richard. REMARKS ON MR. PETTMAN’S PAMPHLET, intitled, “Considerations on the propriety of admitting the non-resident freemen to have a vote on matters relating to the corporation of Sandwich.” In reply to the Personal Charges on Inconsistencies which it contains. By Richard Emmerson, Jun. Canterbury. Printed by Cowtan and Colegate, Kentish Chronicle Office. May be had of Mr. Cocking, Bookseller, Sandwich. No date . 17 pages. Bound with: PETTMAN, William. A CANDID REVIEW of Mr. Emmerson’s Remarks, in reply to the personal charges of inconsistencies, contained in my pamphlet, intitled “Considerations,” &c. To which are added, a few brief reflections on the individual and general utility of self-knowledge. By William Pettman, of Sandwich. Canterbury. Rouse, Kirkby, and Lawrence, and sold by them, and all other booksellers in Kent. (Price Two Shillings.). 1817. 56 pages. The four, bound together in contemporary half sheep gilt, recently expertly re-backed. Octavo. 220 x 140 mm. The first work, which is probably the scarcest of the four, has been folded at some time and has a small crack in the title; bookplate; else a very good set of these pamphlets. Very scarce.