Youth and Revolution in the 1790s: Letters of William Pattisson, Thomas Amyot and Henry Crabb Robinson
The 1790s were an extraordinary decade, with revolution in France and hopes of democratic reform in England. Pattisson, Amyot and Robinson wrote candidly to each other from their homes in Witham, Norwich and London and their correspondence throws new light on the excitements and tensions of English radicalism in this period.
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Rusticus William Pattisson On Waste Lands
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