Appendix to the Black Book (1834)

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Following the success of the First Reform Act of 1832 John Wade published an appendix to the 1832 edition of his best selling work detailing corruption which still remained in the English government.

Appendix to the Black Book: An Exposition of the Principles and Practices of the Reform Ministry and Parliament: the Church and the Dissenters; Catastrophe of the House of Lords; and Prospects for Tory Misrule: with tables of ecclesiastical and election statistics and corrections of former editions of the Black Book. By the Original Editor. (London: Effingham Wilson, 1834).

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