3 edition of Account of a debate in Coachmaker"s Hall found in the catalog.
Account of a debate in Coachmaker"s Hall
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 560, no. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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The advertisement for a London debate on the duty of ‘ABSTINENCE from Sugar, Rum, etc.’, observed that ‘since it had been resolved upon by women as well as men’, the debate would be ‘an appeal to the justice and humanity of both sexes’ at Coachmakers Hall. (Diary, 5 January and reports of 12 and 18 January ). The question was Author: Seymour Drescher. MACAULAY, Thomas Babington (), of 8 South Square, Gray’s Inn, Mdx. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. D.R. Fisher, Available from Cambridge University Press.
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Ideas of disinterested rational debate were thrown into the mix with coruscating satire, rousing songs, and republican toasts. Print personality became a vital interface between readers and print exploited by the cast of radicals returned to history in vivid detail by Print, Publicity, and Popular Radicalism in the by: 2.
Many shared their facilities with other attractions: the Coachmakers' Hall, for example, was the site of a dancing academy when not occupied by its debating society, the Lyceum on the Strand featured animal exhibits as well as debate, and the Oratorical Hall met in the former Cox's Museum.
Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. 13 Debated at the Coachmakers' Hall Society for Free Debate on 14 Oct.
(Argus, same date, p. Hereafter, this society will be noted as CH. Unless otherwise noted, newspapers advertised the topic on the day of the debate, on p.
Coachmakers' Hall Account of a debate in Coachmakers Hall book Foster Lane, Cheapside, as far back as February. It dreamt of reviving the Protestant Association of to which the King, parliament, the bishops and the clergy had subscribed, but these elements had passed the relief act. The body.
Sharp’s additions to the pamphlet were heeded by the London public. The slippery doctrine of ‘necessity’, which we have recently seen applied to select Muslim immigrants to the USA under Trump, received a good airing in the debate at Coachmakers’ Hall at the end of thea debate which over : Nicholas Rogers.
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